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The 112th Donahue Lecture: Jordan Furlong

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Click here to view Jordan’s lecture, The Pivot Generation: Why the Old Lawyer Guild Is Dying and How You’ll Help Create a New Legal Profession

furlong-headshotJordan Furlong of Ottawa, Canada, is a nationally renowned legal analyst and futurist. He served as editor of three leading Canadian legal periodicals: The Lawyers Weekly National, and the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association Magazine. He writes Law21: Dispatches From a Legal Profession on the Brink, the only non-American blog to be included for six straight years in the ABA Journal’s list of the most read law blogs: The Blawg 100.

Furlong has addressed dozens of law firms, lawyer associations, state bars, law societies, courts, and law schools throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia, forecasting the impact of the changing legal market and providing advice to both students and practitioners.

He is a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management, a Policy Advisory Board Member of Responsive Law, and an Advisory Board Member for the ABA’s Center for Innovation. Furlong also serves as Legal Strategist in Residence and Co-Chair of the Board of the Institute for Law Practice Technology & Innovation at Suffolk University Law School, where he has taught courses on the future of legal practice.