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WHEREVER your company, firm or practice is located, our LegalTech shows can help you navigate today's challenging legal technology terrain. We finish off 2001 with three more shows -- in Chicago, Toronto, and a new venue: New Orleans. LegalTech Chicago will be held Nov. 5-6, (Sheraton Chicago Hotel and Tower); LegalTech Toronto is Nov. 12-13, (Toronto Convention Centre); LegalTech Southeast, Dec. 5-6, (New Orleans Convention Center).

These tradeshows offer a goldmine of information to increase your firm's productivity and sharpen your competitive edge. But you need not be a "power user" to attend: there's helpful information for both "newbies" and experts alike.

In the exhibit hall, you can talk to vendors and get hands-on demonstrations of products and services. (Want more? Stop by our demonstration theaters for in-depth presentations.)

Our keynote speakers provide critical insight to help you anticipate and manage technology challenges in your firm. (Don't miss Anastasia Kelly, executive vice president and general counsel of Sears Roebuck and Co., at our Chicago show). And our seminar sessions feature the industry's top experts, with advice on everything from conflict management to case management to the latest gizmos and gadgets. There's something for everyone! For more info:

Kevin Vermeulen

Kevin Vermeulen


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