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Things aren't what they used to be. Today's lawyers face a constantly shifting legal landscape. Technology has made it possible to run a paperless law firm, to outsource tasks across the globe, or to find yourself swamped in endless eDiscovery. The internet has made it easier for people to find (and review) lawyers online, but it has also empowered clients to demand more for less. Meanwhile, growing corporate legal departments are handling more tasks in house, while smaller clients are increasingly seeking out DIY solutions.
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