From yellow pads to computers: transforming your law practice with a computer
Kathryn M. Braeman, Fran Shellenberger, American Bar Association. Law Practice Management Division. Administrative Procedures Committee
American Bar Association, Jun 1, 1987 - Law - 225 pages
This guide offers practical advice on computer implementation in the law office. Topics covered include improvement of litigation strategy, document drafting, electronic mail, costs of on-line databases, desktop publishing systems, and training sources.
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