The Washington want ads: a guide to legal careers in the Federal Government
Law Student Division of the American Bar Association, 1978 - Law - 154 pages
This manual for the practitioner helps to define the needs of the law office for a computer and describes the many functions that the computer can perform in the law office, including: client bills and aging; docket control; financial and management reports; substantive systems for probate, divorce, and collections; and more.
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