At My Law License, Brian Tannebaum isn't buying into the iPad hype. In his post, "The Technology Curmudgeon Gives His Technology Secrets," Tannebaum summarizes his firm's set-up--
In my office is a telephone. My receptionist also has one, and so does my secretary. So do the 3 other lawyers in my office and the other support staff. This is how clients normally reach me. In a very non-techy way, my clients, mostly lawyers, law students, and alleged criminals, like to be pretty traditional and come to my office and meet with me. They’re not real big on video conferencing, email, or Starbucks.
There's more about the good-old-days of legal tech in the full post.
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