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April 2002
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Editor's Note

Editor's Note SECURITY remains one of the most sensitive aspects of legal technology, and with very good reason. As lawyers, we have a fiduciary duty to safeguard our clients' confidences and information, and the same goes true for our own office operations.

New associates are always cautioned about not talking about the case in public places, such as elevators, and we must use the same common sense about how we protect our intellectual capital in cyberspace. So in this issue, we explore the ramifications of security, from small firms to the largest.

It is also with this issue that we must say goodbye to another talented young journalist, assistant editor Richard Peck, who is heading off to graduate school. We will miss his delightful humor, and steadfast work, very much indeed.

Cordially,

Monica Bay

Monica Bay Editor-in-Chief

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