Every Lawyer is a Technologist: Take a Step Back to Take the First Step Forward

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Don't be entirely distracted or frightened by emerging technologies and their effect on the practice of law. Lawyers already use technology every day even if they never turn on a computer. Technology is not just computers and computer systems, but rather the application of knowledge for practical purposes. If you view technology as the collection of tools we use now to solve problems for our clients, then integrating appropriate computer technology into your existing processes, policies and people is not so daunting.

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