[teknoids] Can legal tech skills help?

Simms, Grace glsimms at samford.edu
Thu Aug 27 11:06:40 EDT 2015

I think we do have to do more.  I'm teaching a class this semester - Technology and the Practice of Law.

New grads are already considered "expensive" as they require so much training as new attorneys.  Technology instruction can hopefully give them a bit of a boost.

Grace L. Simms
Information Technology Librarian
Beeson Law Library
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From: Teknoids [mailto:teknoids-bounces at lists.teknoids.net] On Behalf Of Edmunds, Doug
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This article paints a grim picture for the students we're helping prepare for legal careers. How can we, as IT professionals working in law schools, help our students differentiate themselves in a very tough job market? One way, I would argue, is by lobbying for, helping faculty create and, where possible, teaching or co-teaching more law practice technology courses.


Doug Edmunds
UNC School of Law
Assistant Dean for IT & Adjunct Instructor

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