The paperless office has been oft discussed in law practice. Why? Primarily because of the potential to lower costs, improve efficiency and be more mobile.
Your firm may have considered it and dismissed it—Too many questions! We have the answers to those questions whether you are in the beginning stages of discussion or have already made forays into going fully paperless.
In this deep dive into the practical steps of taking your firm digital, we discuss and consider:
Dealing with change
Planned by the NCBA Center for Practice Management
Satisfies NC State Bar Technology Training requirement.
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Benefits and Challenges | Angel and Reach
Records Retention and Firm Processes | Derr, Reach and Turner
Hardware and Software Options for a Paperless Practice | Reach and Turner
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