Who wouldn’t want a dictation fairy? Someone to pull notes and reports out of your head while you sleep, to type them up, and then neatly tuck them into your case files for when you come in the next morning.

We all would, because dictation is too often the log jam that backs up a firm’s work flow. Getting dictation typed, proofread and filed can be the difference between a firm that’s caught up and one that’s constantly running behind.

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