A: It was a case management system that we built. I don’t know how many of those there are now, but ours was called Bankruptcy Unfiltered and it worked on DOS. I guess they’re out there somewhere as well.
Q: What were some of the tools you used to do your work?
A: We had a word processor that came with an Apple IIe or something like that, then we went to desktop publishing stuff in the early ‘90s when desktop publishing hit big time. There were lots of different programs for doing things like putting together legal briefs, graphics and so on. Then later on everyone got Microsoft Word 2000 and most people stayed with MSWord because they didn’t want to learn another program – it became kind of obligatory software envy amongst lawyers at least for me! But maybe my generation is different from others – speak for yourself though!