December 20, 2018 Feature

Practicing Law in the 21st Century: The Ethical Requirement of Technology Competence

By Nicole Black

Over the past decade, technology has changed at a rapid clip, affecting every aspect of our day-to-day lives, from how we communicate and interact with others, to how we shop, cook, travel, and conduct business. And yet, many lawyers continue to practice law just as they did 25 years ago, refusing to change their attitudes about technology to comport with modern-day expectations.

Not only is it good business to stay on top of changes in technology—you may very well have an ethical obligation to do so.

Not only is it good business to stay on top of changes in technology—you may very well have an ethical obligation to do so.

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