Plenary Session 3
Integrating Technology into Legal Education
March 6, 12:30 - 1:00 p.m. EST
New technologies can deliver positive legal change, including accessibility, mobility, and knowledge. However, they can also unravel the norms, processes, and relationships at the heart of legal organization. This is especially cogent where individuals and entities are newly empowered or disempowered in relation to each other. As a result, teaching students to think critically about the production of law requires some further thinking about how lawyers can become effective users, designers, and critics of technology. This panel will explore ways of teaching students and lawyers to develop all of these skills so they can lead that change.
Sari Graben, Associate Dean, Academic, Research & Graduate Studies, Ryerson Law
Hersh Perlis, Co-Founder & Director - Legal Innovation Zone, Ryerson University
Tara Frater, Principal and Founder of FT Legal