Are You Committing Technology Malpractice?


My friend and colleague Carolyn Elefant, whose blog is a major resource and voice for solo practitioners, recently made an observation that I found striking. Carolyn stated that in working with solos, she has seen first-hand that too many are behind the technology curve, even to the point of not using email or not keeping electronic files of client records. "If these lawyers want to sell their practices,the value is going to be diminished if a new lawyer has to invest in the IT to get the practice up to speed," Carolyn observed.

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