Lawyers can witness evolution as electronic evidence pushes paper right out of the courtroom. But that doesn’t make the necessary transformation any easier.
The following story was posted recently in a litigation support group by an experienced litigation support specialist who was hired to do scanning of closed files at a busy litigation law firm. He was responding to a conversation thread about the importance and meaning of job titles in the litigation support industry. I found his insight and descriptive language fascinating and felt it needed to be shared as broadly as possible. For someone like me, who has consulted with law firms and run a scanning shop, it rings very true. If you are a lawyer, litigation law clerk, litigation support staff or scanner operator for a vendor, you need to read this.