Law Journal Extra!

Mid-April 1998

Voice Recognition

Time and Billing

Practice Management

Notebooks and PDAs

CD-ROM Networking

Internet, Intranets and Extranets

Litigation Support

Security

Videoconferencing

Desktop Computers

Tools for Office Management

WHAT TECHNOLOGY tools do legal administrators need to keep their offices productive and profitable? What's hot? What are the big trends?

We selected 10 categories of products used in today's law firms and law departments -- and looked back about six months to see which products were generating the most interest among LTPN's readers.

And so we bring you "The Big Five from The Top Ten": 50 recently released products that may be changing the practice of law.

It's quite a diverse collection. Clearly, one of the blazing new technologies is voice recognition. Lawyers can't seem to get enough of products that allow them to toss their keyboards! And new notebook computers (as well as the sizzling new handhelds) are being released with dizzying speed, offering legal professionals astounding choices in features, speed and weight!

For more information about these items, please use the circle numbers on the response cards in this issue.


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FROM THE EDITOR

ASSOCIATION OF LEGAL ADMINISTRATORS 27TH ANNUAL EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE AND EXPOSTITION

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

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COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT

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