Now that Alberta lawyers have a formal duty of technological competence, one might ask, what does this duty entail and what does the duty require of lawyers? This paper considers various dimensions of technologically competent lawyering and explores what lawyers’ obligations going forward will be.
This paper was presented at LESA’s Alberta Legal Technology Conference webinar on May 19, 2021.
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