Lawyers say they want technology and training, but those of us in the trenches know that some attorneys are resistant. Here are some classic behaviors that evidence not-so-thinly disguised attempts to sabotage learning opportunities:

1. The dog ate my alarm clock: Attorneys wouldn’t dream of arriving late for court, but think nothing of being tardy for training. They put themselves at an immediate disadvantage because they must play catch-up — and they are disruptive to others already in class.

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