Well, I certainly hope so.
Thanks to my friends at Caselogistix, who bringing me out to speak about trends and predictions in electronic discovery, I’ll be attending the big Legal Tech NY legal technology conference/show in just over a week from now.
I’m so enthused about getting the chance to attend the show and see what’s new in legal technology and meet tons of people I don’t get to see often enough.
I’ll be speaking on Tuesday, January 31 in the afternoon and would enjoy getting a nice audience for the session.
Otherwise, I’ll be around the exhibit floor, probably walking around with Tom Mighell. You might hear Tom and I mention the new podcast series we are planning.
You are also likely to hear some more details about a new LexThink event that Matt has been hinting about.
Tom, Marty “The Trademark Blog” Schwimmer and I (all of us are at the Between Lawyers blog) are also looking to pull together a lightly-coordinated blogger meet-up while we are there. If you are interested in joining us, let us know (it’s probably best, and safest, to let Tom know – he’s the best organizer of this group – by far).
If you are a reader of my blog, then I’d love to meet you. We can try to set something up in advance, if you’d like, but I hate to get too much on the calendar. If you see me, even if I seem to be busy, please tap me on the shoulder and say hello.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskenendy.com/blog/)]
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