Law Technology News
December 2001
American Lawyer Media Sites

The American Lawyer Magazine

National Law Journal

Law Catalog Sites Seminars

Automated Lawyer

New York



New Jersey

Other states

Editor's Note

Editor's Note 2001 winds to a close, a year that will forever be seared into our collective consciousness. It has been a trying time on so many fronts, yet I cannot resist optimism as the new year approaches.

I have such strong faith in our legal community, and the power of that community to overcome any and all adversaries, however looming or petty. We saw evidence within hours of the collapse of the World Trade Center towers, as lawyers, vendors, and others reached out to help both peers and civilians with financial, services, products, and emotional support. This same community will carry us through tough economies and challenges of the coming months. And I'm confident that we'll also have reasons to rejoice during the next year. There will be bumps, but we will prevail, in matters of great and small import.

Have a warm, safe, peaceful and joyful holiday season. Embrace life and each other, spend money, and get on airplanes! Remember: "The only thing that remains constant is change."


Monica Bay

Monica Bay Editor-in-Chief

Editor's Note
Publisher's Report
Letters To The Editor
2001 Reader Response Awards
The Year in Review 2001

ASP Spotlight
Compare & Contrast
I.T.@Sears, Roebuck and Co.
LexisNexis Buys CourtLink
Recruiting Trends
Recruitment & Retention
Second Opinions
Small & Home Office
Snap Shot: Christopher Cann
Tech Circuit
Technology On Trial
Web Strategies
Web Watch

Client Roster
Front Lines
Networking & Storage
Office Gear
Partnerships & Alliances
Portable Office
Practice Tools
Security Checkpoint
Time & Billing
Web Works
XP Utilities

Corrections Policy
Privacy Statement and Terms and Conditions of Use
© 2001 NLP IP Company. All rights reserved