RALEIGH — The Campbell Law Innovation Institute (CLII) will host a FREE 90-minute Continuing Legal Education (CLE) event from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct 16, at Campbell Law School for attorneys seeking technology CLE credit.
Attendees of the CLE entitled, “Responding to Innovations in the Law: Legal Technology Solutions for a Modern Legal Practice,” will learn about advancements in computational law, how the law is being reduced into formal languages to build new applications and automated processes and practical applications of technology solutions to modernize the practice of law, explained Professor Kevin Lee, director of the CLII.
“This CLE is intended for North Carolina attorneys seeking technology CLE credits with an intermediate to advanced knowledge of legal technology and legal information standards,” he said. “This course will also teach attendees about the importance of interoperability within legal technology systems and review the critical role change management plays in technology adoption and implementation.”
Speakers for the CLE are Lee, who holds a J.D. from New York Law School and a Ph. D. from University of Chicago; Jeff Cox, director of Content & Data Acquisition at UniCourt Inc., who holds a J.D. from Campbell Law; and Camille Stell, president of Lawyers Mutual Consulting & Services, who is a graduate of Meredith College and the Meredith College Paralegal Program. She also serves on the N.C. State Bar Regulatory Study Committee, the Duke Law Tech Lab Advisory Board and the N.C. Pro Bono Resource Center Advisory Group.
CLE Timeline and Topics
11:00-11:15 a.m. – How Computers Change Our Understanding Of Law — Kevin Lee
11:15-11:40 a.m. – What Computers Still Can’t Do — Kevin Lee
11:40-11:50 a.m. – Practical Uses in the Legal Profession — Jeff Cox
11:50-12 p.m. – The Future of Law — Jeff Cox
12-12:30 p.m. – Why Change Management Is Necessary — Camille Stell
For more information about the CLE or Campbell Law Innovation Institute, contact Lee at email@example.com.
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