David Whelan wrote a book for law students, Law Practice Technology: An Introduction for Law Students, which is available online at no charge here. While the material is not extensive, it provides a helpful overview and is arranged in three parts: Overview, Business, and Practice. The Overview section discusses equipment needed by lawyers and cloud computing while the Business section is concerned with calendaring, conflict checks, and document management. The Practice section provides information about practice area specific tools, litigation and discovery, e-discovery, and trial technology. Check it out here.
Hat Tip: Robert Ambrogi’s Law Sites