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Get to Know the Legal Technology Buyer’s Guide

Exploring legal software options can be a daunting task. Where do you start? How do you know you are making the right investment? Will the software meet your team’s needs? No matter if you are shopping for a team of one or a team of 100, the ABA Legal Technology Buyer’s Guide has you covered, from case management and time/billing software to cloud services and litigation tools. The Buyer’s Guide is brought to you by the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center.

You can access the guide directly, or on the homepage of the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center.

The navigation bar at the top of every page of Law Technology Today includes a Buyer’s Guide link.

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The ABA Legal Technology Buyer’s Guide allows you to search for specific products, browse product categories, and email companies directly. If you already know which product you are searching for, you can type it in the search bar on the homepage. The products associated with each category are listed under the headings. To access a full-page view of each category, simply click the heading or a category in the right column for a full product list complete with detailed descriptions.

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Want to have your product listed? The Get Listed tab includes an overview webinar, listing options and pricing, and a listing contract form. Contact Suzie Smith from MCI Group with any additional questions.

Now that you know where to find the Buyer’s Guide and how to use it, you can make informed decisions about your next legal software purchase.

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Law Technology Today
Law Technology Today is the official legal technology blog from the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center (LTRC). Law Technology Today provides lawyers and other legal professionals with current, practical and innovative content developed by some of the leading voices on legal technology.

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