Through the years lawyers have talked about going into a less paper-driven state. In CLE classes, we have referred to it as PAPERLESS and, more recently, PaperLESS (meaning we will still have some need for hard copies of documents in some contexts, but we strive for practices less dependent on these hard copies). The process of going PaperLESS has unnecessarily intimidated many attorneys. It really does not take much effort to do it and do it well. Once you make the decision and start the process, it begins to feel very natural, and ultimately the conveniences it offer become overwhelming.
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