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HIGH-TECH SOLUTIONS FOR IMPROVING COURTS' PRODUCTIVITY SLATED AS KEY TOPIC AT 11TH ANNUAL LEGAL TECH CONFERENCE

 HIGH-TECH SOLUTIONS FOR IMPROVING COURTS' PRODUCTIVITY
 SLATED AS KEY TOPIC AT 11TH ANNUAL LEGAL TECH CONFERENCE
 Price Waterhouse-Sponsored Seminar and Exhibition
 Presents Latest Legal Information System Technology
 WHY: Following the recent L.A. riots, only six people per hour per chamber could be arraigned in the L.A. courts, in part because antiquated systems were unable to electronically deliver the necessary paperwork at the time the prisoner was present. Technology has the ability to directly -- and positively -- impact the effectiveness of the U.S. judicial system.
 WHO: Mike Gingerich, Department of Justice, Canada, will present that country's technological case management and prosecutor support systems that could end problems like the arraignment log jam that occurred in L.A. following the riots (Wednesday, July 1, at 11 a.m.).
 WHAT: The 11th annual Legal Tech Conference, sponsored by Price Waterhouse's Law Firm & Law Department Services Group, is the largest and oldest law technology forum in the United States.
 Attended by more than 4,000 people in 1991, the event features the nation's most comprehensive display of state-of-the-art computer technology designed and tailored for use by legal organizations. The conference's 18 seminars provide practical applications for using this technology to improve law office and legal system efficiency and productivity.
 Other key speakers include:
 Jeff Raikes, vice president, sales and marketing, Microsoft Corp., will discuss ways to use personal computers to provide cost- effective, quality legal services during the Keynote Address. (Monday, June 29, at 8:30 a.m.)
 Jane E. Stackpool, Clayton Utz (Sydney, Australia), will present her firm's revolutionary Precedents Data Base -- the world's first large-scale, practical use of technology to create cases. (Tuesday, June 30, at 3:45 p.m.)
 Sheldon Laube, national director-Information and Technology, Price Waterhouse, will discuss how new technologies such as multimedia will further change end-user and organizational work patterns. (Tuesday, June 30, 8:30 a.m.)
 WHEN: June 29-July 1
 Monday and Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
 Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
 WHERE: Century Plaza Hotel
 2025 Avenue of the Stars
 Century City
 EDITOR'S
 NOTE: A complete schedule of activities is available.
 CONTACT: Greg Romano or Jef Holove of Berkhemer Kline Golin/Harris, 213-623-4200, for Price Waterhouse.
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