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ABA Offers 'Google for Lawyers' Productivity Guide

By Jason Beahm | Last updated on

The American Bar Association has released a new guide for lawyers designed to help increase their productivity through the use of Google. The ABA issued a press release about the guide, entitled Google for Lawyers: Essential Search Tips and Productivity Tools. Google has become far and away the number one search engine, as well as offering a number of apps which can be sued to boost productivity and organization.

The guide is designed to help attorneys take advantage of Google's advanced search capabilities and tools for productivity. The guide looks to be an excellent tool for small firm and solo attorneys as it offers information on a number of free and inexpensive tools that will help level the playing field between big firms and the massive software, research, productivity and technology teams at their disposal.

The guide offers tips for both beginners and advanced users. Beginners will appreciate the tips on conducting targeted Internet searches. Intermediate and advanced users will enjoy the tips on advanced search strategies and other hidden tips and tricks to take searching to the next level.

In addition, the guide goes into new exciting tools which we have recently covered, including Google Voice, Google Scholar and Google Translate, as well as more established software tools like Gmail, Google Docs, Google Alerts, Google Analytics and Google Calendar.

The guide is written by Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch, nationally acclaimed speakers and authors who focus on Internet research as well as social networking for the practice of law.

If you are interested in checking out Google for Lawyers: Essential Search Tips and Productivity Tools, it is available for sale at for the retail price of $79.95, or on Amazon for the pre-order price of $50.37.

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