The Automated Law Firm: A Complete Guide to Software and Systems

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Aspen Law & Business, 2000 - Law - 1556 pages
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This is the comprehensive guide to buying and using the latest hardware and software to improve the speed and quality of work at your firm or law department. Up-to-date and practical, Automated Law Firm: A Complete Guide to Software and Systems provides specific advice and cost-benefit analysis of today's technological options, including coverage of new and developing areas such as imaging systems, workflow software, portable technology, voice technology, personal information managers, legal research on the Internet, and recommended software security features such as passwords, file locking, and access control. You select the best products to improve your office efficiency - without having to spend the time to become an expert yourself. Each system is fully described, and its features and functions listed in an easy-to-use chart format along with new comparison charts of software products to help you choose the system that best matches your firm or department's specific needs. A Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section at the end of each chapter offers you clear, concise answers to important everyday questions, and vendor and software directories help you speed your search in selecting the software that is right for you. Extensive attention is given to software in vital areas such as litigation support and databases, document generation and management, property closings, bankruptcy, estate practice, billing, and corporate law office programs.

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