Law 2.0: Technology's Impact on the Practice of Law

Law 2.0: Technology's Impact on the Practice of Law

Dr. Ron Dolin
Spring 2018 seminar
W, Th 5:00pm - 7:00pm
2 classroom credits

Prerequisite: None

Exam: No Exam

Legal technology is rapidly transforming both the practice and nature of law. This class seeks to explore both the current trends and the future possibilities of this transformation, as we begin to train the future generation of technology-savvy lawyers, and technologists who understand the intricacies and potential of what the law could be. This class incorporates regular guest speakers who are leaders in the field. Past speakers have come from Google, LegalZoom, Stanford, leading law firms, legal tech startups, etc. Note that there are no prerequisites for this class beyond an interest in the subject.

Note: This course will meet every other week during the spring term.

Subject Areas: Procedure & Practice, Intellectual Property, Cyberlaw and Technology, and Arts & Entertainment