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A judge's view: Technological advances benefit the court system

Published 01/05/2012, Duluth News Tribune

When I was attending law school from 1978 through 1981, I worked full time as a secretary in a law office. We used carbon paper, and copies of letters were on onion-skin paper. The attorneys didn’t want us to use the photocopiers for correspondence. The clerical staff carefully corrected all typed copies with “Wite-Out.” Doing work this way was the norm and not the exception.

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