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Hurricane Katrina lawyers resources and support Web site

September 12, 2005

A Web site, entitled Help Katrina Lawyers has been established to benefit lawyers impacted by the hurricane. Volunteers represent legal technology consultants, practice management advisors and vendors of legal products and services across North America.

Assistance can include:

  • Guidance regarding restoring backed up data, or recovering data from physically damaged computer systems or media
  • Advise about temporarily practicing with either borrowed, rented or purchased new PC and voice systems
  • Provide remote access to allow any lawyer who can get online to use well-known legal software to get there work out and contact clients and associates
  • Provide sound longer-term focused guidance on replacing destroyed or damaged systems – but doing it the best way at fair prices, avoiding making costly mistakes

LexBlog has volunteered to set up free hurricane relief blogs and provide training so as to facilitate internal and external communications for lawyers and groups involved in the hurricane relief efforts.

Thanks to Ross Kodnor at MicroLaw for setting this Web site up.

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