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July 2001
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Next month we're bringing our LegalTech show to the epicenter of technology -- the San Francisco Bay Area -- Aug. 20-21, 2001, at the Hyatt Regency Embarcadero.

First, let me warmly thank the Bar Association of San Francisco for graciously welcoming us to this wonderful city. All BASF members have a special invitation to the LegalTech conference and exposition, including the opening reception on Monday, August 20.

We are also proud to announce a new partnership with the Northern California Association of Law Libraries. The NCALL will join us in San Francisco, to offer a special track of education on knowledge and library management.

We are also delighted to debut our newest educational partnership, with the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. At future Legal Tech shows, ATLA will offer tracks for trial lawyers and practicing attorneys.

We're thrilled that LegalTech has become such an important vehicle not only for introducing new products and services, via our Exhibit hall, but for keeping the profession up-to-date on the latest trends and developments in our classrooms.

Suggestions? E-mail me at kevinv@amlaw.com.

Cordially,

Kevin Vermeulen

Kevin Vermeulen

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