Technological innovations are changing the practice of law. Lawyers need to be aware of both the advantages of new technologies and the novel concerns that arise in the digital age. This article discusses eight issues that lawyers should be aware of with respect to technological advances within the legal field: (1) cloud technology, (2) the privacy implications that arise from new technology, (3) data storage technology, (4) electronic trials and hearings, (5) demonstrative evidence, (6) digital exhibit books, (7) internet searches and witnesses, and (8) video conference testimony.
Ron S. Foster & Lianne M. Cihlar , "Technology and Family Law Hearings", (2014) 5:1 online: UWO J Leg Stud 2 <http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/uwojls/vol5/iss1/2>.
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