Next week  the International Legal Technology Association will hold its annual meeting at the Gaylord  Hotel in National Harbor, Maryland outside of Washington, DC. Steve Lastres, Director of KM at Debevoise &  Plimpton and I will be presenting:

A Whirlwind Tour of the Hits and Hyperbole in Legal Research, Workflow, and Other Products, featuring Steven Lastres, Director of KM at Debevoise & Plimpton, and Jean O’Grady, Sr. Director of Research & Knowledge Services at DLA Piper. Session description:

There are a multitude of practice support and collaboration products and apps available with new ones arriving on what can seem like a daily basis. Many of these products tout features and functionality designed to help lawyers and law firm staff work smarter and more efficiently. Filtering out the hype can seem like an insurmountable task. A panel of industry experts will rapid fire through the latest new practice area specific applications. Within two minutes you’ll learn something about one of a minimum of thirty newer and more popular products and leave with data that can be used to help make the decision about which will work for you and, perhaps more importantly, which won’t.

Date and Time: August 22nd, 1:30 -2:30

Also of Interest Deborah Panella . Director of Library and Knowledge Services, Cravath, Swaine & Moore  and  Sharon Lee, Knowledge Management Specialist, Wilson Sonsini have put together a terrific summary of  programs of interest to Library and Knowledge Management professionals at this   link. of interest to Library & KM professionals. In addition to those listed at the link, Katherine Lowery, Baker and Hostetler  will be speaking on the Future of Blockchains at 9am on Thursday, 8/23.