There has been a lot of talk lately about wearable computing; and, whether lawyers and professionals will adopt wearables as tools for their practices. Forgotten is the fact that computers have been wearable for a while now. We are just getting more variety in computing that can be worn on the body. For example, while some of you think it is dorky to carry a smartphone on your belt, in a case that clips on, it is the most convenient way for me and others, and allows fast and easy access to the phone. In fact, if you are carrying your phone in your pocket, you are "wearing" it, aren't you? My SmartWatch is on my wrist, and connected to my Smart Phone and Headphones via Bluetooth. The LG Tone Plus headset sits on my neck unobtrusively, and I can use one bud for phone calls, and the other for music and video. Three devices, one worn on the neck, one worn on the wrist, and one worn on the belt. Hey, what do you know? Wearable computing comes to the legal profession!