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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.
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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