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What if we just got rid of the computers, went back to paper, and then we could get rid of the entire TI staff too." I think he meant IT staff, but that isn't really the point.
And that suggestion, like every other suggestion at these meetings, is taken completely seriously and put up for discussion and a vote.
"When I was an associate, we didn't have them, and we did just fine.
They're a distraction, they're expensive, and everyone spends all day figuring out how to make them work.
The firm's Board of Directors met this evening to discuss the recent layoffs and additional possible actions we might take to stem the recent economic losses and put ourselves in a strong position should the recovery take longer than expected.
"Why do we even need computers," one director emeritus said tonight.By an hour and four minutes in, he was in the middle of an obscenity-filled rant about "woman lawyers" and how we should just let them the run the whole place since "everyone likes to do business with someone they want to f***." In other words, it was a typical meeting of the Board of Directors.Being on the Board, sadly, has taken all the majesty out of law firm work.You start out and you imagine the folks in charge must be, in a way, better than you.
Smarter than you, wiser than you, somehow more responsible and more important and more worthy of respect."I think computers do more than you realize," one guy said.