Coming today to SmallLaw: Considering her divorce, it's unclear if Christina Aguilera knows what a girl wants (in fairness she has plenty of company among both genders). But New Jersey lawyer Ed Zohn knows what he wants from legal technology. In this issue of SmallLaw, he breaks it down. Sure, cost is a factor but not the only one nor the most important. While it's doubtful Ed's manifesto will result in angry mob of lawyers clutching iPads with photos of pitchforks on the screen, we hope it sparks a constructive debate. Also, don't miss the SmallLaw Pick of the Week for the six essential ingredients of your web site bio.
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