The compact convenience of the Palm-Connected product line from Palm Computing/3Com has not been missed by attorneys. This light, handheld wonder has transformed the contact management and calendars of many poor saps, who, like me, just loathed carrying around those bulky day planners. And it keeps getting better. Thankfully, software engineers recognize the needs in the legal market and continually produce nifty if not invaluable tools for the Palm platform.

Have you ever found a pleasant way to keep track of your billing? It probably won’t happen. However, now you can use a Palm handheld to help keep track of those lost minutes and hours. There are a number of time keeping programs now available for the Palm platform (Palm Pilot, Palm III, Palm V, Palm VII, and the Handspring Visor) that will address lawyers’ penchant for billing accurately.

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