LegalTech New York 2015 is just around the corner—and as always, presents an almost overwhelming opportunity to get a crash course in the latest legal technology trends, products and services and meet the industry leaders who are shaping legal technology.

The three-day event, at the New York Hilton Midtown, Feb. 3-5, includes a three-story Exhibit Hall where you can talk face-to-face with key technology vendors, and se product and services demonstrations. Seminars cover a huge range of legal technology issues—for beginners to experts. Keynotes address crucial areas, such as cybersecurity, innovation, and recent controversial litigation. To top it off, there are many opportunities for networking, where you can catch up with colleagues and meet others interested in legal technology.

Topics covered at LegalTech New York include e-discovery, information governance, Big Data, the business of law, practice technology, corporate counsel, advanced IT, cost controls, revenue generation, machine learning, ethics and risk management, to name a few. Keynotes and plenary sessions (open to all attendees) address nunanced issues facing the profession, including cybersecurity, innovation, e-discovery advances, ethics, and more.

ALM and CodeX: The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics have just announced a partnership that includes an exciting new Sutton pavilion at LegalTech New York that will introduce new startups, and will offer three exciting panels, addressing the future of legal technology. I’m delighted to be the “emcee” of the panels, and I hope to see you there!

The conference kicks off and ends with two keynotes: “Cybersecurity, Privacy and Data Protection Legal Challenges in the Digital Age,” featuring leaders from Google Inc., Microsoft Corp., Facebook Inc., Twitter Inc., and Tumblr Inc. (Tuesday, Feb. 3 at 10 a.m. The “Evolution of the Lawyer’s Role,” by Don Liu, general counsel and secretary, Xerox Corp. wraps up the conference at 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 5.

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