Above The Law posted a recent book review by Nicole Black, “Choosing Remote Working Technology For Your Law Firm In 2020: A How-To Guide”, regarding “The 2020 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide” by Sharon Nelson, John Simek and Michael Maschke. Nicole Black is a Rochester, New York attorney and Director of Business and Community Relations at MyCase, web-based law practice management software.
The 2020 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide is updated annually and provides a vast array of technology advice.
Now that you’ve been practicing law virtually for a month or more, you’ve no doubt become acutely aware of your law firm’s remote working technology deficiencies. As a result, you’re probably considering adding new software and hardware to your law firm’s technology arsenal. But, you may be feeling overwhelmed by your options and concerned about making uninformed choices. Rest assured, you’re not alone.
The 2020 Solo And Small Firm Legal Technology Guide
The good news is that a great resource available for small law firm lawyers seeking to invest in new technologies was just released by ABA Publishing: The 2020 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide, written by Sharon D. Nelson, John W. Simek, and Michael C. Maschke.
This comprehensive guide is updated annually and provides a vast array of technology advice, ranging from how to choose hardware for your law firm to legal software recommendations. If your law firm is in the market for new hardware, including laptops, smartphones, printers, or networking equipment, this book has you covered. Similarly, if your firm is in need of legal software to help you manage law firm documents, improve productivity, or secure your law firm’s systems, you’re sure to find tips on how to choose the software that will be the best fit for your law firm.
Top Remote Working Recommendations From The Guide
Since we’re in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, and law firms across the country are facing similar challenges as a result of unexpectedly shifting to a remote workforce, I’ll be highlighting some of the top tools covered in this guide that will help firms successfully practice law virtually despite having a distributed workforce.