Old Lessons, New Technology: Seizing the Benefits and Avoiding the Pitfalls of Social Media and Other Free Internet-Based Tools

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This article discusses the fact that technology has changed the way the practice of law looks, but has not changed the fact that, as lawyers, we have a professional obligation to provide our clients with timely, competent, and cost-effective legal services. It addresses some of the technology that can provide great tools to help us serve our clients, but cautions that these tools cannot be allowed to detract from our professional ethical obligations.

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