Monday, March 31, 2008

Special Announcement: ILTA and Recommind To Present At Janders Dean Knowledge Management Conference

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(Prior to the official circulation of registration instructions)

After confirming the attendance of Headshift last week, Janders Dean are proud to announce that both ILTA (International Legal Technology Association) and Enterprise Search market leaders Recommind have confirmed their involvement in the upcoming Janders Dean Law Firm Knowledge Management conference to be held in Sydney on May 7th 2008.

Simon Price of Recommind (London) will be traveling to join the faculty in Sydney, and will be on hand to discuss the recent trends in Knowledge Management technologies and enterprise search across Europe. Brent Snow (Baker & McKenzie and APAC Regional Director for ILTA) will be available to discuss the role and growth of ILTA in this region, and the benefits of involvement in the peer-to-peer network from both a technology department and knowledge management department's perspective.

These additions continue to strengthen the faculty and agenda for this event, adding to the existing conference speakers including David Fitch of Simmons & Simmons (London), Bernadette Jew of Gilbert+Tobin (Sydney), Livio Hughes and Anne Bartlett-Bragg of Headshift (London), and Nicole Bamforth of Freehills (Sydney).

We are also pleased to announce the official media partner The Legal Technology Insider, and confirm the official benefiting charity for the event Committee Assist.
Additional information for the event will be circulated in the coming days, with allocation of final delegate and attendee spaces occurring in early April.

There is strictly limited availability for this event, so please send any expressions of interest to prior to the official circulation of the agenda and registration instructions.

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