or legal technology, 2002 began on September 11.

After the disaster struck, law firms realized technology could keep their work from perishing in even the worst of circumstances. Large law firms learned that they needed disaster recovery plans. Lawyers needed to be able to access their electronic files all the time, from any place. Small firms had somewhat smaller epiphanies. They realized they had to start backing up their data to begin with.

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