The Legal Technology Institute provides independent technology consulting services to the legal profession, including private law firms, corporate and government legal departments, government agencies, courts and administrators, law schools, legal services organizations, and legal verticals. Our mission is to assist our clients with technology issues, long-range goals and implementation to help improve their delivery of legal services to their clients. The following is a representative list of clients and the work performed on their behalf.
Case Study - Office of the Attorney General State of Florida
The Information Systems Department of the Florida Department of Legal Affairs required assistance in finding computer software and hardware to replace a proprietary Unisys/CTOS platform. Andrew Z. Adkins, III was retained to perform two tasks. The first was to evaluate the existing system and make recommendations for computer software and hardware to meet the needs of the legal department of over 400 attorneys and 830 staff in 11 offices throughout Florida.
We prepared a Request for Information (RFI), delivered to select vendors, chaired a vendor’s conference, evaluated received RFI responses and assisted the information systems department manager develop a budget for replacement.
The second task was to prepare a Cost/Benefit
Analysis Report for the Attorney General to justify the
expense of the replacement system to the Florida legislature.
This project involved preparing a survey for the Attorney
General’s office and evaluating all received responses.
A detailed report was prepared indicating the results of
the survey and the anticipated costs for replacing the current
Contact Person at Time of Consultation
Barry Bush, Director of Information Services