More than a few lawyers woke up New Year’s Day with a massive hangover and a deep sense of regret. When the clocks struck midnight and the lights did not flicker, their hopes for quick riches sank like an anchor. Without power failures, computer jams or midair crashes, the profession’s Y2K “specialists” will have to look elsewhere for business.

But for every lawyer with down spirits, there was a law firm information systems professional who was weary from late nights but elated that the computers, elevators and phones kept humming. Even in New Delhi.

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