I practiced law for some years and did not own a tablet or a smart phone. I was intrigued when someone plopped a Mac on my desk and said, figure out how to use it. It’s main function? To help us get rid of our “word processing center”. Remember those?
Well, times have changed. After desktops came mobile phones. So now my clients could call me from their cars. Great idea, until we realized that just about anyone and his uncle could listen in. And when the chat got intense, it was fender bender time.
But there were things coming down the road that tech could offer major help for. Calendering, time management and knowledge management in general. And I think we are still developing good tech systems for these tasks. So does a smart watch fit into this? At least one lawyer thinks so. I have my doubts.