The automation of information has far-reaching consequences for the law. Print-based research sources foster a view of the law as a separate domain, hierarchically organized under basic principles. In contrast, computer-assisted legal research erodes the boundaries that separate law from other domains and conveys an image of the law as a relatively unorganized assortment of facts and doctrines.
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