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Technology
General

2000 - A Computer Odyssey by Allen L. Shapiro and Robert S. McNeil (Technology & Practice Guide - Summer 1998, v. 2, no. 2)

Advice for Beginners: How to Get Started by R. Hunter Manson (GP Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - June 1999 - v. 16, no. 4)

Avoid these 7 Costly Traps When Hiring a Computer Consultant by Phillip M. Perry Law Practice Management - April 1998 (v. 24, n. 3)

Bridge Over the Millennium: From Information Revolution to Information Renaissance by Samuel A. Guiberson (Law Practice Management - November/December 1997 - v. 23, no. 8)

Charting Legal Technology Strategy: Advancing On All Fronts by Kingsley Martin (Law Practice Management - May/June 2000, p. 21)

Computer as Lawyer-Saving Device, The by Marc Lauritsen (Law Practice Management - November/December 1999, p. 49)

Computerizing the Small Firm: Tales of a Survivor by William R. Purcell, II (The North Carolina State Bar Journal - Spring 1997, p. 10) Confessions of A Software Junkie by Cynthia Alicea Dade (GP, Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - December 1999, v. 15, no. 6) Donating Used Computer Equipment by Sheryn Bruehl (GP, Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - April/May 2000, p. 38) Don't Let Your Firm's Proprietary Information Walk Out the Door by Samuel Lewis (GP, Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - April/May 2000, p. 46)

Essentials of Backing Up Your Files by Ruth Davey (GP Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - June 1999 - v. 16, no. 4)

Expediting Updates by Joshua J. Kaufman (The Washington Lawyer - July/August 1997 - v. 11, no. 6)

How to Conduct On Premises Discovery of Computer Records by Joseph L. Kashi, (Law Practice Management - March 1998 - v. 24, no. 2)

How to Plan For and Get the Technology You Want by Ellen Freedman (Pennsylvania Lawyer - September/October 2000, p. 40)

Is your Job in Jeopardy? by Rebecca Thompson Nagel (Law Office Computing - June/July 1998 v. 8, no. 3)

Knowledge is Power: Latest Concepts in Information Management by Sheryn Bruehl and Ross L. Kodner (Law Office Computing - February/March 2000, p. 70)

Lawyer, The: Brain Power vs. Computer Power by Richard C. Reed (Law Practice Management - March 1999 - v. 25, no. 2.)

Lawyering in Cyberspace by John Greenya (The Washington Lawyer - July/August 1998, v. 12, no. 6)

Lawyer's Cockpit, The by Jackson S. White (Virginia Lawyer - April 1997 - v. 45 no. 9)

Litigating in Cyberspace: Discovery of Electronic Information by James K. Lehman (South Carolina Lawyer - March/April 1997 - v. 8, no. 5)

Morning in the Life of a Lawyer in 2003, A: How Technology May Change Your Professional Life in the Near Future by David Narkiewicz (Pennsylvania Lawyer - September/October 2000, p. 27)

Planning a Winning Technology Strategy by Stuart H. Grozbean (Technology & Practice Guide, Summer 1998, v. 2, no. 2)

Prospering in the Vision-Curmudgeon Demilitarized Zone by G. Burgess Allison, (Law Practice Management - March 2000, p. 13)

Saving Practice Data: Protect Critical Law Firm Information by Joseph L. Kashi (Law Office Computing - April/May 1999, v. 9, no. 2.)

Seven Things Every Lawyer Needs to Know About Software Contracts by Randy D. Rinicella (Cleveland Bar Journal - November 98, p. 24)

Staying Virus-Free by Jeffrey J. Beard (Law Practice Management - January/February 1998, v. 24, no. 1)

Taking Control of Technology: What Small Firm Decision Makers Need to Know by Gary A. Munneke (GP, Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - December 1999, p. 4)

Taking It to the Next Level: Redefining Technology and Revolutionizing Services by John Hokkanen (Law Practice Management - May/June 2000, p. 18)

Tips from the Court: Technology Tips for Every Lawyer by Daniel S. Coolidge, Bruce L. Dorner and Ross L. Kodner Law Office Computing - October/November 1998, v. 8, no. 5)

Topling the Giants: Can Solo Lawyers Use Technology to Compete with Larger Firms and Win? by Sandy Ramlet (Law Office Management - January/February 2000, p. 34)

Upgrading Super Guide: Everything You Need to Know to Pull Off the Perfect Upgrade by Joseph L. Kashi and Ross Kodner ( Law Office Computing - August/September 1999, v. 9, no. 4) Upgrading: When and Why by Michael Trittipo (GP, Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - December 1998, v. 15, no. 6)

Using Technology to Gain an Edge on the Competition: An Interview with Fred Bartlit by David J. Bilinsky (Law Practice Management - July/August 1997 - v. 23, no. 5)

Virtual Law Office, The: Reengineering the Practice of Law for the Digital Age by Jeffrey M. Aresty (GP, Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - December 1999, p.8)

What Can You Do With an Old Computer by Robert Woodke (GPSolo June 2000, p.26)

When Does the Consultant Go Too Far? By Tim L. Mellitz (GPSolo June 2000, p. 30)

Application Service Providers

ASP Craze, The: The Future of Law Office Computing? By Andrew Z. Adkins, III (Law Office Computing - October/November 2000, p. 68)

Beware the Sting of the ASP: Convenient, but Control Issues Can be a Pain by David Beckman and David Hirsch (ABA Journal - November 2000, p. 72)

Case Management

7 Steps to Case Management Nirvana by Rebecca Thompson Nagel (Law Office Computing - December/January 1999, v. 8, no. 6)

Adventures of Corporate Counselor by Cary Griffith (Law Office Computing-December/January 1998 - v.7, no. 6) Shopper's guide to six corporate case management applications.

Case for Case Management, The by Ross L. Kodner (Law Practice Management - October 2000, p. 20)

Case Management System Software: The New Generation by Andrew Z. Adkins, III (GP, Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - December 1999, p.38)

Contact Management Software Puts a Networking "GoldMine" at Your Fingertips by Dennis M. Kennedy (Law Practice Management - March 1999 - v. 25, no. 2.)

Happily Ever After: One Lawyer's Quest for the Perfect Case Management Program by Mary Micheletti (Law Office Computing - December/January 2000 - p. 50) Why use case management?

Just My Size by: Tom O'Connor (Law Office Computing - December/January 2000 - p. 62) Fully integrated management programs.

Probing the Mists: A Day in the Life of A PIMed Lawyer by David J. Bilinsky (Law Practice Management - April 1999, v. 25, no. 3.)

Shopper's Guide to Personal Information Managers by Michael Jimmerson (Law Office Computing-February/March 1998 - v.8, no. 1) Compares 20 new applications to organize your practice.

Software Shoot-Out: Case Management in the Spotlight by Alan S. Adler and David Greenwald (Law Office Computing-October/November 1997 - v. 7, no. 5) Compares Amicus and Abacus.

Tales of the Case Manager by Aaron P. Morris (Law Office Computing-December/January 1998 - v.7, no. 6) Compares features of 11 popular case management applications.

Trailblazers: Pioneering PIMS to Coral A Range of Information by J. Michael Jimmerson (Law Office Computing - April/May 2000, p. 84)

What's On the Menu by Sheryn Bruehl (Law Office Computing - December/January 2000 - p. 54) Describes available case management programs.

Computer Hardware, Networks, Software Utilities & Peripherals

24 Things You Can Do With A Palm Connected Organizer by Jeffrey J. Beard (Law Office Computing - October/November 1999 - p.74)

37 Essential Utilities by Michael Jimmerson Law Office Computing - October/November 1998, v. 8, no. 5)

ABC's of Upgrading PCs by David Beckman and David Hirsch ABA Journal - March 1998, v. 84.

All the Right Writeable CD Drives by J. Michael Jimmerson (Law Office Computing - June/July 1999 v. 9, no. 3)

Annual Hardware Review and All-Geek Roundup, The by G.Burgess Allison Law Practice Management (November/December 1998, v.24, no. 8)

Annual "Tech Update" Hardware Review, The by G. Purgess Allison - (Law Practice Management - November/December 1999, p.12)

At Your Fingertips: Implementing Hand Held Computers by Jeffrey J. Beard (Law Office Computing - December/January 2000 - p. 14)

Buying Computers: Getting the Most Bang for Your Buck by Joseph L. Kashi Law Practice Management - May/June 1998 (v. 24, no. 4)

Consider the Alternative: No Substitute for Subnotebook Computers by Joseph L. Kashi and Thomas Boedeker (Law Office Computing - April/May 2000, p. 32)

Digital Showdown: How Three Digital Cameras Stack Up by Daryl Teshima (Law Office Computing - June/July 1999, v. 9, no. 3)

Circuit Court (Plus One) Does Comdex by Ross L. Kodner, Bruce Dorner, Dan Coolidge and Sheryn Bruehl check out (Law Office Computing - February/March 2000, p. 74)

Digital Voice Recorders by Jeffrey M. Allen (GPSolo June 2000, p. 8)

Full Speed Ahead: Which New Technology Will Take You There by Joseph Kashi and Thomas Boedeker (Law Office Computing - February/March 2000, p. 26)

Gadgets, Gadgets Everywhere by Daniel S. Coolidge, Bruce L. Dorner and Ross L. Kodner (Law Office Computing - June/July 1998 v. 8, no. 3)

Gadgets Galore by J. Michael Jimmerson (Law Office Computing - June/July 1998 v. 8, no. 3)

Golden Apple, The? Law Firms Are Once Again Being Tempted by the Macintosh by David A. Saraceno Law Office Computing - October/November 1998, v. 8, no. 5)

Hot Hardware: What to Buy in 1999 by Joseph L. Kashi and Thomas Boedeker (Law Office Computing - April/May 1999, v. 9, no. 2.)

Macintosh Legal Comback by Randy B. Singer Law Office Computing - August/September 2000, Page 78)

No Backup System? Get one - Today by Hope Viner Samborn (ABA Journal, October 1999, p. 74) What backup system do you need?

Out of This World: Courtroom 21 by Karen Lawrence Coleman (Law Office Computing - December/January 2000 - p.18)

Palm Power: Using Personal Technology to Outmaneuver the Competition by Larry Bodine (Law Practice Management - September 2000, p. 20)

Palmtops: The Winning Hand by Kenneth E. Johnson - Compares 4 leading hand held computers. (Law Office Computing August/September 1998 - v. 8, no. 4)

Peripheral Vision: Zippy PC Add-ons are Launch Pad for any Lawyer's Show-and-Tell by Reid Goldsborough ABA Journal - March, 1998, v. 84.

Pocket-Sized Practice by Hope Viner Samborn (ABA Journal - November 2000, p. 84)

Power Up by Michael Jimmerson (Law Office Computing - December/January 2000 - p.95) Information on the best multi-device AC adapter and surge protection for portable computers.

Secure Your Computer Data by Michael R. Arkfeld (Arizona Attorney - May 1999 - v. 35, no. 9)

Security Systems: Protective Measures Against Hackers by G. C. Eric Brumfield (GP Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - June 1999 - v. 16, no. 4)

Shareware Test Drive: 40+ Programs You Can Try Before You Buy by J. Michael Jimmerson ( Law Office Computing - August/September 1999, v. 9, no. 4)

Shootout in the Handheld Corral: Handspring Visor Delux vs. Palm Vx by Jeffrey J. Beard, (Law Office Computing - February/March 2000, p. 44)

Squaring Off With Jaz: Castlewood High Capacity Drives by J. Michael Jimmerson (Law Office Computing - October/November 2000, p. 97)

Staying in Sync: Transfering Information From Desktop to Notebook is Easy With the Right Equipment by J. Michael Jimmerson (Law Office Computing - June/July 1998 v. 8, no. 3)

Technology for Tightwads: Law Office Essentials on a Budget (GPSolo June 2000, p. 16)

Think Again: Tools to Help You Organize, Analyze and Strategize by Stephen J. Harhai Law Practice Management (November/December 1998, v.24, no. 8)

Tuning Up Your Old Office Network by Joseph L. Kashi (Law Office Computing-December/January 1998 - v.7, no. 6) Cost-effective ways to improve your office network without replacing all your computers.

Which Palm to Use (Law Office Computing - October/November 1999, p. 34) Compares the Palm V and Palm IIIx.

E-Filing

E-Files, The: Update: E-Filing in the Courts by Michael R. Arkfeld (Law Practice Management - March 2000, p. 48)

E-Filing: The Battle for the Courts by Mary Micheletti (Law Office Computing - April/May 1999, v. 9, no. 2.)

E-Filings: Making Courts More Accessible by Thomas O' Connor (GP Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - June 1999 - v. 16, no. 4)

Email

Control vs. Privacy: Why You May Need a Formal E-mail Policy by Theresa E. Loscalzo The Pennsylvania Lawyer - September/October 1997

E-Mail Confidentiality: Legal and Practical Considerations by Stephen Masciocchi (Law Practice Management - October 1998, v. 24, no. 7)

E-Mail Security: What Can I Do To Protect My Messages? by Brian C. O'Reilly and Bruce A. Barney (GP, Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - December 1999, v. 15, no. 6)

How to Collect Your E-Mail Anywhere or Almost Anywhere by David W. Maher (Law Practice Management November/December 1997 - v. 23, no. 8)

Lawyer's Use for Email by Gregory H. Siskind (Tennessee Bar Journal - October 1999, p. 29)

Legal Ethics and the Internet: Ethical Considerations in Electronic Communications between Attorneys and Clients by Ronald W. Nelson (GPSolo - March 2000, p.20)

Lost? No. Found? Yes: Those Computer Tapes and E-Mails are Evidence by Joan E. Feldman and Larry G. Johnson (GPSolo - March 2000, p. 8) Putting E-Mail to Use in Your Practice by Stuart Levine (GP, Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - December 1999, v. 15, no. 6)

Quick Court: Using Technology to Help Achieve "Speedy Justice" by Lisa L. Granite (Pennsylvania Lawyer - September/October 2000, p. 44)

Secure E-Mail by Josh Blackman (Law Office Computing - December/January 1999, v. 8, no. 6)

Several Things that Bug Me! A Few Ideas on What to Do With Spam by Kevin Lee Thomason (Law Office Computing - August/September 2000, p. 26)

Software Shoot-Out: Eudora v. Netscape v. Outlook by Kenneth Johnson (Law Office Computing-February/March 1998 - v.8, no. 1) Compares e-mail capabilities of three popular Internet e-mail programs.

Ethics & Security

Are You Protected: Internet Security is a Growing Concern by Mary Micheletti (Law Office Computing - October/November 2000, p. 82)

Under Attack: Legal Experts Discuss Security in the Law Office (Technodebate - Law Office Computing - October/November 2000, Page 8)

Internet & Lawyer Web Sites

10 Ways to Protect Your Privacy on the Internet by Samuel Lewis The Florida Bar News - Deember 15, 1997

10 Steps to a $600 Web Site by Kevin Lee Thomason (Law Office Computing - April/May 1998, v.8, no. 2)

Best Law Office Web Sites - 1999 (Law Office Computing - October/November 1999 - p.64)

Better Than Free: Useful Freebies on the Web by Kevin Thomason (Law Office Computing - February/March 2000, p. 24)

Braving the Internet: How to Avoid the Perils and Discover the Payoffs When Exploring this New Frontier by Paige M. Malerman (The Philadelphia Lawyer - Summer 1997 - v.60, no. 2)

Call In A Professional: How the Internet Can Help Locate the Right Expert for Your Case by Josh Blackman (Law Office Computing - June/July 1998 v. 8, no. 3)

Communicating with Lawyers on the Internet: Courts On Line by Donald E. Shelton (GPSolo - September 2000, p. 50)

Crafting Contracts for Your Web Site by Brian T. Nash and Diane L. Lisowski The Pennsylvania Lawyer - September/October 1997

Deal With the Devil, A?: Web Design & Hosting by Kevin Lee Thomason (Law Office Computing, June/July 2000, p. 30)

Developing a Firm Web Site by Stephan V. Futeral (GP Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - June 1999 - v. 16, no. 4)

DSL: The Next Big Thing (Faster, Better, Cheaper than ISDN) by Erik J. Heels (Law Practice Management - January/February 1999, v. 25, no. 1)

Get Started: Free Home Pages by Sandy Ramlet (Law Practice Management - October 2000, p.18)

Ground Zero: Will You Survive the Internet Explosion? One Firm's Story by John Hokkanen (Law Practice Management - March 1999 - v. 25, no. 2.)

Hard Labor on the Web: Labor and Employment Law Internet Resources by Arlin P. Neser (Law Office Computing - June/July 1998 v. 8, no. 3)

Internet Misuse in the Workplace: A Lawyer's Primer by James Garrity and Eoghan Casey (Florida Bar Journal - November 1998, p. 22)

Internet Use Policies by Michael J. Morse and Charles P. Magyera (GP, Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - April/May 1999 - v. 16, no. 3)

Introduction to Internet Use by Lawyers, An by Sam Byassee (The North Carolina State Bar Journal - Spring 1997 - v. 2, no. 2)

Keep Your Web Site Current! By Barbara J. Morgan (Law Practice Management - March 1999 - v. 25, no. 2.)

Knowledge Transfer: Breaking Boundaries with Web-based Networks by Lee H. Glickenhaus (Law Practice Management - March 1999 - v. 25, no. 2.)

Law Office Applications: Moving from the Desktop to the Web by Neil E. Aresty (GP, Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - December 1999, p.18)

Legal Technology Listserves Visited by Ross L. Kodner (Law Practice Management - October 1997 - v. 23, no. 7)

Limiting the Ethical Risks of Law Firm Web Sites by Steven A. Meyerowitz (Pennsylvania Lawyer - September/October 2000, p. 32)

No Excuses: It's Time to Build Your Firm's Web Site by G. Burgess Allison (Law Office Management - September 1999 - p. 10)

Picking Up Speed: Faster Internet Connection Can Help Your Practice by Joel Bernbaum (Pennsylvania Lawyer - September/October 2000, p. 37)

Practicing Law In Cyberspace by Jeffrey M. Aresty (GP Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - October/November 1999, p. 40)

Preserving Your Domain by N. Stephen Kinsella and Robert E. Rosenthal The Pennsylvania Lawyer - September/October 1997

Privacy Online by Thomas W. Bassett (Technology & Practice Guide - Summer 1998, v. 2, no. 2)

Security (Or, Do You Know Where Your Cleaning Service Is?) by Rick Klau (Law Practice Management - April 2000, p.27)

Site Plan: 12 Steps to Promoting Your Web Site by Dennis M. Kennedy (Law Practice Management - March 2000, p. 40)

Testing Your Web Site Inside and Out by Erik J. Heels (Law Practice Management - March 2000, p. 22)

Trends and Thoughts About the Internet by Edward Poll (GP Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - June 1999 - v. 16, no. 4)

Unplug Your Ears: There's Talk on the Web by Erik J. Heels (Law Practice Management - October 2000, p. 16)

Using Directories to Publicize Your Web Site by Erik J. Heels (Law Practice Management - May/June 2000, p. 14)

Warp Speed Ahead: The Newest, Fastest and Cheapest Ways to Connect to the Internet by Kevin Lee Thomason (Law Office Computing - February/March 1999 v. 9, no. 1)

Intranets Building a Better Bulletin Board by Steven S. Stern (GP, Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - December 1999, v. 15, no. 6)

Knowledge Transfer: Breaking Boundaries with Web-based Networks by Lee H. Glickenhaus (Law Practice Management - March 1999 - v. 25, no. 2.)

One Hour Intranet, The by Kevin Lee Thomason (Law Office Computing - June/July 1998 v. 8, no. 3)

Web Technology: The Competitive Law Firm of the 21st Century by Brett C. Donn (Texas Bar Journal - July 1999 - v. 62, no. 6)

Legal Research/Factual Research

1999 Top Legal Research Web Sites by Kenneth E. Johnson and Richard J. Krzyminiski (Law Office Computing - April/May 1999, v. 9, no. 2.)

20 Tips for Effective Web Research by Kenneth E. Johnson (Law Office Computing - April/May 1998, v.8, no. 2)

Are You Still Buying Books? by Dean M. Boland (Cleveland Bar Journal - June 1997 - v.68, no. 8)

Case of Doctor Y, The by Genie Tyburski - Internet resources to investigate medical experts. (Law Office Computing August/September 1998 - v. 8, no. 4)

Citation Showdown: A Head to Head Look at Key Cite, Shepard's Citations & Global Cite by Matthew Williamson (Law Office Computing - October/November 2000, p. 64)

Cite Wars: Shapard's v. KeyCite by Daryl Teshima (Law Office Computing - October/November 1999 - p. 59)

Database Detectives: Lawyers Are Using the Internet to Hunt Information and Win Big (ABA Journal - January 2000, p. 60)

Federal Case Law: Best Choice for Research by Nina Platt (Law Office Computing - June/July 1998 v. 8, no. 3)

Finding Great Things on the Net by G. Burgess Allison (Law Practice Management - March 1998 - v. 24, no. 2)

History Online: Using the Net for Legislative History Research by John Blackman (Law Office Computing - April/May 1998, v.8, no. 2)

In Search ofï¾… Everything? The Best Online Resources for Finding the Private Company Information Your Really Want by Genie Tyburski (Law Office Computing August/September 1999, v. 9, no. 4)

Litigator's Ultimate Guide to the Internet: 50+ Web Sites You Shouldn't Practice Without by Mary Micheletti (Law Office Computing - October/November 1999 - p.54)

New Online Gateways: Xchange and westlaw.com by Daryl Teshima Law Office Computing - October/November 1998, v. 8, no. 5)

Online Legal Research: Clients Demand a Cost-Effective Approach by Burch Schulte (GPSolo June 2000, p. 57)

Right Information at the Right Time, The: How Oliver's Cases Can Help You by Edward Poll (GP, Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - December 1999, p.42)

Searching for the Bull's-Eye by Michelle Schmidt (Law Practice Management - October 2000, p. 24)

Search is On, The: Researching Legislative Issues Online by Genie Tybursky (Law Office Computing - October/November 1999 - p.84)

Selecting the Right Tools For Your Firm by Cary Griffith (Law Office Computing - April/May 1998, v.8, no. 2)

Software Shoot-Out: The Challengers to Lexis and Westlaw by Nina Platt (Law Office Computing-December/Janaury 1998 - v.7, no. 6)

Software Shoot-Out: Lexis-Nexis Office 97 vs. Westmate 6.3 (Law Office Computing - April/May 1998, v.8, no. 2)

Surf and You Shall Find by Genie Tyburski (Law Office Computing - December/January 2000 - p. 84) Small company research on the Internet.

Thinking Intellectual Property: Resources for Finding the Best I.P. Information in Electronic Format by Nina Platt (Law Office Computing - February/March 1999 v. 9, no. 1)

Up to the Plate: New Services Looking to Grab Small Firms & Solos by Hope Viner Sanborn (ABA Journal July 2000, p. 46)

Use the Web to Check Out Those Applicants by Phillip M. Perry (Law Practice Management - March 2000, p. 53)

Litigation Support

3-D Computer Animation Evidence: It's More Than Just Cartoons in the Courtroom by David J. Richter (Technology & Practice Guide - Summer 1998, v. 2, no. 2)

Big Picture: Using Graphics in Your Practice is Easier Than You Think by John C. Tredennick, Jr. (Law Practice Management - July/August 1998, v. 24, no. 5)

Click Onto World Wide Web Deps: Services Offer Real Time Advantages by Hope Viner Samborn (ABA Journal - October 2000, p. 72)

Computerized Presentations in the Courtroom by Deborah A. Coleman and Jeffrey A. Brauer (Cleveland Bar Journal - November 98, p. 12)

Cyber Justice: Automated Litigation Support Reaches New Heights by Tom O'Connor (Law Office Computing, June/July 2000, p. 54)

Deploying Extranets for Joint Defense Litigation by Chris Montgomery (Law Practice Quarterly - December 1999, p. 9)

Deposition Management Software Can Make Trial Preparation Easier by Michael G. Smith (The Arkansas Lawyer - Spring 1997 - v. 32, no. 2)

Electronic Trial Notebooks - Search for the Holy Grail by John C. Tredennick (Law Practice Management - September 1997 - v. 23, no. 6)

Face Facts: Make the Most of Your Case Chronology by Greg Krehel (Law Practice Management - November/December 1999, p.45)

Harvesting Information Fields: Databases Yield Fast Facts by David Beckman and David Hirsch (ABA Journal - November 1998)

How to Conduct A Digital Trial by Alan J. Seinberg & Bruce Olson (Law Practice Quarterly - December 1999, p. 5)

How to Conduct On-Premises Discovery of Computer Records: Part One - Obtaining the Data by Joe Kashi (Law Practice Quarterly - December 1999, p. 7)

Lights, Camera, Action! By Milton Hooper (Law Office Computing - December/January 2000 - p. 74.) When it comes to court presentations, the Web is you stage.

Lit Support for Everyone: Immigration Attorney Shows How Litigation Support Can be Used for Almost Any Practice by Alexander H. Lubarsky (Law Office Computing - June/July 1999, v. 9, no. 3)

Litigation Support Roundup by Aaron P. Morris (Law Office Computing - June/July 1998 v. 8, no. 3)

Mind Maping Your Way to Superior Legal Work: A Discussion about Thought-Organizing Software, technodebate ( Law Office Computing - August/September 1999, v. 9, no. 4) On With the Show: Dynamite Trial Presentations by Bruce Olson & Tim Piganelli (Law Office Computing, June/July 2000, p. 62)

Putting the Pieces Together: Utilizing Technology to Educate Yourself, The Court, and the Jury by Bob Moss (GPSolo June 2000, p. 50)

Real Time: Revolutionary Court Technology by Glenn E. Blazek (Law Practice Management - March 1999 - v. 25, no. 2.)

Realtime Depositions by Daryl Teshima (GPSolo June 2000, p. 42)

Shopper's Guide to Litigation Support (Law Office Computing - June/July 1999, v. 9, no. 3)

Ten Tips for Selecting a Litigation Support Vendor by Milton Hooper (Law Office Computing - October/November 1997 - v.7, no. 5) Small firms can compete with the big boys if they can learn to properly manage paper flow in important cases.

Ultimate Litigation Support Weapon, The: Summation and CaseMap3 Combined by Bruce A. Olson (Law Office Computing, June/July 2000, p. 16) Operating Systems

Fixing Window Pains by Joseph L. Kashi and Thomas Boedeker (Law Office Computing - June/July 1999, v. 9, no. 3)

Linux in the Law Office by Sheryn Bruehl and Ross Kodner (Law Office Computing - August/September 2000, Page 66)

Sneak Preview: Windows 98 by Michael Jimmerson (Law Office Computing - April/May 1998, v.8, no. 2)

Switching to Windows by Joseph L. Kashi and Thomas Boedeker (Law Office Computing - June/July 1998 v. 8, no. 3)

Windows 2000: Does Microsoft's Newest OS Deliver? by J. Michael Jimmerson (Law Practice Management - April 2000, p. 22)

Windows 2000: Features in a Nutshell by J. Michael Jimmerson (Law Practice Management - March 2000, p. 21)

Practice Specific Software

Computerized Voice Stress Analyzer, The: Modern Technological Innovation or "The Emperor's New Clothes"? by John J. Palmatier (GP Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - June 1999 - v. 16, no. 4)

HUD to HUD by Denise Ward - Compares Reesa Clsoing System 3.2, Easy-HUD RESPA 9.2 and Power Closer 2.959 (Law Office Computing August/September 1998 - v. 8, no. 4)

Overview of Estate Planning Software, An by Arlin P. Neser (Law Office Computing - April/May 1998, v.8, no. 2)

Shopper's Guide to Immigration Software by Alexander H. Lubarsky (Law Office Computing - February/March 1999 v. 9, no. 1)

Software Shoot-Out: Affordable Corporate Secretary Software by Cary Griffith (Law Office Computing-August/September 1997 - v.7, no. 4)

Scanning

Image is Everything by Ross L. Kodner (Law Office Computing - June/July 1998 v. 8, no. 3)

Scan Alone: Microtek ImageDeck Portable Scanner (Law Office Computing - October/November 1999 - v. 9, no. 5) Short review of scanner which does not need a computer, only a power source.

Software Shootout: OCR Wars: A Three Way Battle for Your Scanning Dollar by Steven Schmidt (Law Office Computing - February/March 1999 v. 9, no. 1)

Worth the Weight: Scanning Made Easy With HP's Portable E-Copier by J. Michael Jimmerson Law Office Computing - August/September 2000, Page 82)

Telecommuting & The Virtual Law Office

Is Telecommuting for You? by Norman K. Clark The Pennsylvania Lawyer - September/October 1997

Making the Virtual Law Firm Real by Joseph L. Kashi (Law Office Computing, June/July 2000, p. 76)

Phoning It In: Telecommuting Gives Best of Both Worlds by Hope Viner Samborn (ABA Journal - January 1999 - v. 85)

Portable Law Office, The: Or the New Meaning of Small by Richard Rogers (GP Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - June 1999 - v. 16, no. 4)

Running Two Law Offices With One Computer by Cynthia Alicea Dade (GP Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - June 1999 - v. 16, no. 4)

Telephones

It's Not Your Father's Telephone! by Bill Porter (Technology & Practice Guide - Summer 1998, v. 2, no. 2)

Time, Billing & Accounting

Quickbooks Workarounds by Joseph L. Kashi and Thomas Boedeker ( Law Office Computing - August/September 1999, v. 9, no. 4)

Shopper's Guide to Time and Billing Software by Arlin P. Neser (Law Office Computing - April/May 1998, v.8, no. 2)

Shopper's Guide to Accounting Software by Tom O'Connor Law Office Computing - October/November 1998, v. 8, no. 5)

Time is Money: What to Look for in a Time and Billing System (Oregon State Bar Bulletin- August/September 1996)

Time On Your Side: Choose the Perfect Billing System For Your Practice by Mary Micheletti (Law Office Computing - February/March 2000, p. 66)

Timeshipsᆴナ When Time IS Money by Alan Pearlman (GP, Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - December 1999, p.36)

Your Next Billing System: What You Should Consider Before You Buy by James A. Eidelman (Law Practice Management - April 2000, p. 44)

Videoconferencing

Lawyer's Guide to Video Conferencing by H. Edward Wesemann (Cleveland Bar Journal - November 98, p. 14)

Videoconferencing: Is it in Your Future by Carrie Herschman (GP, Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - December 1999, p. 22)