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The newsletter of the ISBA's Standing Committee on Legal Technology

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Newsletter Articles From 2004

Buy a Mac for your law office By Todd H. Flaming June 2004 This is an unusual request, but it's an important one.
Chair’s column By John T. Doyle September 2004 Welcome to the Standing Committee on Legal Technology! If you are like most lawyers that I and other members of this Committee speak to on a regular basis, you may be fairly proficient at using your computer in your daily practice but you do not have the time to analyze what further technology changes you need to make in order to have your practice more effective and efficient.
Chair’s column By Adrienne W. Albrecht January 2004 As I sit here at my computer preparing for the holiday, I am struck by how much technology has simultaneously enhanced and complicated our lives.
Do a domain By James Bumgarner September 2004 In the Standing Committee on Legal Technology newsletter, June 2004, Vol. 11. No.4, the article "How to Design a Simple Education-Based Web Site for an Individual Attorney" explains what a good law office Web page and its links should contain.
E-filing in Illinois: Closer, but not there yet By Peter Mierzwa January 2004 E-filing is the process of electronically transmitting documents to court instead of manually filing paper documents.
How to design a simple education-based Web site for an individual attorney By Trey Ryder June 2004 As a rule, the more lawyers you have in your firm, the less able you are to focus your Web site's attention on any one lawyer's knowledge and experience.
The latest Apple By Todd H. Flaming May 2004 During the third quarter of the 1984 Super Bowl, Apple Computer introduced the world to the brainchild of Steve Jobs- the Macintosh.
PDF alternatives By Nerino J. Petro January 2004 A current commercial for Adobe's Portable Document Format asks "Is it better to give or to receive a PDF?
Product review: Citrix Metaframe XP By Trent L. Bush September 2004 If your firm is like mine, you tend to procrastinate when it comes to making technology-related decisions.
Technology and the Law Seminar, March 12, 2004 By Patricia M. Fallon May 2004 The Federal Civil Practice committee co-sponsored the "Technology and the Law" Seminar in Chicago on March 12, 2004.
What’s all the fuss about VoIP? Money! A CoLT primer By Peter Mierzwa September 2004 VoIP or Voice Over Internet Protocol is the technology that allows you to make telephone calls using a broadband Internet connection instead of a regular, analog phone line.
Wireless networking: Part I By Nerino J. Petro January 2004 We're finally reaching a point where myth and technology are actually catching up with one another.