WITH inexpensive iMacs and iBooks the latest rage among consumers, and with application service providers (ASPs) promising platform-independent software, Apple is no longer an impossible buy for legal environments. In fact, we've been so intrigued by the sudden re-emergence of Apple that we decided to devote a special section to Macs in law. Anthony Paonita profiles New Orlean's Aubert & Pajares; Randy Singer details some of the latest offerings for Mac-addict lawyers; and our new Snap Shot page spotlights three Sacramento partners who love their Macs almost as much as tennis. Finally, Frederick Hertz describes his adventures upgrading his solo Mac shop.
Of course, we would never ignore the rest of you: Check out our report on the launch of Windows 2000! And the latest on handheld devices, including the new color-screen Palm IIIc.
Next month: A report from ABA TECHSHOW 2000, and an update on law firm Web sites!