Extract from Doug Austin’s article “Modernizing Legal Technology Education is What “He Said, She Said””
Even during Legalweek, I can find time for some regular topics (as long as the plane ride up is long enough!). Here’s one where I don’t have to even do a lot of typing: our latest “He Said, She Said” on Modernizing Legal Technology Education!
Recently, Christy Burke (who is President and Founder of Burke & Company LLC) and I conducted an interview with four thought leaders who are at the forefront of efforts toward modernizing legal technology education: Caitlin (Cat) Moon, Director of Innovation Design at Vanderbilt Law School, Bonnie L. Beuth, Founding Member at LTC4, Mike Quartararo, President, Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) and Memme Onwudiwe, EVP Legal & Business Intelligence at Evisort.
We discussed a variety of topics related to modernizing legal technology education, including the state of legal technology education today, technology education at law schools and law firms, addressing the lack of eDiscovery competence, how legal tech vendors are helping to provide educational opportunities and what will help change the dynamic and grow legal tech education in the near future.
It’s a terrific interview with three thought leaders about a variety of things related to modernizing legal technology education! The interview is below AND it’s also available in eDiscovery Today’s YouTube channel here!