Ashford, Warwick
November 2007
Computer Weekly;11/20/2007, p78
Trade Publication
The article reports that law firms are not tapping into the full potential of technology to add value to the business. According to an online survey of lawyers by the British legal firm Kemp Little, lawyers at 114 multinational companies found that most respondents were enthusiastic about the potential for technology and thought law firms could try harder with their web sites. The survey found that most law departments use technology to enable lawyers to work from home, with mobile technology well established.


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