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Helping Law-Firm Luddites Cross the Digital Divide — Arguments for Mastering Law-Practice Technology


Nelson P. Miller


Thomas M. Cooley Law School

Derek S. Witte


affiliation not provided to SSRN

January 1, 2009

Southern Methodist University Law Review, Vol. 12, p. 113, 2009

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In this article, the practitioner-professor authors argue that the information technology available to lawyers today has asserted a dominion that makes it more than a tool. Technology is fast becoming the integration and expression of law practice itself. Its prevalence and dominance demand that lawyers study technology’s impact on the practice of law and, for that matter, on the meaning of law and justice. There is no remaining ground on which to stand like the proverbial Luddite.

Number of Pages in PDF File: 12

Keywords: Luddite, technology, lawyers, information, demands, professional, practitioner

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Date posted: November 19, 2011  

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Miller, Nelson P. and Witte, Derek S., Helping Law-Firm Luddites Cross the Digital Divide — Arguments for Mastering Law-Practice Technology (January 1, 2009). Southern Methodist University Law Review, Vol. 12, p. 113, 2009. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1961643

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Nelson Pierce Miller (Contact Author)
Thomas M. Cooley Law School ( email )
300 S. Capitol Avenue
P.O. Box 13038
Lansing, MI 48901
United States
Derek S. Witte
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