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Lawyers Can't Be Luddites Anymore: Do Law Librarians Have a Role in Helping Lawyers Adjust to the New Ethics Rules Involving Technology?


Darla W. Jackson


University of South Dakota School of Law

September 1, 2013

LAW LIBRARY JOURNAL Vol. 105:3 [2013-20]

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In August 2012, the American Bar Association, recognizing the influence of technology, amended the Model Rules of Professional Conduct. These changes to the standards of professional conduct require attorneys to have some basic technological competence. This work focuses on specific areas in which law librarians may find opportunities to share both newly developed and well-established technological expertise with attorneys.

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Date posted: September 25, 2013  

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Jackson, Darla W., Lawyers Can't Be Luddites Anymore: Do Law Librarians Have a Role in Helping Lawyers Adjust to the New Ethics Rules Involving Technology? (September 1, 2013). LAW LIBRARY JOURNAL Vol. 105:3 [2013-20]. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2330333 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2330333

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Darla W. Jackson (Contact Author)
University of South Dakota School of Law ( email )
414 East Clark Street
Vermillion, SD 57069
United States
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