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December 2001
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IT is with great pleasure that we bring you this very special edition of Law Technology News. This has been a challenging year for the legal community, and as we look forward to 2002, we rededicate ourselves to helping lawyers, I.T., research and support staff, vendors and consultants make the best choices in technology purchasing and implementation.

This issue includes our annual "Corporate Profile" section, which will give you a chance to find out more about the companies and products you have seen in the pages of LTN every month. In addition, we take a comprehensive look at this year's new releases in our "Products & Services Roundup."

Look for more enhancements to our magazine during the next year: In addition to the existing Resource Center on our Web site -- which provides instant access to the products and services listed in each issue of LTN -- we will soon offer our Buyer's Guide online ( More than ever, we want Law Technology News to be your gateway for the latest information on the products, systems and services that help you do your job more effectively.

With best wishes for a happy and productive new year,

Kevin Vermeulen

Kevin Vermeulen


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