Continuing our series for students exploring the possibility of opening their own law practice, this post provides resources on technology in the law firm. Whether you need a brush up on PowerPoint, or help with Extranets, the law library has many titles to help expand your technological skills.
The lawyer's guide to practice management systems software, by Andrew Z. Adkins, III (2009)
5th Floor KF320.A9 A35 2009
The lawyer's guide to Microsoft Excel 2007, by John C. Tredennick (2009).
5th Floor KF320.A9 T74 2009
The lawyer's guide to Microsoft Outlook 2007, by Ben M. Schorr (2008).
5th Floor KF320.A9 S37 2008
The 2008 solo and small firm legal technology guide, by Sharon D. Nelson, John W. Simek, and Michael C. Maschke (2008).
5th Floor KF320.A9 N45
The lawyer's guide to collaboration tools and technologies, by Thomas L. Mighell and Dennis M. Kennedy (2008).
5th Floor KF320.A9 M54 2008
The lawyer's guide to fact finding on the Internet, by Carole A. Levitt, Mark E. Rosch (2006).
5th Floor KF242.A1 L48 2006
The lawyer's guide to creating persuasive computer presentations, by Ann E. Brenden, John D. Goodhue (2005).
5th Floor KF320.A9 B72 2005
The lawyer's guide to extranets : breaking down walls, building client connections, by Douglas Simpson, Mark Tamminga (2003).
5th Floor KF320.A9 S55 2003