LTNY 2008: Day One Is Nearly Done
The first day of LegalTech New York is winding down, culminating in tonight's Law Technology News Awards. Stay tuned for a recap of the event. Until then, here's a list of early reports from the show floor, mainly from vendor-bloggers:
-- Martindale-Hubbell's Sami Hero ponders the use of social-networking tools to help zero-in on your most relevant contacts among the hordes on the trade show floor.
-- Thomson West offers a peek behind the stripes.
-- Consultant Rob Robinson collects the latest LegalTech press releases his Information Governance Engagement Area (which is only slightly less-Orwellian-looking than it sounds).
-- MetaLincs' Mark Reichenbach
relishes the chance to see LegalTech from the vendor-side for the first time:
This is the first year I’m not breezing through the exhibition hall
trying hard to hide my badge from vendors interested in seeing where I
work and how much buying power or decision-making authority I possess.Now I’m on the other side. But don’t worry, I’m not going to be
looking at your badge. In fact, this year at New York LegalTech
I’ll probably have the most fun I’ve ever had at one of these
shows…well, maybe excluding that CaseCentral party many years ago.
-- Meanwhile, FutureLawyer finds the one new tech gadget all show-goers could use tonight.
Posted by John Bringardner on February 5, 2008 at 05:17 PM | Permalink
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