Hi, What’s Next readers. In today’s briefing, the Law.com technology reporting team is here with highlights from Legalweek New York, where thousands of industry professionals gathered to discuss the latest legal tech and other forces rocking the industry. What caught our attention? A recommendation to start learning IT skills in law school, the latest trends in e-discovery, and a look at whether technology has a role in improving law firm diversity.

All of that, and more, below. We’ll be back next week with our usual mix of news from the intersection of law and technology.

Former Attorneys General Alberto Gonzales and Loretta Lynch present the opening keynotes at Legal Week 2019 at the New York Hilton Hotel. Photo by David Handschuh/ALM

Technology Can’t Fix Everything

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