TECHNOLOGY is reducing the reliance on traditional courtroom hearings, writes David S Christie
The days of Perry Mason, where court cases could turn on a lawyer’s late flourish of vital evidence might be over (if they ever existed) with the increasing use of technology in the civil legal process
Three of the possible stages in which this might develop will be looked at today. Most people probably think that Scottish lawyers are out of touch with modern technology. In fact, two Scottish lawyers are at the forefront of the first stage of development.
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