In 2009, people lost homes, lost jobs and lost hope.

The National Law Journal reported that in the past year, the 250 largest law firms across the country laid off more than 5,000 attorneys. The economic crisis has devoured our financial security and has emboldened many attorneys to take the plunge into entrepreneurship. Both those who have just taken the plunge into solo practice and those who have long grappled with the struggles and triumphs of self-employment are faced with the challenge of keeping up with technology effectively and cost-efficiently; however, sometimes the old ways are the best ways.

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