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Free Research Reports for Lawyers and Others in the Legal Industry

By Neil J. Squillante | Tuesday, July 1, 2014

TechnoLawyer Library houses our growing collection of free research reports. Other media companies charge hundreds or thousands of dollars for reports of this caliber. We give them away for free — with one catch. A very small catch. They're for TechnoLawyer members only. However, TechnoLawyer membership is also free. Join TechnoLawyer today. Below you'll find links to selected research reports and to our TechnoLawyer Library Sweepstakes.

Chill, Grill, and Bill: Summertime Gadgets for Summer-Loving Legal Professionals

TechnoLawyer Demographics 2014

LitigationWorld Quick Start Guide to Mastering Ediscovery

TL Research Buyer's Guide to Legal Billing Software

TL Research Guide to the iPad mini as a Serious Productivity Tool (Second Edition)

Can Microsoft Win the Legal Industry's Mobile Race?

TL Research Buyer's Guide to Outlook Add-Ons for Law Firms

TL Research Buyer's Guide to Document Management Systems for Law Firms (Second Edition)

The Most Reliable Legal Technology Study Ever

After visiting the TechnoLawyer Library to download these and other free reports, enter our TechnoLawyer Library Sweepstakes. There's no limit on how many times you can win.

Topics: Accounting/Billing/Time Capture | Document Management | Email/Messaging/Telephony | Laptops/Smartphones/Tablets | Litigation/Discovery/Trials | Practice Management/Calendars | TechnoLawyer | TechnoLawyer Library | Technology Industry/Legal Profession | TL Research

TL Research Buyer's Guide to Outlook Add-Ons for Law Firms

By Neil J. Squillante | Monday, March 12, 2012

Coming today to TL Research: Most law firms use Microsoft Outlook. But Outlook by itself fails to meet the unique needs of lawyers. Realizing that it cannot add features solely for specialized markets like law practice, Microsoft cleverly made Outlook extensible, resulting in a large after market of add-ons. As with any marketplace, the most difficult task lies in finding the add-ons you need. In this TL Research report, Outlook user and lawyer Edward Zohn describes and links to 44 carefully selected Outlook add-ons organized into six categories. Download your free copy of TL Research Buyer's Guide to Outlook Add-Ons for Law Firms now.

How to Receive TL Research
Our flagship newsletter offers in-depth buyer's guides and other helpful reports for everyone in the legal profession. Many reports about the legal industry use flawed data and are therefore unreliable. By contrast, TL Research reports provide you with insightful information on which you can rely by combining sound statistical techniques with exhaustive research and analysis. Just as importantly, the experts who write TL Research reports use jargon-free plain English, and often include benchmarks, charts, and other comparative tools and visuals. The TL Research newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Backup/Media/Storage | Business Productivity/Word Processing | Collaboration/Knowledge Management | Document Management | Email/Messaging/Telephony | Privacy/Security | TechnoLawyer Library | TL Research

TL Research Buyer's Guide to Document Management Systems for Law Firms (Second Edition)

By Neil J. Squillante | Friday, September 2, 2011

Coming today to TL Research: After more than 6,200 downloads of the first edition, document management expert John Heckman has updated his massively popular TL Research report. In the new second edition of this buyer's guide, you'll learn how to identify, shop for, and implement a true document management system — including five must-have features, nine nice-to-have features, and the major players in the legal industry. And yes, it now discusses which document management systems offer a native iPad app (the first iPad had not yet shipped when we published the first edition). Download your free copy of TL Research Guide to Document Management Systems for Law Firms (Second Edition) now.

How to Receive TL Research
Our flagship newsletter offers in-depth buyer's guides and other helpful reports for everyone in the legal profession. Many reports about the legal industry use flawed data and are therefore unreliable. By contrast, TL Research reports provide you with insightful information on which you can rely by combining sound statistical techniques with exhaustive research and analysis. Just as importantly, the experts who write TL Research reports use jargon-free plain English, and often include benchmarks, charts, and other comparative tools and visuals. The TL Research newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Document Management | TechnoLawyer Library | TL Research

The Most Reliable Legal Technology Study Is Now Free

By Neil J. Squillante | Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Coming today to TL Research: Recognizing the need for a reliable understanding of technology usage in the legal profession, Legal Technology Institute founder Andy Adkins spent considerable time and money creating the Perfect Practice Legal Technology Institute Case, Matter, and Practice Management System Study — a 312-page report with an error rate of just +/–5.4% that delves into far more product categories than its title suggests. This comprehensive study costs $395 for most people. But TechnoLawyer members can download a copy free of charge. TechnoLawyer membership is also free. Download your free copy of Case, Matter, and Practice Management System Study now.

How to Receive TL Research
Our flagship newsletter offers in-depth buyer's guides and other helpful reports for everyone in the legal profession. Many reports about the legal industry use flawed data and are therefore unreliable. By contrast, TL Research reports provide you with insightful information on which you can rely by combining sound statistical techniques with exhaustive research and analysis. Just as importantly, the experts who write TL Research reports use jargon-free plain English, and often include benchmarks, charts, and other comparative tools and visuals. The TL Research newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Document Management | Law Office Management | Litigation/Discovery/Trials | Monitors | Practice Management/Calendars | TechnoLawyer Library | Technology Industry/Legal Profession | TL Research

TL Research Buyer's Guide to Document Management Systems for Law Firms

By Neil J. Squillante | Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Coming today to TL Research: Most law offices use a manual system for storing and retrieving documents, which often results in misplaced documents, missing documents, misnamed documents, and other mishaps. A document management system (DMS) can eliminate these problems, but how can you find the one best suited for your law firm? In this TL Research report, legal technology consultant and document management expert John Heckman discusses the problems a DMS addresses, and how to shop for and implement a DMS. As a bonus, it also contains four Courtoons about document management courtesy of cartoonist and lawyer David Mills. Download your free copy of TL Research Guide to Document Management Systems for Law Firms.

How to Receive TL Research
Our flagship newsletter offers in-depth buyer's guides and other helpful reports for everyone in the legal profession. Many reports about the legal industry use flawed data and are therefore unreliable. By contrast, TL Research reports provide you with insightful information on which you can rely by combining sound statistical techniques with exhaustive research and analysis. Just as importantly, the experts who write TL Research reports use jargon-free plain English, and often include benchmarks, charts, and other comparative tools and visuals. The TL Research newsletter is free so don't miss the next issue. Please subscribe now.

Topics: Document Management | TechnoLawyer Library | TL Research
 
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