Practicing law used to be almost entirely about the ability to communicate and make a cohesive, logical argument. For some lawyers, that might continue to be the case. But for others, a rapidly increasing degree of technological literacy will be key for staying competitive in the field. It stands to reason that gaining access to the enormous amounts of data stored via blockchain might enhance law firms’ ability to discover hard evidence or contradictions in a case.
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