It’s once again time to dust off the old crystal ball and peer into the future of technology in the legal profession. I see 10 clear trends for 2002. To round out this survey of the future, I also invited a panel of legal technology experts to add their best insights for the year ahead.

The result is a highly useful list of ideas, forecasts and analysis for the year ahead, especially for firms struggling with what to do in a time of uncertainty and a slow economy. As you plan your technology strategy for this year, this list will help you identify and address some key issues and supplement your own technology to-do list.

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