September 25, 2008
A Legal Technology Guide That's Actually Useful
Published annually by the ABA, the 2008 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide is actually useful for its intended audience. How often can you say that about law tech guides! This one provides current information and recommendations on computers, servers, networking equipment, legal software, printers, security products, smartphones, and almost anything else a law office might need.
"This book is an incredible resource for a new lawyer just setting up a practice or a small firm where none of the lawyers are particularly tech-savvy. The most surprising thing about this book is how easy it is to read. One would assume that it is a reference guide primarily to be used when a question occurs or a project is planned, but it is actually meant to be read and, due to its brevity, (113 pages plus a Glossary and Index) it can be read fairly quickly. The fact that this book will actually be read and not just sit on a shelf is its greatest strength. If you are someone who is frequently confronted by technology terms you do not understand, this book can be the complete solution for you." writes Jim Calloway in his review on Law Practice Tips Blog. [JH]
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