8/18/11

Attention Small- and Mid-Sized Law Firms

You've probably been seeing a whole lot of blog posts and tweets about the upcoming #ILTA11 Conference, and that's for good reason -- the conference is unsurpassed in its ability to combine actionable education with memorable relationship-building opportunities. In addition, one of the unique aspects of the event is its tailoring of certain sessions to different sizes of organizations, recognizing that the needs, resources, and challenges of a law firm with 1000 attorneys are not necessarily the same as those of a law firm with 50.
So here's a shout out to those of you at small- and mid-sized law firms -- ILTA11 has a host of sessions devoted just to you:
Sunday, 4:00 pm, Ryman Studio G
Begin your Conference experience by meeting other Small Firm attendees who are interested in talking about whatever Small Firm topics come to mind. Sodas provided. Conference Badge required.
Monday, 11:00 am, Governor's B
We'll examine the tactics that technology partners, firm administrators and IT directors at firms with fewer than 200 attorneys can use to be successful in improving both the value of IT investments and how IT is perceived by the firm.
This session is crowdsourcing! Tweet your questions for the panelists and your topic ideas by using the #ORG1 hashtag.
Tuesday, 9:15 am, Delta C
Ethical walls were once exclusively the concern of large firms, but no more. Smaller and mid-sized firms increasingly must implement ethical walls on a limited budget. We'll look at the tools available that work with a firm's ECM system, how to design a matter-centric structure to support ethical walls and the resources required to successfully implement these solutions.
Wednesday, 11:30 am, Governor's D
Calling all small firms! Come join your small firm peers in a very interactive discussion that will be driven in part by topics you suggest in the Small Firm Listserv prior to conference. Other discussion topics will include cloud computing, SAAS, disaster recovery planning, backups, remote computing, training and helpdesk –– ALL as they relate to small firms. (Part 1)
Thursday, 3:30 pm, Canal C
The conversation continues as you join your small firm peers in a very interactive discussion that will be driven in part by topics you suggest in the Small Firm Listserv prior to conference. Other discussion topics will include cloud computing, SAAS, disaster recovery planning, backups, remote computing, training and helpdesk –– ALL as they relate to small firms. (Part 2)

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