If it helps you make your decision, check out the Columbus Bar Association's free lunch meeting "The Paperless Office." The presenters
will share with you currently available and reasonably priced hardware and software that can make your office paperless! Whether you want to go full or partially paperless, this session will show you how to begin the process.For those who can't make it downtown, read Should a Kindle be Part of Your Toolkit? on Lawyerist.com and Five Ways Lawyers Can Utilize the Kindle from the Wisconsin Law Journal.
And if you've purchased any e-reading device of late, remember you can always borrow e-books from the law library's collection. For info on how, check out our e-books research guide.