It’s Friday, midday, and I’m just packing up the family to head down the road about 45 minutes to a ski resort for our statewide Trial Lawyers Association Seminar in the snow. I’m speaking on the now infamous “paperless office” topic. As I was preparing my presentation, I realized that PowerPoint just wasn’t going to cut it. I figured it was probably best to just show them a paperless office in action. By actually demonstrating the paperless office as opposed to merely talking about it, I think I’ll reach a lot more people. One thing I realized as I made my preparations is that the most important issue is not whether you can be a paperless office. The most important issue isn’t whether or not you can afford to be a paperless office. The reality is that paperless is here already. Or at least the digital law office is here emphatically.