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November 21, 2010
Pennsylvania Lawyers Aren't Fans of New Tech Devices for Professional Use
According to a recent story in Pennsylvania’s Legal Intelligencer, Pennsylvania law firms are sticking with traditional laptops and BlackBerry smartphones. For the most part, lawyers surveyed use mobile devices to check emails and view, edit, and draft documents on laptops. They don’t see much use for iPads and eReaders other than for entertainment.