Maybe you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but you can teach him new ways to perform his old tricks.
The practice of law has long been defined by large offices with documents spilling out from every available corner. But since the advent of cellular technology (and the laptop … and the BlackBerry … and the iPad), some law offices have reduced real estate, found the ability to work on airplanes and even gone completely paperless. As technology advances, lawyers find themselves on call 24/7 and can respond more quickly and efficiently to client requests. The tradeoff: a certain amount of personal freedom.
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