Delaware forms a Legal Technology Commission

From the Legal ethics blog comes interesting news from the State of Delaware.  The state has formed a permanent Commission tasked with providing education and guidance to Delaware attorneys on issues of technology.

It will be interesting to see how this Commission, the first in the country, evolves.  Given the newly developing ethics rules (already adopted by Delaware) which require attorneys to be competent in the technology they use, it will indubitably provide some of the means to accomplish this competence, as well as issuing opinions and guidance on such matters as cloud computing.

It’s an exciting development and one we here on Online Legal Software support.

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