Technology, such as document automation, e-discovery and early case assessment software, has rattled the legal industry. But is this technology at risk of slashing positions for lawyers and paralegals, perhaps like how self-checkout machines may have eliminated some cashier jobs in your local grocery store?

Not according to Jim Gill, content marketing manager at e-discovery and information governance software company Exterro. On July 7, Gill reposted an earlier blog post on the Beaverton, Ore.-based company’s website called “The Right Tools for the Job: E-Discovery Technology Can Never Replace Lawyers, Only Help Them.”

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