The Southern District of Florida will become one of the last federal court districts in the country to enter the new paperless era when nearly the entire filing system goes electronic Oct. 12.

That means a steep learning curve for lawyers and judges, particularly those who hardly know how to turn on their computers. All South Florida lawyers and judges who practice in federal court — estimated at about 5,000 active members — must undergo training. Nearly 4,000 already have completed the task.

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