The most amazing thing is that we are all using computers, learning, and trying but the majority of us are not computer geeks. We are a group that is willing to learn and help. Whether we like it or not, technology has become an integral part of our lives and affects virtually every aspect of the legal profession — from the solo practitioner in northern Minnesota to the partner in a 400-person Wall Street firm. Technology has transformed how lawyers communicate, manage files, present cases to juries, and handle their professional and personal activities. It has been warmly received by the practicing bar.
Robert E. Oliphant,
Using “Hi-Tech” Tools In A Traditional Classroom Environment — A Two Semester Experiment,
Rich. J.L. & Tech
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