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TweetIf you’ve been involved in international civil or criminal proceedings, you might have had trouble obtaining potentially relevant materials. This is no surprise because some countries are very protective of their or their citizens’ privacy. Additionally, others don’t enforce or don’t have relevant laws. LawTech Europe Congress 2012 is a conference dedicated to the discussion of […]

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TweetLast night on the eve of LegalTech, LexisNexis hosted a Small Law dinner in New York City. There were nearly 40 people in attendance, all of whom are building or reporting on emerging technologies for solo practitioners and small law firms. In addition to good food and interesting conversation, I had the pleasure of announcing […]

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TweetWe are getting pretty excited about Legal Tech next week.  I am flying in from Jerusalem, Israel next Sunday night to join my teammates for three days of networking, knowledge sharing, and some exciting LexisNexis events at the conference.  Here are some of the things we have going on. Join the Legal Tech New York […]

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TweetLegalTech finished just 2 weeks ago, but its echoes are still vibrating through the legal websphere. The event was podcasted, tweeted, flickered, youtubed and blogged by the online legal community. In fact, the event spawned so much traffic in Twitter that the term ‘LegalTech’ was ranked #6 in Twitter search during the conference dates. The […]

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TweetFinal session of the day was some insight into the Blogs world of Lawyers.  The Blogging Session moderated by Maia Benson, was of tremendous value – top legal bloggers sharing their experiences and tools they use for blogging.  And answering questions such as ‘How did you start blogging?’ and ‘How much time do you dedicate/invest/put […]

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TweetProfessional Networking session saw Bob Ambrogi discussing professional networking with John Lipsey, Vanessa DiMauro, Olivier Antoine and Eugene Weitz. Professional networking for lawyers is a topic in need of much discussion and still there are varying views and experiences. There is great understanding that Social Media for lawyers embraces all : Client recommendations, peer recommendations, […]

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TweetTuesday was the peak of Social Media experience for Lawyers on LegalTech. What started as a buzz on Monday with Monica Bay’s session on Twitter , with Bob Ambrogi tweeting the questions to and from Twitter, peaked into online blogs and forum reports and discussions, that were layered on top of the live sessions. The […]

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TweetToday, I participated in a panel at LegalTech NY titled “Best Practices for Online Networking.”  The session was moderated by Bob Ambrogi. Panelists included Vanessa DiMauro of Leader Networks, Eugene Weitz of Alcatel-Lucent, and Olivier Antoine of Crowell & Moring.  Right after the session, I recorded this podcast which sums up the points we made. […]

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TweetOn Tuesday, I will participate in a panel session at LegalTech about online networking in the legal community along with Bob Ambrogi, Vanessa DiMauro, Eugene Weitz and Olivier Antoine. As a little preview, listen to this podcast on what I intend to talk about. Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook Share on […]

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TweetToday was LegalTech’s 1st day and I couldn’t be there as had to attend a mandatory training session. Though frustrated and annoyed, I ended up enjoying the 1st day very much: I got a lot of information, learned about hot topics of industry, heard keynote main messages, and even participated in a session – and […]

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