This article first appeared in Corporate Counsel and The American Lawyer’s December issues under the title “Ten Years of LDO Tech.” The full version is reproduced below.

I first started thinking about law department technology back in the early 1990s, when I was on the team that launched Corporate Legal Times, the first independent magazine specifically for in-house counsel. Mostly, I was pleased to learn that law departments actually had their own technology and that our sales team was able to sell advertising to those companies in our early days.

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