You have to admire a technology law website which makes its commitment to clarity with the words Eschewing tech law obfuscation to enlighten everyone’s inner geek. That is the claim (and it is a justified claim) of IT-Lex Technology Law, a website run by Adam Losey (yes, son of the famous Ralph, but an eDiscovery force in his own right).
IT-Lex is more than just a website. Its commitment to eDiscovery
education extends to producing educational videos, publishing
twice-daily articles on technology law issues and funding a cash prize
writing competition for law students.
IT Lex is also hosting the Innovate Conference,
to be held at Winter Park, Florida on 17 to 18 October. I am happy to
pass it on not only for the interesting event which it describes but for
the non-conventional way of presenting it. It is time that we broke the
mould of the dull listings which, logos and mastheads apart, look
almost identical from conference provider to conference provider.
I started to type up a list of the speakers known to me, and known by
me to be excellent, but quickly realised that I was effectively
retyping the programme. This is an all-star listing.
I can’t be there. I rather wish I could be.