LegalTech New York felt like a user conference this year. Although the messages sent from vendors were mixed, a number of threads appeared that set the tone for the show and marked a direction for the new year: full speed ahead.

Consumers of online legal research received long-awaited news. Both LexisNexis and Thomson Reuters dramatically changed the way users interface with legal research tools. What took them so long? Technology has finally caught up with the way users search for legal information and where they would like to be when they find it.

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