The Paisley pattern: IT and legal practice in Scotland
A number of influential authors such as Susskind and Katsh have highlighted the extent to which information technology (IT) has significantly altered, and will continue to affect, the provision of legal services at a fundamental level. While a number of studies have been carried out on the extent and use to which solicitors make use of IT in their legal practice in England and Wales, little research has been done with Scottish law firms. At a time when Scots lawyers are under increasing...[Show more]
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|Source:||Scottish Law & Practice Quarterly|
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