I keep wondering how #telelegal will be impacted by what’s occurring with #telemedicine…? [Christian]

DC: Hmmm…regarding #telelegal, I keep wondering how it will be impacted by what’s occurring with #telemedicine …? “The FCC has developed/approved a $200 million program […]

Given the attached graphic…what do you suppose, how might this type of thing impact #telelegal? [Christian]

From DSC: Given the attached graphic…what do you suppose, how might this type of thing impact #telelegal (i.e., akin to what’s currently building with #telemedicine […]

Why combine law with design? [Hagan]

Law by Design — a book by Margaret Hagan Excerpt: Why combine law with design? Even if these two fields have traditionally not intersected, I […]

My thanks to a friend for causing me to further reflect on this article: “Can computers ever replace the classroom?” [Beard]

From DSC: I’d like to thank Mr. Eric Osterberg — a fraternity brother and friend of mine — for sending me the following article. I […]

Hmmm…can’t help but wonder if online-based courts would help mightily in this situation? [Christian]

DC: Hmmm…can’t help but wonder if online-based courts would help mightily in this situation? #legal #law #courts #lawschool #innovation #change #A2J https://t.co/lIxFg1X7Rb pic.twitter.com/88wWStlb10 — Daniel […]

Evaluating Legal Services: The Need for a Quality Movement and Standard Measures of Quality and Value [Linna]

Evaluating Legal Services: The Need for a Quality Movement and Standard Measures of Quality and Value – Chapter in Research Handbook on Big Data Law […]

Why law librarians are so important in a data-driven world [Cadmus]

Why law librarians are so important in a data-driven world — from Oxford University Press (blog.oup.com) by Femi Cadmus Excerpt (emphasis DSC): Looking ahead, the […]

AI laws are coming [Walch ]

AI laws are coming — from forbes.com by Kathleen Walch Excerpt: The pace of adoption for AI and cognitive technologies continues unabated with widespread, worldwide, […]

Georgetown Law announces two new degrees, including nation’s first “Master of Law and Technology” Program for non-lawyers

Georgetown Law announces two new degrees, including nation’s first “Master of Law and Technology” Program for non-lawyers — from law.georgetown.edu Classes will start fall 2020 […]

“Strategy is about folding the future back – it’s not about pushing the present forward!” [Govindarajan]

“Strategy is about folding the future back – it’s not about pushing the present forward!” Vijay Govindarajan, keynote speaker at today’s Law 2030 event   […]

[In the legal realm] 38 states have adopted the duty of technology competence [Ambrogi]

38 states have adopted the duty of technology competence — from lawsitesblog.com by Bob Ambrogi Excerpt: In 2012, something happened that I called a sea change in […]

5 items re: technology’s further integration into the legal realm

Also see: EU Proposes Strict Regulations for AI — from futuretech360.com by John K. Waters Excerpt: The European Union this week unveiled its first proposed regulations for […]

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