As providers of Legal SaaS, we’re always on the lookout for great web-based technologies lawyers can leverage to optimize their practices.  We’ve covered Drop.io for file transfer and MindMeister for mind-mapping in the past.  These technologies, and many more, are highlighted in a Law.com article written by Tom Mighell.  A short sample from the article, which is worth reading in full:

Microsoft Corp.’s Sharepoint, extranets, and even e-mail are well-known collaborative platforms. But there are innovative, new collaboration technologies that can be found “in the cloud” — Internet-based sites and services that aren’t necessarily designed for the legal community, but that lawyers can use to communicate and work with others no matter where in the world they happen to be.

Tom is co-author, with Dennis Kennedy, of “The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies: Smart Ways to Work Together.”