Tuesday, August 18, 2015

ILTA Conference: Sessions of Note (Part 1)



The annual ILTA conference is nigh. (Alas, it's in the city of Las Vegas, which some, your editor included, would rather leave than arrive at. Still, it's by far one of the best educational events offered to the legal industry, across a broad range of topics.) Here are several sessions of note for risk readers attending. Mark your calendars.

Better Business Results Through Better Business Intake
Thursday September 3 (2:30 - 4:30pm. Milano Ballroom VII & VIII. ILTA Event Code: #169 )
  • Streamlining client intake and improving general business process efficiency is critical to the practice of law. Today firms face new pressures to transform how they operate. This session will discuss the role technology can play in enabling quicker, more adaptable business acceptance and workflow execution.
  • The two-part session will feature two panels, moderated by Intapp Risk Practice Group head Pat Archbold, and featuring participation by risk consulting expert Meg Block, Chad Ergun at Gibson Dunn, Paul Davis at Baker Donelson, and several others. The first will explore industry business, risk and financial drivers, along with technology considerations. The second will feature law firms discussing their specific experiences with intake and conflicts software.
Building Information Governance Like “Ocean's Eleven”
Aug 31 (1pm – 2pm. Milano Ballroom V. #ILTACON #020)
  • In the 2001 movie “Ocean’s Eleven,” George Clooney assembles the perfect team to pull off a spectacular Vegas robbery. In managing IT governance, risk and compliance (GRC), your firm also needs to assemble the perfect team.
  • How do you find and manage the key players in GRC, and how do you properly divide the varied responsibilities that must be shouldered? Together we can figure out how to build a team that prepares us for the heist (GRC program) of a lifetime.
  • Featuring:
    • Nancy Beauchemin - InOutsource
    • Beth A. H. Faircloth - Seyfarth Shaw LLP
    • Tim Schank - Vedder Price P.C.
    • Stuart Senator - Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP

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