The 2012 ABA Legal Technology Survey Report
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The 2012 ABA Legal Technology Survey Report: Executive Summary provides a thorough summary of the findings from all six of the 2012 ABA Legal Technology Survey Report volumes: Technology Basics, Law Office Technology, Litigation and Courtroom Technology, Web and Communication Technology, Online Research, and Mobile Lawyers. Topics range from firm purchasing schedules to the use of case management software to the availability of various courtroom technology tools. The Executive Summary also looks at previous versions of the annual survey to provide straightforward analysis of technology trends within the legal profession. The 2012 ABA Legal Technology Survey Report: Executive Summary was produced by the ABA's Legal Technology Resource Center. The ABA Legal Technology Resource Center has surveyed practicing attorneys about their technology choices for more than a decade, and the survey report is recognized as the source for information regarding the use of technology by attorneys in private practice. Learn more about the ABA Legal Technology Survey Report.
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