The Hague Conference on Private International Law hosted a successful conference in December 2019 that focused on employing information technology in international service of process cases. The conference was the motivation for a new publication, now available on the Hague Conference’s website. The publication includes articles from Ted Folkman about using email as a secure means of transmitting service, Katerina Ossenova about using electronic platforms between Central Authorities, Brody Warren about the relevance of service by postal channels in today’s tech era, and Dr. Gerardine Escolar about future-proofing the Hague Service Convention, among many others. Extra congratulations to Dr. Escolar, who not only headlines extremely important portfolios in the field of international family law for the HCCH, but whose dedication lead to this successful conference. The next iteration will be held virtually on December 2nd.