Hot off the presses from the American Bar Association comes a new book, “The 2008 Solo and Small Firm Legal Technology Guide: Critical Decisions Made Simple” — offering 145 pages of nuts-and-bolts advice and counsel on the current state of legal tech, along with hints of things to come in a whole new frontier.

The book’s plainspoken authors — Washington, D.C., attorney Sharon D. Nelson, backed up by her computer engineer friends, John W. Simek and Michael C. Maschke — address cost-conscious lawyers laboring without the benefit of technology consultants.

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