Being tech savvy isn’t just a “good thing.” As this repost from NW Sidebar points out, it is key to avoiding potential malpractice and ethics complaints.
Being a Luddite can be expensive, embarrassing, and potentially disastrous for lawyers and clients. Tech incompetence can result in wasted time (and therefore increased cost to the client), loss of money and identity, ethical sanctions, and embarrassment or worse in the courtroom. Those are high prices to pay for being too proud (or lazy) to […]
via The Consequences of Technological Incompetence — NWSidebar
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