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As we start a new year, and life returns to its "new normalcy," the challenges and realities we face become even more apparent. Two imperatives come to mind: 1) The need for technology does not diminish in uncertain economic times, but is fortified. 2) Lawyers and legal professionals work in an extremely competitive environment, and must stay ahead of the pack to thrive.

Reconciling these two realities is LegalTech New York, February 4-6 at the New York Hilton. With the theme Technology At The Speed of Light, this three-day event offers six seminar tracks, three floors of exhibits and unlimited opportunities for you to discover cost effective ideas for today's economic realities. What's new won't only be found on the exhibit floor. We are pleased that both the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, and the Association of Legal Administrators have joined us to offer even more legal education. We are also debuting "LegalSpace" --a new exhibit area designed to help you integrate technology and environmental planning.

I look foward to seeing at the conference!


Kevin Vermeulen

Kevin Vermeulen


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