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3 Signs You (or Your Colleagues) Are Luddite Lawyers

There's nothing wrong with being technoskeptical. There's good reason for attorneys to take a cautious approach to technological advancements, making sure that the next big thing is actually a worthwhile thing before throwing their money (and their clients') at it. But you also can't bury your head in the......
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