Most weeks we write about computer software or how to surf the World Wide Web for fun or profit. This week we take time out to mention three of the better computer-related books that have arrived in the last couple of months. Two are addressed specifically to lawyers, and will probably be more useful for lawyers who are new to integrating the computer with the practice of law. The third is a techie reference perfect for a lawyer who wants to put a Web site together without hiring Web designers and programmers.

A LAWYER’S ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO COMPUTER ASSISTED PRESENTATIONS

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