Law Firms Of The Future Will Be The Lawyers Of The Past

Law360, New York (March 17, 2014, 10:24 AM EDT) -- The movie "Her," which just earned Spike Jonze an Academy Award for best screenplay, has earned less than $30 million at the box office. There’s a reason for that. "Her" is a thought experiment, playing out the idea that someday, computer operating systems will become smart enough to serve as romantic partners for humans. In the movie, Scarlett Johansson breathily voices the operating system, making the concept highly palatable to large swaths of the male movie-going audience.

Still, the masses have resisted "Her," and I think the reason lies not in the outlandishness of its premise, but rather in its believability....

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