Using Computers in the Law Office

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Delmar Cengage Learning, Aug 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 686 pages
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This is the text instructors and students turn to for up-to-date, practical information about how legal assistants can maximize the use of computers to do their work most effectively. Legal timekeeping and billing, case management and docket control software, litigation support software, and Internet legal/factual research are just some of the computer-related topics covered. The material also includes legal applications related to database management, word processing, spreadsheets and presentation graphics. Students will welcome the greatly expanded, hands-on tutorials in this edition. The text also examines the expanded role of new technologies, mobile computing, document management, security, ethics, the electronic courthouse and many other trends in legal computing.

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Brent Roper is an attorney and the successful author of Using Computers in the Law Office.

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