Decatur, GA asked in Civil Litigation and Criminal Law for Georgia

Q: What technology do lawyers use to communicate with clients, present evidence to clients, and update them in real time?

We're developing commercial technology to absolutely remove or reduce legal paperwork, real time effortless evidence and detail updates between client/lawyer cases, real-time rapid case communication between lawyer/client. Overall simplifying client/ lawyer interaction and courtroom litigation.

1 Lawyer Answer
Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
  • Little Neck, NY

A: A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Nationwide, the tried and trusted methods are phone, email, and regular mail. However, law firms can operate differently from one another in terms of embracing technology. There are offices that still use faxes, while there are tech-savvy offices that use various instant messaging, virtual meeting, chat, and work management platforms, each of which could offer overlapping features in these areas. There is always some new litigation support program coming out every year for maintaining court calendars, identifying conflicts, and other tasks - but not all law firms embrace them the same way. Good luck

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