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The paisley pattern: IT and legal practice in scotland

Barton, Karen and Duncan, P. and Maharg, Paul and McKellar, Patricia (2000) The paisley pattern: IT and legal practice in scotland. Scottish Law and Practice Quarterly, 5 (3). pp. 217-239.

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Abstract

Findings of survey of law firms in Paisley area to identify extent and nature of IT usage, impact on work practices, perceived benefits of IT, motivations to use IT and apprehensions about its usage.