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If memory serves me correctly, teachers, professors, schools and universities have fought for years to bring more computers to the classroom. But one Memphis law prof thinks pen and paper is the way to go. Hey, if New York’s FBI agents can go without email, there’s no reason lawyers can’t go without them new fangled digital gizmos.