Legal Technology Consultant of the Year

The online TechnoLawyer community has voted me the Legal Technology Consultant of the Year. I'm thrilled, because I didn't even know I was in the running. Here's the abbreviated press release:


New York, New York -- May 17, 2004. Although it doesn't feature any fashion faux pas or a red carpet, the annual TechnoLawyer @ Awards is the closest the legal profession gets to an Oscar-like event. With 26 different @ Awards handed out, the 2004 TechnoLawyer @ Awards was the biggest yet in the seven year history of this popular event.

The TechnoLawyer @ Awards is produced and managed by TechnoLawyer,, a network of email newsletters for those who manage law firms.

During the month of April, the 9,700+ members of TechnoLawyer voted for their favorite people, products, and services in 24 different categories. TechnoLawyer's staff chose the winners of the remaining two @ Awards.


A lifetime achievement award went to Larry Bodine, this one for Legal Technology Consultant of the Year. Larry is one of the leading business development experts in the legal profession, having helped countless firms with their marketing plans.

In addition to products and services, the TechnoLawyer @ Awards also recognizes the people who use and implement these products and services. Other winners included:

  • TechnoLawyer of the Year: Yvonne Renfrew of California, a lawyers who uses technology to practice law more efficiently.
  • Favorite Technolawyer Contributor: Mary Jo Webb of
  • Syndicated Contributor of the Year: Arthur L. Smith of
  • Favorite Print Legal Technology Publication: Law Office Computing (for which I write the marketing column).
  • Favorite Legal Web site: LexisNexis at

    The rest of the winners were all companies, like time Matters as the Favorite Case/Practice Management Solution and WestCheck as Favorite Microsoft Word Add-On.

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    austin web design - July 17, 2004 9:49 PM

    Congratulations Larry!

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