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Reflecting on the old days may tell us how old we are but also what we left behind.
In an always evolving technological world, it reminds us that somethings will never be the same. For better or for worse, this is especially true in the practice of law.
For those who remember a time before Kimmel, here's a Letterman-like list of Top 10 Lawyer Things That Are No More:
Penmanship became an art form about the time keystrokes arrived.
These machines are considered antiques, except perhaps in Third World countries.
No, it's not a watch, but nowadays your watch may have your contacts in it.
Like so many other tasks, there's an app for directions to the courthouse these days.
Replaced by so many legal search engines, the old red books are as rare as the old blue books.
Those paper additions to the blue books had nothing to do with nutrition.
The ink ran out about 10 years ago, when newspaper pages turned into webpages.
If you are still carrying a pager, you are not a lawyer. You're a doctor.
Of course, you had to have a land line for that for service.
If your car broke down and you were late to court, good luck finding a pay phone before the sanctions order.
Yeah, those were the good old days.
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