Please save the date for ESCon 2010 - Law School Electronic Services Conference

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SAVE THE DATE! ESCon 2010 - Law School Electronic Services Conference

Greetings from Newtown!

It is our pleasure to invite members of the law school technology and admission community to ESCon 2010, the Law School Electronic Services Conference. The Conference is hosted by Law School Admission Council and will take place April 13-15, 2010, at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada.

This year, the ESCon planning group has created a program that continues to build on the communication and collaboration established at last year's conference and explores the present and future of the law school admission process. The sessions explore a variety of topics from social networking, the paperless office and blogging to improving collaboration and communication between IT and admission staff. This year's Keynote Address will be given by technology pioneer, futurist, and author Michael Rogers. Michael's consultancy, Practical Futurist, helps companies worldwide think about the future, companies such as Boeing, FedEx, and GE to name a few. ESCon 2010 promises to be an event not to be missed. We encourage all member schools to consider sending both IT and admissions professionals.

A senior IT professional from each law school may attend at no cost-the registration covers flights, two room nights and taxes at Caesars Palace, ground transportation in Las Vegas, and conference meals. Other IT representatives may attend for a per-person registration fee of $200, which covers two room nights and taxes at Caesars Palace, and conference meals.

Two admission professionals may attend for a per-school registration fee of $200, which covers two room nights and taxes at Caesars Palace, and conference meals for both attendees. Subsequent admission representatives may attend for a per-person registration fee of $200, which covers two room nights and taxes at Caesars Palace, and conference meals.

Bookmark the link below for program updates!

www.LSACnet.org/ESCon

Please forward this e-mail to others in your school who may be interested. See you in Las Vegas!

Sincerely,

LSAC and the ESCon 2010 Planning Work Group

Bruce Bachman, Vice President of Information Services and Chief Information Officer, LSAC
Bill Carter, Director of Law School Support Services, LSAC
Jean Madden, Manager - Law School Support Services, LSAC

K. Michele Allison-Davis, Assistant Dean of Admissions and Diversity Affairs, Loyola
Noé Bernal, Assistant Dean for Admissions, Villanova
Gary Francis Banks, Chief Technology Officer, Virginia
Grace Campbell, Database and Admissions Assistant, UC Berkeley
Allan Chen, Assistant Dean for Law Technology, Santa Clara
Cristina A. Gapasin, Associate Director of Admissions and Outreach, UC Davis
Mark Gunn, Associate Director of Information Technology, Texas
Devin Henderson, Admissions Counselor and Staff Assistant, Ohio State
Susan Krinsky, Associate Dean for Admission, Financial Aid, Career Development, and Lecturer in Law, Tulane
Katie McDonald, Assistant Dean for Admissions, Franklin Pierce
Annemarie Meyer, Senior Admissions Counselor, McGeorge
Pablo Molina, Associate Vice President of Information Technology and Campus CIO, Georgetown
Sean Reilly, Assistant Dean for Admissions, Marquette

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Gary Francis Banks
Chief Technology Officer
University of Virginia School of Law
www.law.virginia.edu/lawitc
E-mail: gbanks@virginia.edu
Phone: (434) 260-1778
580 Massie Road
Charlottesville, VA 22903-1738