The paperless office is a myth. There will always be paper, and lawyers will always be dealing with mountains of it. Get over it. There is an achievable goal, however. How about the LessPaper Office? We can do that. This is an image of my LessPaper Office at work. On the left is a scanner, the NeatDesk. Many experts recommend the Fujitsu scanners; but, I use this one because it is TWAIN compatible. That means it works with third party scanner software, which, in my case, means Nuance's PaperPort Deluxe 14. Next is my workhorse, a Samsung ATIV tablet computer. It sits in a charging dock during the day, and I can pick up the light, 1.6 pound device anytime I want to go out. It is connected to the monitor, also Samsung, via a MicroHDMI to standard HDMI cable. I can duplicate the screens, or extend one of them, as I wish. The small dock between them is for my Samsung Note 3 phablet, which, at the time of the photo was taking the photo. It connects, via Bluetooth, to my tablet, monitor, and my Galaxy Gear SmartWatch. This image, and the hardware tools, and the software tools I run on the hardware, will be the subject of my talk today at the Tampa Bay Inns of Court in Tampa, Florida. What fun.