Law Technology News
February 2000
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Editor's Note

IF THERE is any one technology that lawyers lust after, it's voice recognition. Attorneys who never learned to type yearn for what they perceive as "souped up" dictation. Even speed typists covet the ability to create documents, hands-free. And support staff look forward to tools that will reduce the worry of repetitive stress injury.

It's a promising technology. But skeptics say that the technology is not yet delivering all that it promises. Is it ready for prime time? It's getting there. This month, we devote both our "Second Opinions" and "Compare and Contrast" columns to speech recognition, as well as an article on how to best use current products.

We also are very happy to introduce a new service for our readers. You no longer need rely on mail to get updated information about the products and services written about (and advertised) in LTN. Just visit our new online Reader Service center, located at http://lawtech.hotresponse.com.

As always, please send your comments, suggestions and press releases to us at lawtech@amlaw.com.

Cordially,
Monica Bay
Monica Bay

Editor-in-Chief

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