This post originally appeared on the OsgoodePD Blog.
Technology has had a fundamental effect on most professions. It has standardized and simplified processes, removed labour intensive elements, and increased efficiency of how products and services are developed and sold. Most importantly, it has made it necessary for those in the profession to adapt and change who does the work, what the work is, and how the work is done.
Law and the practice of law has, in many ways, remained relatively untouched. That is until now!
Yes, computers and email have transformed how lawyers communicate and do their work, . . . [more]