Of course, you’re not alone. Lots of lawyers are frustrated with technology.
It’s too complicated. It’s always changing. And you aren’t interested in being a tech-wizard.
Am I right?
You went to law school to learn to solve legal problems, not to futz with machines powered by microchips.
Some lawyers (usually “tech nerds”) try to solve “the problem of technology” by getting better at using technology.
But this is an insidious trap.
Other lawyers try to avoid using technology as much as possible. This is also unrealistic.
Technology is part of the practice of law now, like it or not.