This month’s Law Practice Today webzine from the ABA Law Practice Management Section focuses on how to implement and utilize paperless strategies in law offices. I had the pleasure of serving as the editor for this issue, and I am very pleased with the result. You can read the following articles at the links provided below, and I hope that you find them helpful:
- Some Thoughts on Becoming Paperless by Ernest Svenson
- Going Paperless for the Law Office: A Practical Guide by Michael J. Morse
- The Document Naming System in Our Paperless Office by Donna Neff and Natalie Sanna
- Less Paper Does Not Equal Less Training (at first!) by Adriana Linares
- The Paperless Office as a Risk Management Enterprise by Jim Calloway
As many of you already know, my family law practice is not paper-based, as all of our documents are scanned and stored digitally. Not only does this make my practice more efficient, I can access all of the documents in all my clients’ files from anywhere, which enables me to work and/or send information to them at any time, no matter where I am. If you want to learn more about how I utilize technology in my practice, I am speaking about this topic at the upcoming MILOfest 2009 seminar, which is being held in Orlando, Florida from November 5 – 7, 2009. You can learn much more about this seminar by clicking here.