Suffolk University Law School has launched a new Legal Technology and Innovation Concentration, creating one of the first formal programs in the country to equip JD students with the skills and knowledge they need to compete more effectively in a rapidly evolving legal marketplace.

The concentration—which is similar to a major—will prepare students for 21st century legal employment with specialized courses on important legal innovations and technologies, such as automated document assembly, legal project management (LPM), knowledge management and virtual lawyering.

The press release is here, and a more detailed description of the Concentration is here.

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