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I write a regular legal technology column for the ABA Journal where I focus on a different type of legal software each month. 2020 was my third year covering legal software for the ABA Journal, and for my November column, I rounded up all of the legal software tools I wrote about in 2020. As I explained in the article, at the start of 2020, my plan was to re-visit the types of software I’d…
If nothing else, 2020 was the harbinger of the unexpected. It seemed as if every week, and sometimes even every day, something new and surprising happened. In both personal and professional arenas, it was a year of uncertainty and unpredictability, in large part due to the pandemic. COVID-19 changed everything, and touched all aspects of our lives. Social distancing requirements and stay-at-home orders impacted our social and business interactions, dramatically affecting how and where we…
Every year the International Legal Technology Association conducts a technology survey of firms of all sizes, and the results always provide lots of interesting data on how lawyers are using technology. This year’s Survey was of particular interest due to its timing. Because it was conducted during the first few months of the pandemic, it offers useful insight into COVID-related technology trends, including the ways that law firms are using remote working tools and cloud-based…
If you’re interested in learning about how lawyers are using technology, then the ABA’s annual Legal Technology Survey Report is exactly what you’re looking for. In this Report you’ll find timely statistics regarding the technologies that lawyers are using and how they are being implemented in law firms. Topics covered in the Report include cybersecurity, basic office software, legal-specific software, cloud computing and mobile usage trends, and marketing tools used by law firms. The 2020
In response to the emerging challenges sweeping the legal industry this year, MyCase released a number of features that helped attorneys and supporting staff work full-time from anywhere, engage clients virtually, and continue to get paid promptly with zero disruption to business. In our upcoming virtual workshop, watch Texas attorney and MyCase customer Benson Varghese showcase the new, game-changing features that will help law firms stay competitive and resilient in 2021. Attend our 5 Game-Changing
Every year the American Bar Association releases The Legal Technology Survey Report. The Report offers timely statistics regarding the technologies that lawyers are using and how they are being implemented in law firms. Topics covered in the Report include cybersecurity, basic office software, legal-specific software, cloud computing and mobile usage trends, and marketing tools used by law firms. The 2020 Report was released a few weeks ago and its results reflect responses obtained from members…