Yeah, this press release sounds right:
"'What we've discovered is that paralegals, not lawyers, are the people introducing technology into law offices,' said Tom Goldman, AAfPE Chairman, Technology Task Force. 'At AAfPE's annual meeting in October [PDF], I delivered a presentation on SmartDraw's capabilities. Afterwards, over half of the attendees requested copies of the software, so clearly SmartDraw is filling a graphics need in the paralegal community.'
"SmartDraw 2007 Legal Edition includes a rich library of graphics and symbols specifically designed to help attorneys, law students and professors, investigators and law enforcement personnel create charts, diagrams and timelines for courtroom exhibits, accident reconstruction diagrams, crime scenes, mediation charts and more. Unlike more complicated graphics programs written for a technical audience, SmartDraw is designed for ordinary computer users - allowing them to produce professional quality graphics with no prior training."