Hi, What’s Next readers. I’m Zach Warren, editor-in-chief of Legaltech News and your guest writer for the day with all the things you need to know going into one of the biggest events on any legal technologist’s calendar: Legalweek New York. The action kicks off on Jan. 29, and there’s no better place to be if you’re looking to learn what’s making waves at the intersection of law and technology. In my experience, the best Legalweek plans are a mish-mash of networking, demos and educational tracks. Read on for a rundown of the topics I’m watching.

We’ll be back with a special edition of What’s Next on Feb. 1 that’s jam-packed with takeaways from Law.com’s team at the event. If you’re headed to Legalweek, let me know what you’ll be watching at [email protected].

Magistrate Judge Elizabeth Laporte of the Northern District of California.

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