The annual International Legal Technology Association conference is a good place to learn what is going on in law firm computing and legal technology. This year’s conference at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville was no exception.

I outlined several legal technology announcements from ILTA in “ILTA 2014 Exhibits: Imagined and Real” and in part 1 of product highlights I saw in the exhibit hall: “Legal Technology Resounds From Nashville.” This is part 2 of product highlights from the show, which covers product announcements that I reviewed on returning to New York City.

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