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September 2001
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Editor's Note

Editor's Note IT SEEMS impossible, but I just passed my three year anniversary as editor of LTN. What a wild ride it's been, from the dot.com frenzy to the logrithmic improvement of now-basics, like word processing software.

For the last 36 months, I've enjoyed the wonderful support of LTN's Editorial Advisory Board. Not only does the board function as an invaluable sounding board "off-camera," but they are generous and frequent contributors, sharing their wisdom and insights.

But I also know that all organizations must make room for new voices in order to stay vital and fresh. So, with this issue, you'll notice that several names have left the masthead, graduating to "emeritus" status, with LTN's warmest thanks. You'll also see some new names: Howard Baker, Bruce Dorner, Storm Evans and Jim Eidelman. Welcome!

As always, I welcome your comments, suggestions, press releases and critiques, at lawtech@amlaw.com.

Cordially,

Monica Bay

Monica Bay Editor-in-Chief

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