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A compilation of ALM Legal Intelligence's three most popular technology products.

2011 AmLaw Technology Survey


The annual AmLaw Tech Survey queries CIOs and IT directors from AmLaw 200 firms on a variety of technology-related issues including product preferences for hardware and software, planning and investment, capital and operating expenses, and IT staffing and compensation. Data is available for years 1998 to 2010 to allow for comparison, however, due to modifications made to the questionnaire over time, some questions will not have responses for all years.

2011 Associate Technology Survey


The technology rankings of the Midlevel Associates Survey, conducted by the research staff of The American Lawyer. Data includes:
* Law Firm Name
* Number of Respondents
* Overall Technology Rank
* Scores for Quality of Technology, Training, Support, and Ability to Benefit Clients

2011 Survey of Satisfaction with Legal Technology Vendors


ALM Legal Intelligence has conducted a survey of legal technology-based products and services (e.g., software, web-based tools, etc.) that are developed for or commonly used in law firms. We invited participation from anyone in the firm who has significant input into the technology purchasing process. This includes managing partners, directors and administrators involved in the decision process. The purpose of the survey is to examine firms' usage of and satisfaction with technology across 25 different product categories. This report focuses on usage and satisfaction scores by vendor per category.

Productivity in the Legal Profession: Impact of Mobile Technology


Mobile technology -- particularly smartphones and tablets -- is driving productivity improvements and in some cases innovation among lawyers. But its full power is being held back by firms and law departments that, citing security and management challenges, are grudgingly supporting the devices instead of eagerly embracing them.

ALM Legal Intelligence has conducted a survey of attorneys in legal departments and law firms asking the following questions:


· Do you use a smart phone or tablet for work related purposes?

· Does your smart phone/tablet allow you to stay connected with your clients and increase business development opportunities?

· Does your firm/organization support your use of a smart phone/tablet?

· Has your firm/organization put in place any mobile device managemen software to increase their control over how employees use their smart phones/tablets?

· Are courts imposing restrictions on the use of smart phones/tablets in the courtroom?

BONUS: 2011 Heads of IT
A mailing and contact list of Heads of IT at America's top 200 revenue grossing law firms.

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