This is my assignment from the ECOM410 Mobile Computing and Wireless Communications course at Athabasca University.
Within the report are recommendations on how mobile computing and wireless communications can be utilized in the legal field to improve service delivery, reduce risks to the legal practitioner, and increase efficiency and profitability.
A technical background covers the most current wireless technologies and applications for the purpose of integrating an all-encompassing mobile legal services framework. A detailed analysis outlines the needs of the legal community and the typical lawyer, including business processes and workflows.
Market and social research is provided to support a strong business case for developing M-LAW, with a focus on the sole practitioner lawyer who needs to maintain a competitive advantage in their field of law and experience, or niche practice area.