The Definitive Guide for Lawyers that Want to Use Macs in their Law Office

Three years ago I was honored to write “So You Want an All Mac Office?” for the fantastic Attorney at Work blog. The post continued to rack up hits over the years so the editors asked if I would architect an update.

It was published last week: “Still Want an All-Mac Law Office? What You Need and How You Can Do It.” I discuss why lawyers are using Macs, which Mac you should purchase, and a list of software you can run.

But it gets better because I reached out to four Mac-using lawyers to ask how they used their Mac, why they chose the Mac, and what helps them make it through the day – “Lawyers Who Use Macs: Why They Do It and How.” Their answers are incredibly helpful to any legal professional that’s considering the switch from Windows to Macs and how to do it successfully.

Here's a graphic, courtesy of MyCase, that I included in the piece. This was drawn during the 2014 ABA TECHSHOW session titled, “The Business Case for Going All Mac.” (Click the graphic to enlarge it.)

Here’s a graphic, courtesy of MyCase, that I included in the piece. This was drawn during the 2014 ABA TECHSHOW session titled, “The Business Case for Going All Mac.” (Click the graphic to enlarge it.)

 

If you’d like more information, feel free to contact me with any questions.

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