The 'Ethic' of Getting Up to Speed 'Technologically'

, New York Law Journal


In their Ethics and Criminal Practice column, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan's Joel Cohen and James L. Bernard write: For many lawyers, the old ways die hard, and learning new tricks is not easy. This may be especially true for the solo practitioner, who does not have the small army of tech-savvy "litigation support specialists" to help navigate the waters that many firms now have. But like it or not, an understanding of technology is ethically required, so the sooner we all get comfortable with it, the better.

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