Now that I am based in New York, I see LegalTech New York as an insider. It is more than the “new year” event that got me out of my office at The Recorder’s headquarters in San Francisco and subjected me to cold, snow and slush to view new and enhanced technology for lawyers and law firms.

One of the best aspects of February’s LTNY is the opportunity to dialogue with legal technology manufacturers and vendors, and follow up through the year with other shows, such as ABA Techshow, LegalTech West Coast, and other shows featuring technology exhibits of interest to lawyers. As we finish unpacking from LTNY, let’s continue the analysis of key technology developments in 2014 that will help the legal profession.

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