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If you feel bewildered by the rapidly shifting dynamics of legal practice in the digital age, you are not alone. The Millennial mind-set may be unnerving if you think that all things digital are mere add-ons to today’s practice of law.
We cannot reverse the advance of the new work culture. Sooner or later, we must let go of pre-digital notions. The digitalization of the business environment is irreconcilable with our traditional concepts of reality. It calls upon us to redefine how we think and relate to one another. The sooner we recognize that a new era has dawned and leave the baggage of tradition behind, the sooner the new culture will become our own.
With such dynamic and rapid change, there are new expectations of the type of skills attorneys need to succeed. This technological and mental shift demands that lawyers not only adapt themselves to be adept leaders in a digital age, but to take advantage of the new opportunities.
E-Lawyer: A Guide to Legal Practice in the Internet Age will bring lawyer’s attitudes into sync with the realities of today’s marketplace, and help unravel the sometimes daunting and unfamiliar legal landscape in the new “Internet Age.” After reading this book, you will know how to: