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Super Structure: The Paper-Based System Holding Up Your Paperless Office

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My monthly contribution to Clio’s Small Firm Innovation group blog (on the September theme of ‘paperless’) finds me talking all about how the move to a paperless office may not be that different from what you’ve been doing after all. Answers to questions include: Can the general structure of your prior systems survive the transition to paperless, or should you perform a tear-down + rebuild? When should you cut bait on updating old files to your paperless system, and just live with a legacy system? How many allusions to fictional creatures can I make in a single post?

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