I'm a new attorney, and I'm interested in making a GNU/Linux starter kit for lawyers. Please help me fine tune this list.
|GnuCash||Accounting system for personal and small business; it features a double-entry ledger, reports, and imports from QIF/OFX/HBCI to make the transition easier.
|LibreOffice||Easy-to-use office suite.
|EPDFView||Lightweight pdf viewer, with all the necessary features: ToC, support for text selection and clipboard copy, hyperlinks and more.
|GNU IceCat||A multiplatform web browser based based on Mozilla's Gecko layout engine.
|RECAP||A free browser extension that improves the experience of using PACER, the electronic public access system for the U.S. Federal District and Bankruptcy Courts.
|Ekiga||A "SofPhone" for video conferencing and instant messenger with HD capabilities.
|Impress||Great for presentations and is integrated into LibreOffice.|
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