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Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
Travel-savvy attorneys hit the road with only the minimum number of devices necessary to complete their work quickly and effectively. Writer John Edwards recommends ten things that can stay home
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Originally Published: The Recorder
After LegalTech New York, two perfect tech days in San Francisco and Silicon Valley
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