The need for increased efficiency in the law practice is obvious. The legal assistant–systems method is a valid approach to satisfying this need. It should be understood that this type of change does not come easily. It demands a large initial investment in terms of the lawyer's thought, energy, and time to create and implement the system. Those who have already made a commitment to this approach, however, have proved that it is an investment which will pay for itself over and over again in the years ahead.
Richard R. Endacott,
Systemization and the Legal Assistant in the Law Office,
54 Neb. L. Rev. 46
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