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Last week, a friend and colleague forwarded this hilarious ABA Solo Newsletter piece which appears to be from … 1923 or so. There’s no date, but the tech suggestions for briefcase essentials are amusing. No, the author wasn’t recommending an Apple Newton, but it’s almost that bad.
If we had to guess, we’d tag it around 2004 or so — the heyday of the PDA and Palm Treo devices. So what were the recommendations? And what would today’s list look like?
The Old List
Alright. That's not a bad list. It's hilariously millennial, but not bad nonetheless. Let's take a look at how much things have changed.
Funnily enough, even the new list is overkill. A single smartphone can do everything except project a presentation onto a wall (though many can hook to an external projector). They can handle editing docs, running the same case management apps, and can even act as a scanner,albeit, a poor one, in a pinch.
We won't even get started on how much online legal research and cloud-based practice management have changed, and will change, the legal industry.
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