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What Can Lawyers Expect As the Internet Matures?

Article by William Skeels IV
BY NOW, the Internet has become a fixture in the law office, with legal professionals routinely using e-mail to communicate, using Web search engines to locate information resources, performing fact research thorough specialty Web sites, and even accessing traditional legal research through Web browsers.

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Article by LaVern A. Pritchard
WHAT DOES it take to turn yourself into an "e-lawyer?" While the label "e-lawyer" will not last long, the broader concept of lawyers who make effective use of Web-based technologies in the real work of their practice will. So what does it take? The first thing any self-respecting e-lawyer needs is a good technology platform on which to build. Today, and for the foreseeable future, that means you need a good dynamic Web page generator or Web application server.

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