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Hi everyone. I'm an attorney in Cherry Hill, NJ focusing in employment law, personal injury, family law, and whistleblower rights. I'm always looking for ways to improve the practice though technology and am happy to be here!

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Cut through the "Cloudwash" & Marketing Hype - PLEASE RT / SHARE

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Here are some great tech tips to help you use Google tools to increase your productivity:

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The book "Paperless in One Hour for Lawyers" will be available soon. Has anyone read the book? Does the book say anything brand new about going "paperless" --- we have been reading and discussing "paperless" activities for more than five years in various venues/listservs. The book costs $49.99.

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I actually just found out about the Cloud Computing for Lawyers Community and decided to join it. While some of you might already know me from one of the other communities I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself. Although I am an attorney and practiced law in California for longer than I care to remember, in 1996 I founded http://www.LawGuru.com - one of the first web sites that provided free legal advice to the public. Nowadays I don't practice law any more and am focused on running several of our sites. Feel free to add me to your circles or drop a line to say hello or ask me any 

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Hi, I'm writing an article about the use - or rather, the lack of use - of document automation tools by law firms. Can anyone shed some light on why there'd be resistance to using something that would improve productivity?
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