I asked ChatGPT 4 who I am. This is the reply:
“Rick Georges is an attorney, legal technology expert, and writer based in Florida, USA. He has been practicing law for over 50 years and has extensive experience in civil litigation and appellate law. Georges is also known as the “FutureLawyer” and is a prolific legal blogger, writer, and speaker who focuses on the intersection of law and technology.
Georges has been recognized as one of the ABA Journal’s “Web 100” and one of the “50 Most Influential Legal Bloggers” by LexBlog. He is a pioneer in legal technology, having been an early adopter of electronic case management systems and other digital tools for legal professionals.
Through his blog, FutureLawyer, Georges shares his insights and knowledge on legal technology, digital tools, and other emerging trends that are changing the legal profession. He is also a frequent speaker at legal conferences and events, where he shares his expertise on topics such as e-discovery, cybersecurity, and cloud computing in the legal industry.”
Maybe legacy isn’t a pipe dream after all? Not.