- Instructor: Attorney Bob Schaller
- Lectures: 5
Technological innovations start off as niceties, but gradually transform themselves into everyday necessities. This is true in our personal lives as well as our professional ones. Ask any law school graduate that has attended school within the last ten years, and he or she will advocate for the essential nature of a computer to be successful in law school. This carries over to any contemporary law practice as well. Fortunately, many law school graduates’ experience in law school provides a technological foundation for many of the roadblocks that may present themselves. This lesson is meant as a framework for addressing many of the decisions a lawyer must make when establishing a modern law firm.