How the Internet Is Making Lawyering Worse and How to Stay Good in Spite of It

29 Dec , 2022

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Being 65 years old I remember how things used to be and the truth is technology has made some aspects of a lawyer’s work harder to do and easier to make mistakes in. 

This talks about how different technologies impede assembling a file, doing investigation, and litigation. We are increasingly in a “dark matter universe” where much evidence cannot be known to us. I end with strategies on how to enclose this universe or at least light up some of the darkness.

 

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