What’s different about this picture? Tasteful prints line the walls at New Orleans’s Aubert & Pajares. The cubicles of assistants are festooned with family photos and kids’ drawings, while the offices of partners are decorated in ways that reflect the firm’s reputation and stability. Think big, solid desks.

Sounds like any other corporate law firm, except for one flourish. Many of the computers are iMacs, the Apple Computer, Inc., machines that come in “fruit flavors.” They are wildly popular among consumers and within certain nonlegal professional niches like publishing. All of the other computers at the firm are Apples, too– an assortment of vintage Power Macintosh 6100s and more up-to-date G3s and G4s.

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