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The computerization of the civil and criminal justice systems, the standards now required of a practice to obtain a legal aid franchise, and external economic forces have forced the legal professions to consider their acceptance of information technology (IT).;This book explains in simple computer-jargon free language, the use a modern legal office could be making of IT. A guide to buying machines, software programmes, research facilities and other equipment in included. Two computer disks are provided with the text.;One shows those with limited computer skills how a programme can be used for practice management, case control and client care. The second is a limited use version of a dedicated, legal software programme.