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    This is what we need in Chattanooga! Thanks for the post.

    Very informative post. I appreciate your thoughtful writes. thanks for sharing sucha helpful thoughts.

    It can often be tough finding the right guidance in the financial world, especially if your being managed by the wrong person. Always choose wisely when you make financial decisions.

    Integration is of course what is a must. Especially for law office apps. However, this is becoming a challenge for SaaS based apps. Organizations are looking for a balance in near future and both sides of technology has to evolve better.

    Yes, not as an associate (you can't be considered one unless you're a practicing attorney). What you would be called is either: (1) law clerk; (2) graduate law clerk; and/or (3) intern.

    Congratulations! May much sccuess come your way. HAPPIEST OF NEW YEARS TO YOU AND YOUR BRIDE.

    Confession: I cry eaisly too and this post made me tear up at my desk. Congrats to both of you!

    I agree - cloud based files are one of the best technology the geeks have come up with! Being able to meet a client's needs anywhere I am is invaluable to me. It allows me to consult, give advice & bill from my office or the beach.

    I think having Client Profiles will be a big help in boosting you firm and helping your clients as well.

    Legal Technology News at LawUpdates.com: KPMG: The Use of Cloud Enablement Services Projected to Grow by 92% in the Next 12 Months

    http://www.lawupdates.com/legal_technology_news/entry/kpmg_the_use_of_cloud_enablement_services_projected_to_grow_by/

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