Articles Tagged with ABA Tech Survey

Has Lawyer Blogging Plateaued? ABA Tech Survey Suggests So


The number of law firms with blogs has plateaued, neither growing nor dropping for four years straight, according to the 2016 Legal Technology Survey Report recently published by the American Bar Association’s Legal Technology Resource Center.

The survey found that 26 percent of firms have blogs. That number has remained effectively unchanged for…

ABA Tech Survey Reveals Lawyers' Favorite Mobile Apps and Phones


The most popular legal-specific smartphone app among lawyers is Westlaw (maybe) and the most popular smartphone among lawyers is the iPhone, according to the 2016 Legal Technology Survey Report just out from the American Bar Association.

Only 40 percent of lawyers say they have ever downloaded a legal-specific smartphone app, but of those…

For Research, Lawyers Turn First to Free Sources, ABA Survey Says


Where lawyers go first to start a research project.

Lawyers spend an average of 20 percent of their work time conducting legal research, and when they start a research project, they generally turn first to free online research services before using fee-based services or research materials in print or on CD-ROM.


Fastcase is Most Popular Legal App, ABA Survey Says


For the second successive year, the Fastcase legal research app is the most popular legal app among lawyers, according to the 2014 ABA Legal Technology Survey Report. The most popular business app among lawyers this year is LinkedIn, the survey said.

Among lawyers who reported having downloaded a legal-specific app, 36.5% listed Fastcase. Last year,…

Fewer Lawyers Have Blogs, ABA Survey Suggests

The number of lawyers with legal blogs is dwindling, according to the latest Legal Technology Survey Report from the American Bar Association's Legal Technology Resource Center. For 2014, 24% of respondents in the annual survey said that their firms have blogs, down from 27% in 2013. Asked whether they personally maintain a legal blog, 8% said yes, down from 9% in both 2013 and 2012.