Innovation labs unite!

Conference draws national leaders

National Acclaim

PreLaw Magazine profiles top 20 “Most Innovative Law School”

Big Idea Wins Team $1,000

Liberty Mutual brings design thinking to Suffolk Law



Boldly go: Online legal tech and innovation certificate program

Pro Bono Goes Digital

Access to justice for low-income clients through online lawyering

From Classroom to Election Winner

After winning election, legaltech graduate brings tech-savvy approach to old-school court

Machine's job

The Wisdom to Know It's a Machine's Job

The Integreon partnership relies on big data and legal tech solutions. Our students are learning the tools of the trade.

ABA Taps Dean to Lead Next Wave

As Chair of the ABA Center for Innovation’s Governing
Council, Dean Andrew Perlman is helping a team of legal tech innovators rethink the practice of law.

Legal Tech News Honors Suffolk Law

Suffolk Law’s Institute on Law Practice Technology & Innovation and the Accelerator Program were named Legaltech News’ 2016 Pro Bono Innovator of the Year.

Institute on Legal Innovation & Technology

is designed to prepare students for this new and evolving legal marketplace by providing students with the knowledge and skill set that
21st century lawyers need.

The Future of Legal Education

Dean Andrew Perlman’s innovations garnered the attention of the national media, with coverage in the Washington Post, National Law Journal, and ABA Journal, among others. Some of the topics covered by those publications included the development of an audit to assess lawyer’s basic legal technology skills and the Law School’s first-of-its-kind legal technology concentration.

Updates from the Institute

Fall Semester 2014 Legal Technology and Innovation...

The Wisdom to Know It’s a Machine’s Job

Inside the Integreon Partnership Last spring, between...

The National Jurist on Suffolk Law’s New Legal Technology and Innovation Concentration

The National Jurist story is here.

The Most Important Knowledge and Skills for Recent Law Grads

  Professor Neil Hamilton recently posted Changing...

The Future of Law

Frederic S. Ury JD’77, a renowned Connecticut trial...

We have to get students thinking about how to deliver legal services in new ways and how to create new niches in the legal industry. This only comes from teaching students to think about legal services in an entrepreneurial way.

Andrew Perlman

Andrew Perlman, Dean and Professor of Law, Suffolk University Law School; founder, Institute for Law Practice Technology & Innovation

Suffolk’s focus on practical skills makes its graduates appreciate efficiencies more than some other schools’ students do.

Luke O’Brien ,

JD’91, board member, Institute for Law Practice Technology & Innovation

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