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Justices Add Tech Savviness to Professional Responsibility

, The Legal Intelligencer


Whether a geek or a technophobe, all attorneys practicing in Pennsylvania are now required to at least be familiar with the basics of technology.

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  • Michael Peters

    Thanks Julie, great article. To your point: I (accidentally) attended a recent CLE on "predictive coding," which frankly I thought was something entirely different than what it turned out to be. In the last year , predictive coding of documents in discovery--using selected sets of 'hot documents' to 'train' a computer to search large databases for relevant and/or privileged documents--has gone from being an interesting curiosity, to a time and money-saving practice specifically recommended by the SDNY and at least one other federal court. Before stumbling into this CLE, I had no idea.

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