Web 2.0–Productivity Tools and Resources

In order to succeed in a rapidly evolving marketplace, lawyers must embrace change and learn to use technology to their advantage.

One way of doing this is to utilize the vast assortment of Web 2.0, cutting-edge resources available on the Internet to assist attorneys in managing their productivity and their law practices.

Free Web-based email, calendaring systems, word-processing, and phone and fax systems can replace traditional and costly alternatives and allow you to access information anywhere, anytime, thus increasing your productivity.

What is Web 2.0?


Google resourc
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Online access:
File Conversion:
Staying Organized
Mind Mapping/organizing your thoughts:
Misc. Useful Resources:
RSS readers:

Ethical issues:

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Nice list. I would add Basecamp as a good 2.0 tool for case management.

Thanks for the suggestion. One of my co-bloggers, Greg, has it listed elsewhere, but I agree that it would make sense to include it here as well.

GotFreeFax.com is another website that allows user to send free fax online to the US and Canada. User can either upload a PDF/Word file or enter text to fax. Plus, it does not add Ads to user’s fax and is suitable for faxing formal documents.

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