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Lawyers, Not Computers, Do Critical Thinking.

A commentator by the name of Na'i posted the following comment. 

"What would you say about the lives of people depending on computers more to do their critical thinking rather than their brains?"

Well, what I would say is that computers don't think.  Computers, paperless technology and other digital information provide information access easily and seamlessly.  Having access to information allows smart lawyers to analyze cases and issues at a much higher level.  Technology makes information available.  Technology does not spit out the answer.  Only lawyers can do the critical thinking necessary to achieve their clients' goals.


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