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29 Posts Summarizing LegalTech New York (and that do not focus on eDiscovery)

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A quick analysis on Hashtracking shows there were approximately 2,200 tweets around three different Twitter hashtags at LegalTech this year. That’s about 3,000 fewer than the social media musings of attendees at ILTA’s 2013 conference in Las Vegas last summer.

Tweeters at the ILTA conference primarily coalesce around single hashtag #ILTA13, while attendees at LegalTech were spread across four different hashtags:

Hashtags are a useful way to connect at conferences – and provide practical means to search and sort through the chatter post conference.  We’ve culled through the Twitter streams, checked with the trade publications like Law Technology News (LTN), and performed some good old-fashioned Google searches to list out some of the posts we found interesting.  We’ve also added a few of our own posts from the show.

We’ve intentionally left out ediscovery posts because, while interesting and inherently valuable, as Charles Christian, points out there’s quite a bit of coverage of ediscovery already. In fact, an analysis by InsideLegal found that of the 216 registered vendors at LegalTech, 82, or 38% offered ediscovery.  And now, 29 posts summarizing LegalTech New York:

Key Note Summaries

Session Summaries

Broader Observations about the Show

Updates as of 2/13/14:

Got a great post that we missed?  Please tweet us @business_of_law or leave a note in the comments so we can consider adding it!  We are especially interested in posts or stories taht summarize sessions or key note presentations.

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Frank Strong is the communications director with Business of Law Software Solutions (BLSS) a division of LexisNexis. In this capacity he directs communications strategy and execution in support of BLSS products including those for large law, small law and corporate counsel. With 15 years in experience in the marketing communications for the high-tech sector, Strong previously served as director of PR for Vocus, which develops marketing, PR and media monitoring software. He’s held multiple roles in PR both in-house with corporations, and has also endured the rigors of billable hours, having completed gigs at PR firms both large and small. A veteran with two deployments, Strong has concurrently served in uniform in reserve components of the military for 20 years, initially as an enlisted Marine and later as an Army officer. Strong holds a BA in Film and TV production from Worcester University, an M.A. in Public Communication from American University, and an M.B.A. from Marymount University.
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