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Technology Competency in Legal Practice

As much as it might be true that the legal field was slow to accept technology, I think it’s equally true that now we are working hard to make up for lost time. From the use of Artificial Intelligence to conduct legal research to chatbots that help fight…
For the record, I am not a technophobe, but I sometimes feel like a technosaur.  That feeling is not uncommon in the legal field.  Until a couple of years ago, most articles about… http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2018/08/technology-competence-legal-practice/

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Technology Competency in Legal Practice

As much as it might be true that the legal field was slow to accept technology, I think it’s equally true that now we are working hard to make up for lost time. From the use of Artificial Intelligence to conduct legal research to chatbots that help fight…
For the record, I am not a technophobe, but I sometimes feel like a technosaur.  That feeling is not uncommon in the legal field.  Until a couple of years ago, most articles about… http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2018/08/technology-competence-legal-practice/