8 Legal Technology Trends for 2008

For many years, my favorite place to publish new articles I write for my my own enjoyment (not on assignment) has been LLRX.com. My favorite article I like to write for fun is my annual legal technology trends article, which Sabrina Pacifici usually publishes on LLRX.com.
2008 once again again brings my legal tech trends article and LLRX.com together in this month’s issue – yet another great collection of articles.
This year’s article is called “Eight Legal Technology Trends for 2008 – Good Times, Bad Times or Hard Times in Legal Tech?” and you can find it here.
I like to use the article both as a way of pulling together my observations about what I think is happening in legal tech and as a discussion-starter. I suspect that some of my comments will start some conversations and not everyone will agree with me. But I wrote what I saw.
A quick overview:
1. Making Better Use of What You Already Own.
2. Lawyers Win Round 1 in the E-discovery Battle . . . by a Wide Margin.
3. Security Begins to Matter . . . Really.
4. The Death Throes for Email?
5. Going Mobile.
6. Opening Audio and Video Channels.
7. Dancing with a Recession.
8. Smart Ways to Work Together – Collaboration Tools.

Take a look. Agree? Disagree? Let me know. Or, better yet, start talking about these issues and they might affect you.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
Coming Soon: The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies: Smart Ways to Work Together, by Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell.
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