Using Computers in the Law: An Introduction and Practical Guide

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West Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1988 - Information storage and retrieval systems - 288 pages
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data bases It is my experience that the legal community is not enlightened
computers can be useful in a law practice This is particularly useful for those
Chapter Two Law Office Without Walls

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About the author (1988)

Mary Ann Mason is the first woman to be appointed Graduate Dean at University of California, Berkeley. A former lawyer, she can speak from personal experience about the struggle to balance family responsibilities and a fast-track career. A national expert on child custody issues, Mason is author of
From Father's Property to Children's Rights, The Custody Wars, and The Equality Trap.
Eve Mason Ekman is a medical social worker in the San Francisco County General Hospital Emergency room and also curates art exhibits locally and nationally. She has a Masters in Social Work from the University of California where she was the editor, founder and art director of an interdisciplinary
publication between the schools of Journalism and Social Welfare.

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