Extract from Zach Abramowitz's article "Notes From A Legal Industry Binge (Part I)"
For the last three weeks, I have been binging on legal.
It all started just over three weeks ago on a Sunday night redeye to New York where, on Monday evening, I moderated two panels at NYU Law’s inaugural innovation and tech event, put together by my friends PacerProCOO Anna McGrane and Christian Lang from NY Legal Tech Meetup; early Tuesday morning, I flew to Austin to cover the ACC Annual Meeting; Wednesday afternoon, I flew to Chicago for dinner with Casey Flaherty and Jae Um followed by an early Thursday morning breakfast with Relativity founder and CEO Andrew Sieja before flying to Tel Aviv just in time to make it back for the weekend. And then, just a few days later, I reboarded a United flight, this time to Salt Lake City for ndElevate, NetDocuments’ annual user conference where I spent the last week roughing it in the Stein Eriksen Lodge.
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