Almost everyone who subscribes to Amazon's premium Prime service does so to get free two-day delivery of items purchased online. For that alone, it is probably worth it if you make a lot of tech purchases, or simply prefer the convenience of shopping for tech and non-tech items online. Many law firms and other small businesses order their supplies and tech items from Amazon, and Prime makes the experience that much better. But Prime is much more than free two-day delivery.
With Prime, you also get the Prime Music Streaming Service. It is OK, but lacks the huge libraries possessed by Spotify, Google Play Music, and Apple Music. Amazon Prime Photos, another included Prime service, gives you unlimited photo uploads and storage from your desktop or mobile device. Although it isn't nearly as comprehensive as Netflix, Prime Video has many movies and TV shows worth watching.
Perhaps best of all for law firms in need of supplies or tech items quickly is Prime Now, which has $7.99 one-hour or free two-hour delivery of certain items in specific metropolitan areas exclusively for Prime members. This is great if your firm is located in Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Dallas, Indianapolis, the Los Angeles metro area, New York, Philadelphia, Phoenix, the San Francisco Bay area, Seattle, Washington, DC, as well as San Diego and Tampa Bay.
For a complete list of the hidden gems that come with a Prime membership, go to Prime Central.