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February 2002
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Editor's Note

Editor's Note TIME-and-billing software is one of the essential components of any firm's legal technology framework. But unlike even operating systems, it's software that you are likely to keep in place for more than three years. With that in mind, we offer several articles to help you make the best decisions to fit your firm's needs.

Ashby Jones, American Lawyer Media Inc.'s technology reporter and contributing editor of LTN recently visited the Albuquerque headquarters of Provolution Corp. (known to most of us as ProLaw Software). He reports about how the company's recent purchase by West Group has impacted both companies.

Jones also offers an insightful year-end analysis of the legal trends of 2001.

Now it's on to LegalTech N.Y., where we hope to see all of you at the New York Hilton and Towers, Feb. 4 to 6.

All Best,

Monica Bay

Monica Bay Editor-in-Chief

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