Retooling the Mobile Lawyer


The “ultimate” mobility kit likely will vary somewhat from

lawyer to lawyer. That variance results from the combination

of the manner in which we each work, the nature of our work,

and the environment in which we perform that work. A lawyer

who gives trial presentation in a courtroom may have different

needs than a lawyer who travels to a meeting or a conference

with a client. We all will share, however, certain concerns

relating to practicing out of our office. Those concerns

generally fall into one of two categories: support (or the lack of

it) and logistics (how to work around the absence of

equipment normally used to practice law in the office).

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