The Lawyer's Guide to Working Smarter with Knowledge Tools
This ground-breaking guide introduces lawyers and other professionals to a powerful class of software that supports core aspects of legal work. The author discusses how technologies like practice systems, work product retrieval, document assembly, and interactive checklists help people work smarter. If you are looking to work more effectively, this book provides a clear roadmap, with many concrete examples and thought-provoking ideas.
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Windmills and Flywheels
Well What Do You Know?
Enter the Tools
The Balancing Act
Inhibitions and Motivations
Oh Say Can You C?
Finding and Choosing Tools
Three Kinds of Knowledge Tools
Work Product Retrieval
Intelligent Tools for Managing Factual Arguments
The Web as Knowledge Tool
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