Panel: Legal Education at the Cutting Edge: 23 September 2014, Seattle

A panel entitled Legal Education at the Cutting Edge is scheduled to be held 23 September 2014 at the University of Washington School of Law in Seattle, Washington, USA.

The event is organized by Seattle Legal Innovation and Technology Meetup.

Here is a description of the event, from the announcement:

For September, we’ve lined up academics doing some of the most interesting things in legal education sharing what they’re doing and their experiences pushing the envelope in an environment that’s generally resistant to change. Here are our panelists, their affiliations and what they’ll be sharing with us:

Ryan Calo – UW Law School – Talking about his class Robotics, Law, and Policy (http://www.law.washington.edu/CourseCatalog/Course.aspx?ID=E547&YR=2014) that has an emphasis on law schools. It’s a deeply interdisciplinary seminar running for the third year this spring.

Tanina Rostain – Talking about the Iron Tech Law Program at Georgetown Law in which student teams show off apps built in our Technology Innovation and Law Practice practicum.

Dazza Greenwood – Legal Scientist at the MIT Media Lab. Yes, MIT. Yes, he’s a lawyer working there. No, MIT doesn’t have a law school. Dazza works in Sandy Pentland’s Human Dynamics laboratory and is pursuing some very innovative projects in the privacy and open data spaces.

This will be a fascinating look at the some cutting edge projects and pedagogical techniques in the law. […]

For more details, please see the announcement.

HT @legaltechSEA

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