Three Steps Law Firms Should Take To Build A Paperless Office

Law firms in the 60’s and 70’s were equipped with typewriters and roll after roll of carbon paper. They were also decorated with textbooks, tomes, and seemingly endless filing cabinets filled with important documents. Organizing these “paper” offices took manpower and time. Finding important documents and keeping track of them or updating them took even more manpower and time. Thankfully, several inventions in the 1970’s and innovations in the 1980’s brought the legal profession out of the Paper Office Age. Continue reading →