After 15 years of writing the Web Watch column for Law Technology News, I am giving it up. My final column is now posted at the LTN site: Swan Song: Robert Ambrogis Finale.

Stay tuned, however, for further developments, as I will be debuting a new column in a new location.

I would like to extend an enormous thank you and warm hug to LTN Editor-in-Chief Monica Bay, who brought me on as a columnist shortly after she became editor. Not only has she been a great editor over the years, but she is also a great and dear friend. It’s been an honor to work with her and everyone at LTN.

  • Bob,
    Thanks for all your great columns over the years. What will you do in your free time?
    Carole Levitt, President, Internet For Lawyers

  • I have enjoyed reading your articles over the last 15 and I look forward to your continuing to share your knowledge and insight in whatever form that might take.

  • Bob:

    Can’t wait to hear about your new adventure!

  • Bob,

    I’ve always liked to say that you actually started reviewing websites in Web Watch before there were even websites. The column has been a fixture since the beginning. Web Watch was an important and influential column that helped shape the development of the use of the web by lawyers and the legal profession. It also established Bob as one of the Internet pioneers among lawyers. I appreciate the hat tip you gave to me in your last column, your great insights and the great conversations we’ve had over the years. I can’t wait to see your next act, Bob. Congratulations on a fantastic 15-year run.

    Dennis Kennedy

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