Despite miserable icy weather, Legaltech New York 2015 kicked off with vibrant events Monday, including an ALM party and a Cardozo Law trifecta.

In 2013, Henry Dicker, vice president of events and executive director of LTNY, changed the annual tech-a-thon to Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday, which helped the vendors build their booths without having to pay surcharges for Sunday setups. Knowing Henry, his decision was probably also fueled by what some might think was an unexpected consequence: It made Monday a defacto kick-off day. Vendors jumped all over it to entice potential clients into New York’s legendary restaurants.

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