Conference co-chairs Kathy Lentini of Brown Rudnick, LLP and Rachelle Rennagel of Patterson, Belknap, Webb & Tyler LLP share their thoughts on ILTA 2012 with Shy Alter of ii3.
Also hear from conference team coordinators Skip Lohmeyer, Sean Luman, Rick Krzyminski and Tracy Elmblad.

There is nothing quite like the sheer power of an ILTA conference. It electrifies the spirit and supercharges the mind. With ILTA 2012, our admittedly funky theme has its roots in electronics, and it has enough of the ILTA brand to allow for creativity. It's different things to different people, and it's all about alternatives, collaboration and delivery of content. It's about connections and decisiveness; it's about colleagues, curriculum, co-creation, commitment and the power of the collective.
The theme informs the development of content and provides a focus for the volunteer committee as they go about the work of delivering the premier educational event in legal technology.
The content for ILTA 2012 is framed around four areas of discipline, each providing myriad areas of focus: Information Management; Organization Management; Applications/Desktop; and Technology Operations. We'll be providing all the details on the session lineup by the end of May.

Starting Sunday afternoon with our Communities of Interest, we provide multiple opportunities to network with peers.
We have a stellar lineup of keynoters who take the stage each morning. “The Medici Effect: Groundbreaking Innovation at the Intersection of Disciplines and Cultures in Law Firms and Law Departments” is a thought-provoking, energizing start to the week; “Beyond Brainstorming: Planning for the Unknown in an Uncertain World” starts our Tuesday morning; “Leading Change in a Fast-Paced, Technological and Multigenerational Workplace” is the fast-paced lead to Wednesday; "Lessons from the CCO (Chief Comedy Officer),"which is the perfect way to close our week.

Throughout the nearly 200 educational sessions, you will experience many learning styles and session formats and will have numerous takeaways to use when you get back to the office. Here are some of the session formats you will be able to participate in:
  • Custom-designed, interactive audience participation sessions
  • Lecture presentations by experts 
  • ILTA member case studies 
  • Panel discussions comprising multiple expert speakers 
  • Moderated interactive roundtables with questions from the audience 
  • Six Topics in 60 Minutes 
  • Advanced Curriculum Sessions
For a detailed list of educational sessions, download the Detailed Session Agenda or use our Session Search. You may also view an overview of the conference schedule in the Conference Session Grid.

Contact ILTA2012@iltanet.org if you have any questions.