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Being a Connected Lawyer, with Technology

Grant Griffiths has a great article over at Home Office Lawyer that explains his take on being a “connected” lawyer. Obviously, in today’s age, this entails effectively using technology to remain in contact with clients and courts. Two of his tips that I really like revolve around synchronizing multiple computers (to make sure all your files are up-to-date) and the virtue of using videoconferencing. This is definitely a must-read.

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2 Responses to “Being a Connected Lawyer, with Technology”

  1. Grant Griffiths
    October 6th, 2006

    Thanks for the trackback and comments on my post. In todays techno world, we have to be connected. Clients expect and demand it. Courts are slow to come around. But I can see not in the too far future when we can use video conferences to connect with the courts.

  2. Andrew F
    October 7th, 2006

    I think it will be a true step forward when courts begin video conferencing. Your point about using that for small motions and hearings is very good. Why make everyone travel to the courthouse for a 15 minute hearing, when video conferencing can let everyone stay at their office?

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