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Welcome to the Collaboration Tools Wiki!


Welcome to the Collaboration Tools Wiki, part of The Lawyer's Guide to Collaboration Tools website.  In our book, The Lawyer's Guide to Collaboration Tools:  Smart Ways to Work Together, we include hundreds of collaboration tools and resources in Appendix 2 and 3.  When we wrote the book, we realized that the Appendices would quickly grow dated; indeed, some of the sites currently listed there have evolved into other tools, and dozens more tools have been introduced since the book was published in March 2008.


We have created this wiki to update those appendices on a more frequent basis, to serve as a timely resource for lawyers (and, for that matter, anyone else) on the latest collaboration tools. 



And we want you to help, in a couple of different ways:


  • If you have a collaboration tool you want to showcase here on the wiki, just let us know.  Send an email to collabtools@gmail.com, and we'll add it to our directory pages.  We're working on finding a way to give you your own wiki page that you can use to post information about your product or service -- we hope to have that feature enabled soon. 
  • If you are aware of a collaboration tool or resource that we haven't mentioned here on the site, please let us know and we'll take a look at it.  Send an email to collabtools@gmail.com.


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