My column last week discussed lawyers and their slow adoption of new technologies, including e-mail. I said, “I’ve always felt that lawyers were behind the rest of the business world technologically.” I concluded, “Technology will inevitably change the way we practice law. He who ignores this and refuses to jump on board does so at his own peril. He’ll find himself left behind.”

I must have struck a chord, because I’ve never received more e-mail about a column.

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