In 2012, the American Bar Association formally approved a change to the Model Rules of Professional Conduct to make clear that lawyers have a duty to be competent not only in the law and its practice, but also in technology. Since then 32 states have adopted the duty of technology competence. On LawSites, Bob Ambrogi maintains a list of those states.
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