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  PoS   WORD HIS EDU SOC LAW HUM PHIL SCI MED BUS
1  N    VIEWPOINT 271 257 298 149 302 365 295 50 15
2  N    COORDINATION 397 220 548 319 115 69 437 244 21
3  J    LARGE-SCALE 406 123 374 202 158 102 966 79 51
4  R    INDIVIDUALLY 157 437 405 138 236 233 405 239 35
5  R    ADEQUATELY 239 373 414 345 154 312 338 250 26
6  J    MARGINAL 309 85 925 342 239 150 335 114 95
7  N    FERTILITY 323 7 715 236 202 175 294 113 8
8  V    ACTIVATE 62 102 174 38 216 187 591 355 31
9  V    EXERT 358 180 426 215 225 210 485 193 18
10  J    SOCIOECONOMIC 595 667 1059 292 143 207 387 386 7
 

as commonly electronic as it is paper -- can any lawyer be even adequately prepared without the benefit of a computer? Is not the everyday standard of care lawyers owe as professionals virtually impossible to maintain without computer literacy? Facts: No physician can practice medicine while shunning computerized diagnostic equipment. A commercial airliner can not fly without on-board navigational computers, nor can an engineer design a bridge without computer-aided design tools. Is a lawyer diligently representing his client if his legal research is still being conducted manually? Or have the many online legal data bases rendered manual research obsolete? Similarly, is a lawyer further-ing his or her client's point of view when an expert's testimony remains inscrutable to a jury, despite the availability of computer-generated graphics that might clarify and support that testimony? What about missed filing deadlines, appearance dates, or miscalculated statute of limitation deadlines, all of which can be tracked by an automated docketing system? It is

 
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