“I am simply tired of lawyers being criticized for using a computer rather than a paper to carry out basic functions of practice.”

Carolyn Elefant took (partial) exception to yesterdays rant about thrift, A Penny Saved.

I was reacting primarily to this part of the post:

And you have so very many cases that you can’t keep track of things with a pen and paper? Like they did for centuries before you arrived? Are you that busy, or is tracking cases in a diary that difficult? If so, your problems go much farther than needing software, and you should seriously consider a new occupation.

Check out the exchange between Carolyn and Scott Greenfield and weigh in if you think the post went too far — or not far enough.

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