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May 2002
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Kevin Vermeulen WE HAVE some exciting new partnerships which will launch at Los Angeles LegalTech, May 9-10 at the Bonaventure Hotel.

For the first time, LawNet --which includes representatives of the the I.T. community across the country -- will present first of a series of regional "User Group" meetings, to be hosted by LegalTech. We are delighted to join forces.

Also joining us this year is the Law Practice Management & Technology section of the State Bar of California.

And once again we're pleased to partner with the Los Angeles County Bar Association and the Southern California Association of Law Libraries.

These new alliances promise to enhance further our strong offerings of seminars, programs, activities, networking and exhibits. And they will help you to develop your vision and strategy for legal technology in your workplace.

We look forward to joining you in California.

As always, if you have any comments or suggestions, please e-mail us at lawtech@amlaw.com.

Best wishes,

Kevin Vermeulen

Kevin Vermeulen

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