In 2012 we sent our office manager (and now recently trained mediator), Melissa Day , to the ABA Tech Show with one mission: bring back a plan for transitioning our office to a paperless office. We have discovered that in the legal business this is never a complete process, but an ongoing mission. Becoming a paperless office requires finding the right balance with clients and other professionals who aren't ready to take that leap, as well as constantly reevaluating the technology we use. Three years later, it is probably the most important practice management decision we've made, and we're still learning all of the ways it impacts our office. For the most part, we believe having everything stored electronically gives us more flexibility with our client interactions, storage options, backup, and recently I took a second look at that most iconic of business/lawyer technology: the briefcase. Without Briefs I Don't need a Briefcase! While briefcases have evolv
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