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Law Technology

A survey of software useful for law students and lawyers, and tips to improve your productivity on programs you probably already use.


This guide is intended to familiarize law students with some of the software that they’ll be using as a legal practitioner, as well as give them some tips on how to become more productive with programs they’re already using. You may find these tools helpful right now, or you might want to get to know them so you can use them in the future. 

LinkedIn Learning

While you are a DePaul student, you have access to an invaluable source of technology training, LinkedIn Learning, formerly called Lynda. LinkedIn Learning creates detailed video training courses, complete with exercise files to practice with, for a very wide array of programs. If you're ever in a position where you need to learn a new program, you should first check to see if a course on that program is available on LinkedIn Learning.