5 Reasons to Make Lawyering More Mobile

iManage’s Dan Carmel says that today’s lawyer can get her job done with a plethora of tools and software from a variety of locations.

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iManage’s Dan Carmel says that today’s lawyer can get her job done with a plethora of tools and software from a variety of locations.

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  • Angela Van Veckhoven

    ...even a 50 yr old can be a "modern lawyer"....really, don‘t hold back on that age bias in your writing, and thanks also to your editor for being an idiot and leaving it in. It just feeds into what anyone over the age of 50 has to fight in the legal workplace--assumptions of lack of tech knowledge/skillset simply based on age and appearance--every single day.

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