Lawyers do not like technology. Lawyers, who often bill by the tenth of the hour, are impatient people, and learning how to use technology takes time. Lawyers are generally Type-As who need perfection, and office technology is always breaking and being fixed. Lawyers also hate to look stupid--confidence can be as important as knowledge of the law--and learning how to use new technology makes people feel like idiots. Ultimately though, lawyers are often small business owners, and technology is expensive. The hardware, the software, and the support staff is just too much.Read more
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