Peer to Peer Magazine

September 2011

The quarterly publication of the International Legal Technology Association

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inside iLTA Popular Webinars Now Available Did you miss one of our popular webinars? We offer PowerPoint presentations and LiveMeeting recordings of all our webinars, which you can access on our website. Just go to the Recordings area from the main navigation bar to find content for viewing and downloading. Here are some recent webinars that garnered rave reviews: Legal Project Management: It Changes Everything, It Changes Nothing Legal project management (LPM) has been on the radar of law firms and law departments worldwide since the publication of Steven B. Levy's groundbreaking book, "Legal Project Management," 18 months ago. Some have fully embraced the concept, others are testing the waters and some are wondering how it can benefit their firm/company. During this seminar, you'll gain insight into how and why LPM matters for the practice and business of law, the difference it can make for both attorneys and clients, ways in which LPM can extend the skills of attorneys and how it complements the lessons that highly effective attorneys have learned on their own over their years in practice. Are You Spamming Your Clients? We examine the legal and practical definitions of spam in the U.S., what you should know about blacklisting and best practices in targeting your firm's mailings. Captivation: Tips and Tricks in Captivate Hear about what's new in Captivate 5, and learn some great tips on: • Quiz manager • Recording (on the slide or the object?) • Fixing a slide • Using rollover captions • The hover feature Social Media: Addressing Risks and Ensuring Benefits As organizations look to social media to address internal and external business needs, they must walk a fine line between accessibility and governance. What are the common business needs for using social media? What is the framework for day-to-day governance, collection and preservation of information shared in these platforms? And how can organizations weave these competing interests together to reap the benefits of the social media revolution? 102 Peer to Peer ILTA Conference Vice Presidents Kathy Lentini Brown Rudnick Berlack Israels, LLP Rachelle Rennagel Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP ILTA'S CORE VALUES • Maximize the value of technology in support of the legal profession • Provide quality, independent, unbiased and accurate information to our members about technology and the practice of law • Provide quality educational opportunities • Act as a vehicle for meaningful peer networking • Respect our colleagues • Commit to the highest standard of professionalism • Maintain a financially sound organization that provides full value for the members' investments • Maintain vendor independence • Develop strategic relationships with vendors that underscore member advocacy • Provide opportunities to celebrate volunteers and maximize their value to foster a trusted resource community • Recognize that ILTA is a volunteer-governed organization managed by a professional staff STATEMENT OF PURPOSE ILTA is the premier peer networking organization, providing information to members to maximize the value of technology in support of the legal profession.

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