Tag Archives: paperless

Quick Hits Friday: Paperless Posts Fit to Print

Roundup of some useful posts outlining paperless processes, benefits and the future. Making a believer out of me.

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Electronic Exhibits Mark the End of the Paper Chase

Using iPads, tablets and other mobile devices eliminates paper exhibits, and puts you in control.

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The Paper Tiger is an Endangered Species

Today’s paper tiger is not yesterday’s paper tiger, and is on the verge of mass extinction.

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How Family Law Firm Pines Laurent, LLP went Paperless

With the addition of two associates and other staff, our firm’s decision to go paperless was borne of necessity. Here’s how we did it.

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How Verdin Law Uses Online Software to Onboard Clients in Less than One Hour

A three-lawyer immigration firm becoming a dominant player, with 100% revenue growth three years running, and profit margins upwards of 40% raises the obvious question: what’s the secret?

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Establish Paperless Protocols (Free Book Excerpt)

Creating protocols for handling your law office’s important paper and electronic documents will also help you improve your business practices.

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New Book Alert: “Paperless in One Hour for Lawyers”

Paper comes from all kinds of sources. Opposing counsel. Clients. Post office. Vendors. Pickup this book and learn how to transition to a paperless office.

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Kennedy Mighell Podcast

Demythologizing the Mythical Paperless Office

For many years, lawyers have chased after the holy grail of the paperless office. While the basic techniques and strategies have largely stayed the same and the technology and tools have gotten better, most lawyers and firms have not attained the elusive goal of a “paperless” office. Is the goal simply unachievable or is it just too hard […]

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It Ain’t Easy Being Green…Or Is It?

The amount of paperwork lawyers see on a daily basis would make any environmentalist weep for the future of our forests. I share in environmental concerns, I try to do my part to be green, but when it comes to the practice of law, I often feel like I don’t have much choice. I hear […]

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The Endurance and Evolution of Technology

A recent article, “Technological extinction, Only the digital dies,” in the January 26, 2013 issue of The Economist, got me thinking. The article started with the premise that “The ‘paperless office’ has earned a proud place on lists of technological promises that did not come to pass.” It concluded with the idea that “digital technologies […]

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