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March 10th, 2006

Susskind outlines technology predictions for next ten years

Abstract:
“By and large, most lawyers have now got their BlackBerry machines, they Google regularly, and they think they are on their way — the transformation has occurred. And my argument is that it is the plumbing,” he said. “The plumbing is in place, the infrastructure is in place, and the really exciting stuff that will go to the heart of legal services, the heart of legal process, is coming in the next decade.”

Susskind predicted that technology was heading towards exponential growth with the advent of nanotechnology and the dissemination of content tailored to individual needs.

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