The ABA Antitrust Law Section's Law Ambassador Program gives students a safe place to learn, network, and build substantive experience in antitrust law, privacy, and data protection while in law school.
This is the third and final part of my legal research analysis to help you become a proactive researcher. Just to recap, the first-part of my legal research analysis addressed knowing the what before the where to your legal research. In other words, that part addressed knowing
Cybersecurity and data privacy are two of the fastest growing and exciting areas of the law, which means that there are plenty of opportunities for law students to begin their career. One of the main reasons why this field is growing so rapidly, is that laws and regulations
In the technological driven world we live in today, cyber issues have pushed themselves to the forefront no matter what area of law we practice in. This is especially true in light of the COVID pandemic that forced a new work-from-home world in which lawyers regularly attend court,
Whether you’re a “tech person” or not, technology is changing the legal field, and you need to embrace technology if you’re going to thrive in your career. But what, exactly, must you know? Here are eight tech tips any law student needs
There's a lot of information out there on the internet you just can't trust. This information from the ABA Antitrust Law Section, though? It's right on the money. If you're a law student or lawyer in your first five years of practice who is interested
“I just want to sue people.” It’s an all too familiar phrase and one that perhaps all of us law students, current and prospective, are guilty of uttering at one time or another. It’s not surprising. Here in the U.S., legal pop culture thrives
The Law School Admission Council awarded its inaugural Justice Innovation Challenge winner earlier this month. And the winner is a law student who
Over the past few decades, technology has played a key role in connecting individuals, businesses, and organizations across the world. The increasing use of technology, whether in the healthcare, financial, or educational sectors, has changed the way we do things. In the legal industry,
This last week, I had the distinct pleasure of attending the American Bar Association’s TECHSHOW as a law student. It’s an experience that was incredibly special, although I wasn’t aware of how special it was until I got
The text came through at 4:37. Then, the slides came at 4:57. At 5:07, I was pitching an app at the ABA TECHSHOW’s Startup Alley that I had known about for 29 hours. I’m a 1L. At the
The 2019 ABA TECHSHOW starts Wednesday, and I can already feel the excitement brewing on the Oklahoma University College of Law campus. Last year’s TECHSHOW was nothing short of amazing. The only thing that rivaled the education
Did you know that thirty-five states have expressly included knowledge of technology in the official comments for their Rules of Professional Conduct? Most states have adopted language similar to comment 8 of the ABA Model Rule 1.1: Competence.
Are you on social media? Or have you been so warned of the perils that you have distanced yourself from sharing on social media at all? While the latter option may be a preventative measure against jeopardizing your future career, it is also a barrier to potential networking,
While the concept of certificate programs in business executive education has proliferated over the past few decades, this offering is new in the legal profession – and far overdue, in my experience. Certificate programs hit a sweet spot: offered by law schools that are uniquely positioned to bring together highly qualified instructors, the programs provide timely, cohesive learning experiences.
The Clio Cloud Conference is all about being creative and breaking the mold of traditional legal work. In many ways, being a law student or young lawyer is an advantage.
So, why is it that lawyers are not using better tools, with better mobile adaptability? The classic excuse has been security: “We simply can’t work on mobile because it’s not secure.” At this day and age, when literally everyone else is on mobile, including banks and stock trading platforms, can this still be regarded as a valid argument?
Relativity Fest, the e-discovery industry’s largest user conference, will take place Sept. 30 though Oct. 3 in Chicago – and Relativity wants to invite 10 tech-savvy law or paralegal students to join the fun.
For the past two years, we have seen the academic community grow at the ABA TECHSHOW. This year was a continuation of that growth with the University of Oklahoma Law Center for Technology and Innovation in Practice sponsoring six law students to attend. Instead of me talking about how great TECHSHOW is for law students to attend, below are their own short summaries of their experiences.
Admit it: sometimes the practice of law can be tedious. The truth is that on a day-to-day basis, being a lawyer isn’t always nearly as glamorous as it seemed to be in the movies that lured many of us to apply to law school. Sure some parts of practicing law
By their very nature, autonomous vehicles were crafted to purposely battle the phenomenon of reckless or negligent driving; the underlying philosophy was built on the premise that a computer-based system is less likely to err than an absent-minded human behind the wheel. But exactly makes the autonomous vehicle less prone to such accidents?
ABA TECHSHOW came to town last week, and it was great catching up with old faces that I've never seen. I probably met 20 people that I've talked to forever but have never actually met in person. Some were just visiting and taking in an education panel or 10. Some were
We lawyers can be externally focused, constantly worrying and thinking about our clients and their cases and neglecting our own well-being. Fortunately, it’s easier than ever to care for your well-being thanks to apps and other online programs. So the next time you catch yourself mindlessly scrolling through Instagram, give one of these apps a try instead.
To be an effective lawyer today means something quite different from what it meant even as recently as 10 years ago. Today technology plays an outsized role in our lives. Our cellphones have become inextricably linked to each one of us. In fact, the very term cellphone has become a
We lawyers and law students are trained to think in the past. We are taught that the law changes slowly, that we should stick to precedent, and that stare decisis is king. But living in the past comes at a cost: we are often the last ones to pick up