Change management. Diversity. Data. The global mainstreaming of legal tech. These topics and more were front of mind for luminaries from all walks of legal life as they arrived at the New York Hilton Midtown for Legalweek New York 2020. The excitement, as ever, was palpable. “I’m always on a panel with the most talented people … and then someone just throws us a question or you get to ad lib something that really resonates with people. I love the energy here,” Ari Kaplan of Ari Kaplan Advisors told LegalTech Editor-in-Chief Zach Warren. Here’s what some of that energy looked like at Legalweek, where, as The American Lawyer’s Editor-in-Chief Gina Passarella put it, “conversations and ideas come to life.”
_ @GPassarellaTAL, Editor-in-Chief of @AmericanLawyer welcomes you to Legal Week 2020. pic.twitter.com/ErzuRVnsie
— Law.com (@lawdotcom) February 4, 2020
“The most important issues impacting the legal profession,” is what @GPassarellaTAL says will be discussed at this year’s Legal Business Strategy conference at #Legalweek20 pic.twitter.com/RTBY2MH8bG
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