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Do Lawyers Use Macs? Survey Says . . .

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I've been around long enough that I remember the days when saying "I have a Mac at home, can I check my email remotely?" to your firm IT guy would result in ridicule, at best, and at worst possibly a maliciously delivered Trojan Horse virus eating up your draft summary judgment brief the day before it was due.

But the times they are a changin', and, according to LBW alum Bob Ambrogi, someone's gonna quantify that change. Specifically, software company Clio is conducting a survey on the extent of Mac use in law firms. Here's a link to the press release announcing the survey, and here's a link to the survey itself.

The results of the survey will be revealed -- no doubt in dramatic fashion -- at next month's MILOfest, which is, no joke, billed as "A Mac-Lovin' Lawyers Event." [Insert your own McLovin' joke here.]

Also, if you take the survey, you'll be entered to win an iPad. So go to town.

Posted by Eric Lipman on October 27, 2010 at 01:07 PM | Permalink | Comments (4)

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