Even lawyers need a break from the day job
According to the ABA Technology Survey (which the Lawyerist blogged about here) only 41% of lawyers claim to read the terms of service for cloud computing services.
Note the words “claim to”. I think the percentage of lawyers who actually read the terms they claim to read is more likely to be 4.1%! In my experience, lawyers are the least likely to read contract terms when purchasing things online for themselves.
And that applies to practising lawyers right through to those in academia!
After all, there’s only so much of that stuff that anyone can stomach. Everyone needs a break from the day-job.
Put it another way: how many restaurant chefs do you think go home and cook for themselves at the end of a tough night’s service?