Lawyers Take Note: Don’t Sleep On Legal Tech Hardware

A keyboard for lawyers, by a Perkins Coie lawyer, signals a new push for hardware, not just software, in legal technology.

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A keyboard for lawyers, by a Perkins Coie lawyer, signals a new push for hardware, not just software, in legal technology.

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  • Pam

    Jan 6: nothing at CES regarding this company. Nothing about Pro-Boards, LLC anywhere on the net except a dissolved company in GA and possibly a company in WI. Website still looks like a hoax. ??????????

  • Pam

    I cannot find Legalboard or Proboard as a listed CES exhibitor and the website to purchase the keyboard seems a bit...well...insecure.

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