This article first appeared in the print editions of Corporate Counsel and The American Lawyer magazines as “Tech Expectations For Tomorrow’s Lawyers.”

Students graduating at the top of their law class are likely to find more doors open to them than most. But taking advantage of those opportunities may be easier said than done if they haven’t expanded their horizons. And no, it’s not just about working on interpersonal skills—though those certainly help. In today’s market, attorneys need to be holistic problem solvers capable of meeting a client’s needs beyond just giving them legal advice. And in many cases, that means knowing how and when to leverage technology.

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