By Miles S. Winder III
Okay, I will admit it. I am firmly a member of the Baby Boomer generation of attorneys. That in and of itself, however, should not affect the way you or any other person evaluates me or my performance as a lawyer. Does being a Baby Boomer (of the generation born between the early 1940s through the early 1960s) mean that I am out of touch or incapable of using the technology that has developed since I graduated from law school?