Bar Bulletin

Bar Bulletin

Why Is Paper Still King in King County?

January 2019 Bar Bulletin

By Larry Johnson

Even though the first 20 years of my practice were spent in civil litigation, my real love since the 1980s was computers, and then, in the 1990s, the emerging internet.1 So, in 1995 I gladly accepted the invitation from Presiding Judge Dale Ramerman and King County Superior Court Clerk Jan Michaels to join the Steering Committee on Electronic Court Records.2 

In 1995, there were only a handful of lawyers who even knew what a PDF file was. But we were going to create the future of paperless courtrooms!

Imagine My Surprise To See What Still Goes on Today

In 1994, I had switched...

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