Avoiding Ethics Pitfalls in using Legal Technology

16 Jan , 2024

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Every legal practice today, regardless of size, relies on technology. From word-processing software, to spreadsheet applications, to electronic billing systems, to sophisticated artificial intelligence applications to improve productivity and efficiency, it is impossible to avoid technology. 

In this discussion, we will begin by getting the lay of the land as to every lawyer’s ethical obligation in using technology. From there, we will move on to gaining a better understanding of the potential risks of using technology. Finally, we will discuss methods to mitigate those risks. Throughout the discussion, real-world examples will be given.

 

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