Windows Virtualization, I am now convinced that the impediments to going all Mac are gone.
If you would like to start learning about Macs in the law firm environment, or you want to learn more, here are the links to a couple of outstanding sites.
Macs In Law comes to you courtesy of Brett Burney. It is chock full of all things Mac, iPhone and iPad. Beyond the learning materials I also enjoy Brett's deal page -- with deep discounts and free stuff.
Also essential reading is The Mac Lawyer by Ben Stevens. Ben gets extra kudos for the fact that he is a family law lawyer. Like MIL, The Mac Lawyer is filled full of all things Mac, iPhone and iPad.
Here are some good articles on Macs in the law office:
The Fine Art of Practicing Law on a Mac
So You Want An All Mac Office?
Can I Use A Mac At My Law Office
For a contrary view of switching over please also consider Mythbusters: Should Your Law Firms Switch From Windows To Mac?
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