Lawyers Discover Technology

from the it's-about-time... dept

The legal profession, as a whole, has been amazingly slow to latch onto the idea that technology can help their business. However, it appears that may finally be changing. There are a number of tech firms these days that are doing well mainly by selling tech products to lawyers. The article covers a variety of technologies from graphics technology (to create simulations for the court room) to internet access to CRM technology. Maybe this means we'll be dealing with fewer lawyers who don't understand technology, but still feel compelled to file pointless lawsuits about technology.

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    Bobo, 10 Mar 2004 @ 7:36am

    Not so easy

    My software product is intended for lawyers, and it's just not that easy to sell to them.

    Why would someone who bills by the hour want software that saves them time?

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