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What’s Your Score?

Few small law firms can keep up with cutting-edge technologies (big data mining, anyone? predictive analytics?) But a new Small Law Firm Technology Survey and Analysis lets you level-set your technology use realistically alongside other firms your size and overall practice type. Enter your firm profile—size, type(s) of matters—and answer a few questions about how…

MOBILE ERGONOMICS

Recently, I wrote here at Law Technology Today about my office ergonomics set-up.  For this post, I wanted to follow up with gear that I use when not in my office.  Like many lawyers, I spend a fair amount of my time on the go.  Whether you work on trains, in planes, waiting at court,…

Murnane Brandt’s Journey to a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

I’m the IT manager for Murnane Brandt, a nationally recognized law firm founded in 1940 that’s known for its successful complex litigation practice and strong business department. Our headquarters are in St. Paul, Minnesota, and we have branch offices in Bismarck, North Dakota and Hudson, Wisconsin. With more than 80 attorneys and staff, our goal is to…

PC to Mac and Back

Since starting my consulting practice twelve years ago, I’ve made it a practice to purchase a new laptop computer every two years. I’ve been lucky to never have a PC fail (except for a 2-month old Sony Vaio) but I’ve never wanted to take the risk. I live in Microsoft Office and could not run…

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