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41204
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As an employee of Duke Power Company’s Legal Department, Vaughn’s work entailed little travel and the conveniences of working from the office. Then two life changes occurred: a move to the Duke Power location in Charlotte that entailed keeping another “office” in Washington DC; the birth of her first child. Also discussed were the impact of these two major professional and personal life changes.
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41205
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Sam Byasee’s recollection of how the Internet has impacted lawyers over the past two decades, particularly how the Internet has changed the attorney-client relationship through the inclusion of email as a communication tool. With the advantages of the Internet highlighted, he included two traditional (e.g. printed) resources that can be helpful to individuals in the legal profession.
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41207
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William Skeel’s support for both the Internet and CDs as complementary research tools to traditional (e.g printed) forms of research tools is underscored in his assertion of their impact on digital research and the legal profession.
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41203
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Attorney Purcell recounted the positive and negative impact that implementing technology such as computers, Microsoft programs, and the Internet into the life of his firm. Included is a list of tips for successfully integrating these technological tools into day to day business operations.
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41209
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Lundsford related the irony of the State Bar, the watchdog for North Carolina’s legal profession, finding itself on the other side of the counsel table through lawsuits by lawyers facing charges such as disbarment and decertification.
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41208
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The Internet is a substantial resource for lawyers, as D’Amico acknowledged in the discussion of its purposes and resources noted, in particular listserv and fee based online services. For its importance and advantages, the author includes examples of print based legal resources for attorneys still adjusting to the inclusion of this digital resource in the legal profession.
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41206
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In Parnell’s account of the impact that computers have made on attorneys, his view clashed with ones his firm who had a digital native perspective on the value and purpose for this technological tool on the legal profession and a firm’s day to day operations.
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41202
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Attorney Blount recalled the introduction and enduring place that computers and the Internet play in his life as a lawyer and on the direction that the legal profession in NC has been taking the past four decades as a result.