Utilizing Mobility: The Portability and Cost Benefit

Posted on 02-08-2016 by
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 Legal professionals are certainly embracing the portability and cost benefit of mobile e-book technol­ogy. According to the ABA technol­ogy survey, one third of lawyers report now using legal e-books for work, which is actually a large and growing number compared to just a few years ago. Meanwhile, accord­ing to an internal 2015 LexisNexis survey of AmLaw 200 customers, 40% of AmLaw 20 firms have report­ed that they use a digital library — signaling that large firms definitely see the business value in digital li­braries and e-books.

Mobility is the way of the world today — and as we’ve seen, this is now true for those within the legal profession too. Virtually all lawyers have a smart phone or tablet they use for work activity.

More and more of them are working from non-tradi­tional office spaces, and there is a steady increase in the use of legal e-books. In this environment, ef­fective firms and legal departments will move to use mobile technology to create productivity gains for their lawyers, deliver better client service, act on new business opportuni­ties, acquire needed information in critical moments and save on cost — and they’ll do it because each of these actions leverages mobile tech­nology to create maximum business value for legal research.

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