Sturm College of Law
In August 2003, Colorado took another huge stride toward the electornic age by announcing that it would become the first state to allow free online filing of civil cases for qualifying low-income people. The last "Scrivener" column addressed how the courts' shift to electronic formats may alter the way lawyers and judges read and write legal documents. This column addresses some of the practical aspects of preparing documents that some readers will view on paper and others will view only in electronic format.
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K.K. DuVivier, Straddling the Electronic and Paper Realms—E-Filing: Part II, 32 Colo. Law. 69 (Nov. 2003).