Microsoft 365 and Copilot: Top Features for Legal Practice Needs
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Microsoft 365 is a must for many legal professionals who rely on its wide range of time saving and regularly enhanced tools. There are also specifically designed features within the software to streamline your daily legal workflow that you may not be aware of. Now artificial intelligence has been integrated across Microsoft 365. It’s called Copilot and it is poised to become your new digital assistant inside of all the Microsoft applications that you are already using. Smart lawyers should take note and ask how Copilot can instantly and fundamentally change how you get work done in your firm.
In today’s episode, hosts Christine Bilbrey and Jamie Moore welcome Ben Schorr, a Senior Content Manager at Microsoft, to discuss Microsoft 365 and Copilot.
Ben Schorr is a Senior Content Program Manager at Microsoft. He is also the author of several books and articles on technology including “The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft Outlook,” “The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft Word” and “OneNote in One Hour.” He was a Microsoft MVP for 20 years and has been involved in management and technology for more than 30. In his free time, he’s a slow Ironman triathlete and a high school football coach. He currently lives with his family in Redmond, WA.
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- Ben Schorr – LinkedIn
- Microsoft Copilot
- Official Microsoft Blog: Announcing Microsoft Copilot, your everyday AI companion
- Microsoft: Rehearse your slide show with Speaker Coach
- Summarize an email thread with Copilot
- Get started with Microsoft 365 Chat in Microsoft Teams
- Microsoft OneDrive for Business
- Natural language search in Outlook
- LegalFuel: The Practice Resource Center of The Florida Bar
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