Pickin’ Up What You’re Puttin’ Down: Locating Your Files

In many ways, being a lawyer is still about pushing paper, even if much of that "paper" is now kept electronically, with redwelds and staples going the way of the triceratops and woolly mammoth, respectively. Certainly, the chief allure of electronic files is that you can find what you need faster ... no more frantic, headlong dashes into a cold storage room, and a resulting drill-tip search through rows and file folders and papers, large, small, crinkled. Of course, this only works when you know where you’re saving stuff, and how to retrieve it. If you don’t and can’t, paper can still push back, hard. ... READ MORE

Originally published January 7, 2013
Last updated April 13, 2019
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