The Internet is experiencing explosive growth. The global World Wide Web and Internet are being embraced by the legal community at a phenomenal pace. More and more lawyers are using the Web to promote their practices, disseminate information, communicate with clients and prospective clients, conduct legal research, and carry on the practice of law. This growing use of the Web by lawyers, both nationally and internationally, is raising numerous complex ethical questions.
J. T. Westermeier,
Ethical Issues for Lawyers on the Internet and World-Wide Web,
Rich. J.L. & Tech
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