Jurors, Watch the Screen
12 September 2005Legal Times, co-authored with Khizr M. Khan
For most of the history of jurisprudence, pens, paper, and law books were the tools of the lawyer's trade. That's all changed. Of course, lawyers have been using computers for legal writing and research for some time, but, increasingly, today's top attorneys are harnessing the power of technology for more than just creating documents; they are using it to persuade.