The 2007 ABA Legal Technology Survey Report shows expected increases – and some perhaps unanticipated stagnancy — in lawyers’ use of technology.

Each year, the American Bar Association’s Legal Technology Resource Center surveys private practice attorneys to analyze their use of technology. This year, more than 1,800 ABA members responded, with results reported in five categories: law office technology; litigation and courtroom technology; Web and communication technology; online research; and mobile lawyers.

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