Can U C Me Now? Videoconferencing in 2017

Thomas P. Tully

Being a solo or small firm attorney means that time is our only commodity, and what we do with this commodity will dictate our personal and professional success. As Benjamin Franklin famously noted, “Time is money.” He also observed that, “A penny saved is a penny earned.” Few technologies available to attorneys increase efficiency while also being cost effective, allowing us to realize both of these maxims. Videoconferencing is one of those technological solutions. Solos and small firm lawyers will encounter many situations in their practices where videoconferencing could save them—and their clients—time and money. Some of the most common ways lawyers can utilize videoconferencing are client meetings, office meetings, mediations, depositions, and even trial testimony.

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