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New Legal Technologies To Debut At LegalTech New York

By Minara El-Rahman on January 26, 2011 5:46 AM

Are you an attorney in a small firm or solo practice looking for new ways to grow your practice in an efficient and cost-effective way? With LegalTech New York 2011 just around the corner, you have just the opportunity to learn about new ways to improve law practice management and learn about new legal technologies in fields such as e-discovery. The conference is a trade show that takes place bi-annually in New York and Los Angeles that allows attorneys to take in depth look at new and exciting technologies that can help any law firm practice.

The first trade show this year, LegalTech New York 2011, will take place from Jan 31-Feb 2 at the Hilton New York Hotel.

This year's tradeshow will feature notable addresses such as:

  • Legal Vs. IT: Turn The Battle Into a Solution That Meets Compliance Needs by VP and Deputy General Counsel of Hewlett-Packard Gabriel Bulgas
  • UN War Crimes Investigations-Information Management In High Volume Legal Proceedings by Political Advisor of North Eastern Bosnia Gonzalo de Cesare
  • A Look At The Law: 2020 by Practice Futurist Michael Rogers

For attorneys interested in learning more about companies that offer specific law practice management services, there is an extensive LegalTech exhibitor list of over 100 vendors, including FindLaw.

And if you are looking to fulfill your state's CLE requirements, there are even CLE accredited educational tracks that are eligible in multiple states, including New Jersey. Some of the CLEs offered are:

  • Compliance and Risk
  • Corporate Legal IT
  • New Realities in Legal Efficiencies

As the recession makes competition in the legal market fiercer than ever before, it helps to network and learn about the latest legal technologies.

For more information on LegalTech New York 2011, or to register, visit the LegalTech registration page.

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