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The Post #ILTA14 Guide to Stats, Facts, Quotes and Quips

What does big data mean to you

Those perusing the Twitter hashtag stream from the ILTA Conference (#ILTA14) would have seen an incredible volume of statistics circulated over the course of four days – the 2014 ILTA/InsideLegal Technology Purchasing Survey and other legal industry studies – notwithstanding. We’ve tried to keep track using the “favorites” feature on Twitter and have gone back to cull through the posts ... Read More »

9 Creative CRM Tips for Getting Lawyers to Share Data

9 Creative CRM Tips for Getting Lawyers to Share Data

Two employment attorneys from the same law firm were unknowingly pitching the same prospective client.  The client, in the interest of keeping legal fees low, use each attorney’s respective proposal as leverage to negotiation lower rates. Anecdotes like this, which was shared in a 2014 ILTA Conference session titled Making CRM Work in a Law Firm, are one way to ... Read More »

4 Stories of Stealth: Getting Law Firm Projects Done

4 Stories of Stealth Getting Law Firm Projects Done

The word “stealth” seems a far more fitting description for sleek fighter jets or shadowy ninjas than it does for law firms, but a handful of ITLA speakers proved otherwise earlier today. In 2014 ILTA Conference session titled “Stealth” Disruption from A-Z, five TED-style talks, moderated Monica Bay of Law Technology News, walked attendees through an eclectic array of law ... Read More »

Law Firm R&D: Stories of Innovation

Law Firm R&D Stories of Innovation

In 2013 nearly half-a-billion dollars was invested in legal startups and an analysis of the legal industry in the context of Porter’s Five Forces, shows there are competitive of pressures on the legal service industry from all sides. For many the question isn’t whether to innovate or not – it’s how to innovate?  Like the cereal aisle at the grocery ... Read More »

ILTA Keynote Summary: Disruptive Technologies and Abundance

Disruptive Technologies and Abundance

In a primitive society, 15% of the population died violently; today that number is just .03%, according to Peter Diamandis.  Mr. Diamandis, the keynote speaker that kicked off a packed 2014 ILTA Conference themed “Imagine,” is an author, entrepreneur and space enthusiast with a medical degree from Harvard. Violence today is just 1/500th of what it used to be he ... Read More »

Meta Data: 51+ Posts Summarizing the 2014 #ABATECHSHOW

51 Posts from the 2014 #ABATECHSHOW

We’ve had a couple days sift through the mass of social media posts, articles and blogs about the ABA TECHSHOW – word plethora comes to mind.  By way of Twitter comparison: ITLA Conference:  ~5,000  tweets LegalTech: ~2,200 tweets ABA TECHSHOW: ~1,500 tweets One difference in terms of coverage generated is that the ABA Journal did an amazing job covering the ... Read More »

29 Posts Summarizing LegalTech New York (and that do not focus on eDiscovery)

LegalTech

A quick analysis on Hashtracking shows there were approximately 2,200 tweets around three different Twitter hashtags at LegalTech this year. That’s about 3,000 fewer than the social media musings of attendees at ILTA’s 2013 conference in Las Vegas last summer. Tweeters at the ILTA conference primarily coalesce around single hashtag #ILTA13, while attendees at LegalTech were spread across four different ... Read More »

38 Posts Summarizing the ILTA Conference

One view inside Caesar’s Palace where the ILTA Conference was held.

One view inside Caesar’s Palace where the ILTA Conference was held. Last week was a whirlwind of goodness – stemming from ILTA’s 36th Annual Educational Conference held in Las Vegas.  There were several key note presentations to stir the mind, ample sessions packed with information and statistics daily, and networking ongoing throughout the conference. All in all, the conference earned ... Read More »