LTN AWARDS – Nominate your firm/law dept – DEADLINE FRIDAY
The deadline to nominate your law firm or law dept for the 2008 Law Technology News Awards is FRIDAY (NOV 7). Click here for the entry form.
"As Law Technology News prepares to present our sixth annual Technology Awards, we will once again recognize leaders in the field – both in innovation and implementation. We are currently accepting nominations from law firms nationwide for significant achievements in technology. Law Firm award winners will be chosen by a panel of technology experts from the law firm nominations," said LTN Editor Monica Bay.
There are 6 categories:
- IT Director of the Year
- Champion of Technology
- Most Innovative use of Technology by a Law Firm
- Most Innovative use of Technology by an In-House Legal Department
- Most Innovative use of Technology during a Trial
- Most Innovative use of Technology for a Pro Bono Project
The technology project must have been implemented between July 31, 2007 and July 31, 2008. There is an entry fee of entry fee $100 per category. If you have any questions — holler to Kevin Iredell — firstname.lastname@example.org.
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