RALEIGH – Campbell Law Associate Professor Kevin Lee has been named a 2017 Fastcase 50 award winner. Selected from online nominations, the award recognizes the year’s smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries, and leaders in the law. In addition to his teaching and scholarly responsibilities at Campbell Law, Lee also chairs the North Carolina Bar Association Committee on the Future of Law.
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“Fastcase is one of the most important legal innovators in the legal search space,” said Lee. “It is an honor to be recognized by them.”
Fastcase 50 recipients will gather to celebrate at the 2017 American Association of Law Libraries annual meeting, July 15-18, in Austin, Texas.
“The Fastcase 50 award is one of our team’s favorite events each year,” said Fastcase CEO Ed Walters. “We may be entering a golden age of innovation in legal tech, and in the delivery of legal services, and you can really see that in this year’s list of recipients. There are real heroes among us, and we simply love to recognize their work.”
The Fastcase 50 awards, in its seventh year, annually spotlight the most fascinating trailblazers and architects of the future of law and legal technology. The honorees for the Fastcase 50 Class of 2017 represent a diverse group of lawyers, legal technologists, policymakers, law librarians, bar association executives, and innovators from all walks of life. The award recognizes pioneering people who have made important contributions to the legal profession, for practitioners, and the public.
A multidimensional legal scholar and teacher with advanced degrees in Christian ethics, religious studies, and philosophy, Lee couples his long-standing interest in the phenomenon of human religiousness with an interest in the emerging networked, globalized society. Lee regularly presents on technology and the law. Lee is also a co-organizer of the North Carolina Legal Hackers.