The official speaker roster for Ignite Law 2011 is set. The event, produced by LexThink CEO Matt Homann and InsideLegal's CEO JoAnna Forshee, will feature 12 speakers sharing their view on the future of law practice and law technology, delivered via 6 minute rapid-fire presentations. Presenters were chosen based on online voting results and include a ‘who’s who’ of legal technology spanning attorneys, legal software executives, legal technologists, consultants and industry bloggers. Ignite Law 2011 takes place on April 10 at the Chicago Hilton, the eve of ABA TECHSHOW.
A total of 25 speaking topics were submitted and based on 1000s of online votes cast, 12 candidates were selected (including 8 'first-timers') to share their 6-minute Ignite presentations. The final Ignite Law 2011 speaker’s list includes:
Jim Calloway – “A Failure to Communicate”
Kevin Chern – “Creating the Perfect Future: Strategic Planning for Your Law Firm and Your Life”
Eric Cooperstein – “(Lack of) Privacy 2.0: Law in the Age of Transparency”
Will Hornsby – “And the survey says...”
Dennis Kennedy – “The Freemium Practice of Law”
Stephanie Kimbro – “Call of Duty: Legal Ops: Serving DIY Clients”
Marc Lauritsen – “Apps for Justice – Code to the Rescue”
Victor Medina – “Bespoke Legal Services in an Off-The-Rack Culture”
Tom Mighell – “Preparing for the Post-PC Law Practice”
Kevin O'Keefe – “Facebook: Can it be really be used by lawyers and law firms for professional and business development? How so?”
Dan Schwartz – “The Elephant in the Room”
Jay Shepherd – “Quantum Leap: How You Will Practice Law in 2019”
Free tickets for the event are still available and can be secured here.