March 01, 2012

Five Cutting-Edge Front-Office Tools

Alan J. Klevan

Technology has made it easier for lawyers to work on anything, with anyone, whenever and wherever they want. It is the integration of this technology with their practices, however, that leaves lawyers wondering if their technology choices were proper. Before making “back-office” or “front-office” decisions, attorneys should ask themselves what they want their offices to look like, what are their desired goals, and what steps they wish to take to ensure achieving their goals. To that end, attorneys should consider creating a map of how they want their office to function. Once that map is drawn, it is easier to plug in the tools to accomplish these functions.

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