Legal Techonology and Law Practice in the Digital Age
This course explores the implication of legal technology to law and the legal system with an emphasis on law firm and office technology but also addressing government agency, court, courtroom, and litigation related technologies. The seminar considers the probable ethical, procedural, evidentiary, and systemic effects of technological innovations such as knowledge management, technology-dependent lawyer-client relationships, new forms of communication, multi-media court records, remote deposition and hearing appearances, imaged documents, and computer-based courtroom information and evidence display.
This upper-level seminar course explores ethical, procedural, evidentiary, and systemic effects of technology on the practice of law.
Recommended for the following Professional Pathways: Corporate Transactions and Governance; Financial Services and Compliance; Health Care Management and Compliance; International Business; Labor and Employment (Corporate Perspective); Government/Public Sector; Tech/Privacy; General Practice – Litigation/Dispute Resolution; General Practice – Transactional