Nice article in Slate on technology’s effect on law practice featuring computational law guru Dan Katz.
Some wag contributed this quote:
In Illinois, where I live, you see vast stretches of unoccupied land—because you no longer need people to farm the corn and soybeans that we grow around here. When I look at soybean fields now, I think of lawyers.
This refers to traditional lawyers, not the legal experts who are prepared to work in and create products for the new legal information industry.