Some of the biggest fans of law office technology are solo practitioners.

Take Thomas Thurmond: He practices estate planning law in Vacaville, halfway between San Francisco and Sacramento. “I think the big changes in technology since the early ’80s have enabled small practitioners to step up and compete effectively with much larger firms,” he asserts. It may not put them in the running for work from Fortune 500 companies, but technology has helped them handle highly complex litigation.

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