Law Technology News
June 2002
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Publisher's Report

Kevin Vermeulen LAST month was exciting for the legal technology industry, as the teriffic turnout at LegalTech Los Angeles demonstrated. Both the show floor and seminars were buzzing with a flood of new products, services, and companies.

In looking forward to the summer months we have yet more exciting times ahead -- from American Lawyer Media's recent acquisition of, which will enable us to fully integrate our roster of magazines, tradeshows and publications in to a comprehensive Web resource -- to relaunching our own Law Technology News Web site in the near future. The site,, has undergone a total overhaul and redesign during the past month. It will be easier than ever for you to find instant information on the products, sytems and services covered in the magazine, as well as to read and navigate online. Look for it soon!

As always we welcome your comments and suggestions.


Kevin Vermeulen

Kevin Vermeulen


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