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Hello To National Association Of Legal Assistants

MIPTC is off-campus today giving a talk in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (probably not too many other states with an "Oklahoma City") on the Future of Legal Technology.  It's a three-hour talk, guaranteed to put historians to sleep.  On the other hand, futurists will likely stay awake - at least I'm hoping.

If you're in the area, stop on by and say hello between 9 and noon - I'll need all the help I can get to cover three hours

Did I mention the talk runs for three hours?  I'll give you a full report how it went afterward.  I'll summarize in case you can't sit still that long.

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