Legal Education

Law Librarians: The Hidden Bastions of Data-Driven Innovation

It is not uncommon to hear of venture capital’s hesitancy to invest in legal tech startups. The challenges are many: a long sales cycle, cultural conservatism and entrenched processes to name a few. Within the academic community, we’ve heard a similar reason for not investing in evolving and increasingly important legal tools. A law school […]

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Getting To New Law: Standardized Quality Metrics

I was at a gathering a while back that happened to include the General Counsel of a Fortune 100 company.  I asked him if he measured ROI on his legal spend.  “No,” he said, “I can’t.”  Why not?  “I can’t measure quality.” I suspect, though, that he meant “I can’t measure quality yet.”  At various […]

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Syllabus & Course Reader for Legal Technology & Informatics at Notre Dame Law School

This week my co-instructor, Jason Boehmig, and I kicked off our course on Legal Technology and Informatics at Notre Dame Law School. Our first guest speaker was Andy Jurczyk, CIO of Seyfarth Shaw. We have a great line-up of speakers running throughout the semester. Below is the updated syllabus for the course listing all of our speakers as well […]

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