The inaugural Clio Apple in Law Firms Survey results are out and 835 people participated, 90% of which were practicing lawyers and 10% of which were law students. Fifty five percent of the lawyers, which ranged from solos to firms of 50+ attorneys, currently use Macs in their law offices.
In the final analysis, there was clear evidence to support the fact that lawyers are adopting Apple products -- from Macs to iPhones to iPads -- at an escalating rate. All legal professionals and law students from any law firm or law school were invited to participate in the survey, regardless of size and location. The survey aimed to determine to what extent lawyers and law students are now using Apple and Mac products, and whether there is clear evidence of an increasing trend of the legal industry “going Mac” in the future.
Out of 835 respondents who completed the survey:
48.8% practiced in a small firm (1-10 attorneys)
7.9% practiced in a medium-sized firm (11-50...| Read more »