Preparing Lawyers to be Practice-Ready in a Tech-Driven World

With a new emphasis on legal innovation, law schools are using experiential learning and technology tools to meet the future needs of law firms and legal departments.

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With a new emphasis on legal innovation, law schools are using experiential learning and technology tools to meet the future needs of law firms and legal departments.

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  • Michael Temple

    I believe the key is not only tech training while in law school, but a continuing and and ongoing collaboration and training. I am a digital marketing consultant and even being in the industry I am sometimes shocked at how quickly technologies, processes and people change. When I started in the industry "social media" wasn‘t even a word, but today it has huge ramifications for attorneys that practice estate law. Because of these rapid and ongoing changes I believe future attorneys need to think of this as a life long learning endeavor and plan on not only constantly taking classes and learning, but having a team of reliable technology advisors that they can collaborate with.

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