August 01, 2016 Feature

Cloud-Based Document Utilities Every Lawyer Should Be Using

Seth G. Rowland

Change is the only constant. Thirty years ago, when I left law school, the typical law office was overflowing with paper. Filing cabinets lined the walls and were filled with case files and estate documents. A mix of word-processing typewriters and personal computers tied together by “sneaker-net” (transporting floppy disks on foot down the hallway) represented the cutting edge of technology. The Xerox copy machine ruled the roost. When the world of law was ruled by paper, the lawyer was tied to the office where his papers were stored.

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