The future of legal tech is always a hotly-debated topic, but there is some broad agreement— and some wishful thinking — of what the future really holds.

The Legaltech New York session “Legal Technology: What’s That? The Newest and Coolest in Legal Technology,” led by Jim McCue, director of information systems for Rodey, Dickason, Sloan, Akin & Robb, sought to tease out this broader consensus.

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