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Day 2 of this year’s LegalTech New York is in full swing, from the keynote on spying to the plenary session on mitigating risk. For those following along from home or who haven’t had a chance to walk the exhibit hall, here are the most notable efforts I saw on day 1.
Here’s who earned the LTNY16 award for…
Most Athletic: TransPerfect
TransPerfect’s golf simulator is an effective way to shake off all that sitting in sessions. Though with how hard people were swinging, I did worry that the golf ball would burst out of the tarp.
Most Steampunk: ALM
The ALM’s business card collector is a beautiful gilded machine that hearkens back to earlier times. It’s certainly the most enticing way to enter a raffle I’ve seen here.
Most Dangerous (for Coffee Drinkers): Thomson Reuters
This expansive white carpet is visually striking, inviting, and a boon for carpet cleaner sales. I suggest detouring around it if you’re carrying a cup of coffee and slightly groggy from last night’s festivities.
Cutest: How to MANAGE a Small Law Firm
It’s hard to beat cuddling with puppies – and its health benefits: “When people interact with dogs, ‘you actually get a drop in blood pressure — a true relaxation response.’” If you need to get away from ediscovery ads, this is the place to head.
This visual of the Lawpocalypse seems to prompt many a double-take. It almost makes you want to shred all of the paper in your office before it swallows you whole.
[Update: up to 20 now!]
Most Changed: Everlaw
I might be biased, but we seem to have changed the most since last year. Makes me wonder what next year will look like!
Did I miss any from Day 1? Which exhibitor do you think deserves an award?
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