Law Office Hardware
The Law Office Hardware section of FindLaw's Legal Technology Center provides free resources related to office equipment commonly used in law practice. Technology such as computers, peripherals, telephones and conferencing, and other office equipment are all important to the operation of every successful law practice. FindLaw provides free information to help you increase the efficiency and productivity of your law practice through law office hardware technology.
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What You Can Get for Under $500: New Laptops
A recent survey of law technology reveals that solo and small law firm lawyers spend $500 or less each year on work-related technology.Is Your Computer Still Necessary? Practicing Law with a Tablet
You may already be using a tablet to some extent in your law practice. But will a tablet be able to replace your desktop or laptop altogether?
Lawyers Get Printer-Scanner-Copier All-in-Ones for Under $200
There are plenty of models available for under $200. Let's take a look at what you can expect in that price range.
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Law firms are investing in their technology environments. While this process will ultimately help attorneys and staff work smarter and faster, law firms often underestimate how much tech support their end users will need.
In courtrooms around the country, attorneys will find it easier to utilize audio, visual, and computer equipment to tell a story to juries. Whether you're trying a civil or criminal case, the impact that these technology tools can have on your case can be well worth the effort.
Firms must create integrated programs and embrace available technology to stem the tide of paper in the law firm.
With only two attorneys on staff, this small firm firm must leverage technology in order to maintain productivity, work more efficiently, and control administrative and staffing costs.
Like any law firm, dictation is an important part of our daily efforts, but unfortunately it has not always been a smooth process. Since going digital we have not lost a single dictation, and we have also managed to cut our costs.
Will a tablet be able to replace a lawyer's desktop or laptop altogether?