US Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan has admitted that most court members are clueless when it comes to technology.
I don’t know about you but it really worries me that someone who is potentially adjudicating on key issues involving intellectual property cannot or refuses to use the Internet.
I am all for old school ways of transferring confidential information particularly in light of recent hacks (If the government can be hacked I am sure the small law firm down the road can be) however, not being able to send an email is just inexcusable.
Technology is not retreating it is only advancing. It is time the justice system jumped on the Internet bandwagon.
It really isn’t that scary and could make legal professionals work-life a whole lot easier.