When Philip Bryce began practicing law in the late 1970s, his secretary used a typewriter, personal computers were unheard of and offices all over Manhattan would practically come to a standstill when a fax came chugging through on a machine the size and heft of a floor safe.

Mr. Bryce, manager of knowledge resources at White & Case, refers to standard procedure of that time as “a paper paradigm that took hundreds of years to establish.”

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