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Mobile communications in the legal environment: the users perspective

In a follow up to last months article on ''Mobile Communication'' from Michael Robinson, of Bevan Ashford, Heather Robinson Head of Information and Library Services, Stuart Whitfield, a Partner in the commercial department, and Erika Hodkinson, the Communication Executive, give their views on how this technology has assisted them in their work.

1 October 1999

Mobile communications in the legal environment: the users' perspective

In a follow up to last month's article on 'Mobile Communication' from Michael Robinson, of Bevan Ashford, Heather Robinson Head of Information & Library Services, Stuart Whitfield, a Partner in the commercial department, and Erika Hodkinson, the Communication Executive, give their views on how this technology has assisted them in their work.

Heather Robinson

A recent Institute of Personnel & Development (IPD) survey indicates that one third of employees take their work home with them. The IPD are concerned about the implications of this on both employees and businesses. I have to admit that I fall into this group, but I find that the flexibility to work outside the office improves my productivity and helps me to manage projects and panic levels more effectively.

So how does mobile communication work for me?

I am head of a tea...

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