Law Technology News
March 2002
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THERE is a lot of excitement in the legal technology industry, and nowhere was this demonstrated better than at LegalTech New York. Our February show was overflowing with positive energy, fun, and an overwhelming sense of optimism for the year to come.

From vendors launching their latest releases or opening new offices across the country to attendees flocking to the Hilton in record numbers, LegalTech marked an important turning point in our industry. Amidst the excitement of the Super Bowl and the blustery New York days, technology professionals and attorneys from around the country focused their attention on looking forward, planning, and purchasing for a successful and productive 2002.

Inside this issue you will find the reviews, articles and useful tips on the latest in a wealth of products and services.

And don't forget, our next stop is San Antonio, for the brand new National Law Journal Litigation Summit and Exposition, where we hope to see many of our readers. For more information about the Litigation Expo, go to www.legaltechshow.com.

As always, we welcome your comments and press releases at lawtech@amlaw.com.

Best wishes,

Kevin Vermeulen

Kevin Vermeulen

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