The International Legal Technology Association, whose ILTACON conference in the United States and ILTACON Europe in London are must-attend events for many in the legal technology industry, announced yesterday that it is adding a new annual conference to its roster, called ILTA EVOLVE.

It appears that ILTA EVOLVE is the successor to a previous ILTA conference, the LegalSEC Summit, which will no longer be held under that name. Cybersecurity, which had been the main focus of the Summit, will be one of the two main focuses of this new conference.

Scheduled for April 29 to May 1, 2024, in Charlotte, N.C., the conference will also focus on generative AI. Future years’ topics will reflect “the industry’s latest challenges and trends,” an announcement said.

“ILTA EVOLVE is targeted at legal technology professionals and members of the broader legal profession, almost all of whom are dramatically impacted by technology and the process disruption that it drives,” said Ken Jones, cochair of the conference and and COO at Tanenbaum Keale in New Jersey.

Registration will open on Feb. 7. The cost will be $999 for ILTA members and $1,299 for others.

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