I heard a wonderful speaker the other day, a fellow named John T. Broderick, Jr., who is the retired chief justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court and is now a law school dean. Justice Broderick posited that if a lawyer from the 19th century were to be magically dropped into a modern courtroom, he could quickly master the new environment and start trying a case.
The Challenges Of Technological Competence
The Connecticut Law Tribune
December 14, 2012
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