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The Perfect Paralegal Tool

The Perfect Paralegal Tool

You know how a paralegal, like MacGyver, is supposed to be able to fix anything, anywhere – whether it be the office copier, the Power Point projector, or the gum on your supervising attorney’s pants – even if he or she only has a rusty paper clip?

Well, Victorinox knew there was a market for The Perfect Paralegal Tool and created a USB/Army knife (I know that phrase looks wrong but it’s right).

Tucked away with insane precision are a removable 32GB USB drive with fingerprint authentication, laser pointer, and Bluetooth remote control for your Windows-only PC or laptop presentations. Yep, key ring and scissors too. It even features a blade to fight off your enemies and a file to scrape away any fingerprints after the deed is done.

I’ma be mad if one of these isn’t in my Christmas stocking.

Sources: Engadget

4 Responses to The Perfect Paralegal Tool

  1. Helen – My friend, Margaret Agius, The Frugal Paralegal, says there will be a bladeless version available but for almost $300 I'd want the same number of attachments!

    So what shall we substitute for the sharp objects? 😀

  2. Maybe a small digital recorder for recording assignments that you KNOW are going to be revised in your attorney's head once you leave their office. Attorney: That is NOT what I instructed you to do? Paralegal: No…really, whips out tool!

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