Lawyers provide legal information to clients and courts of law. The key word is information. With it, we can retain clients, render services, and manage the business of law. And with developments in information technology, we can continually improve our receipt, analysis, and delivery of legal information and account for its costs and remuneration.
With information technology, we can provide better legal services with research tools from the likes of LexisNexis and Westlaw Next and software from e-discovery vendors like Guidance Software, Kroll Ontrack, and StoredIQ that help manage and archive information, as well as cull, produce, and review data for evidence. Transactional lawyers can benefit from document assembly tools and litigators can improve their chances for success with trial technology and internet research. We can also better manage our business with time-and-billing programs, as well as case and matter management applications installed on premise or in the cloud from the likes of Clio and Rocket Matter.
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