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Conference draws national leaders

Suffolk Law’s inaugural Clinnovation Conference on April 9 brings together clinicians, legal services providers, educators, and legal tech leaders with a common goal: finding and sharing new approaches to improve legal services.
Monday, April 9, 2018
9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Suffolk Law’s 1st Floor Function Room
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Law Labs Unite
The event will include leaders of innovative law labs across the country, including the Legal Design Lab at Stanford, the Access to Justice Lab at Harvard, the NuLawLab at Northeastern, The Law Lab at Chicago-Kent College of Law, LawX at BYU Law, and of course, Suffolk’s new Legal Innovation & Technology (LIT) Lab.

How do you hold onto a top employee’s deep knowledge base?
Asked for an example of the type of innovative project that will be showcased at the conference, David Colarusso, director of the LIT Lab said, “One challenge for all types of legal offices is codifying the best practices and intuition of the most knowledgeable employees so others can learn from them—so the experience and efficiencies they bring are not lost when they leave. Technology can help codify and share those types of employees’ skills.”


The Clinnovation Conference is sponsored by Integreon, one of the world’s leading legal process outsourcing companies. Integreon is training Suffolk Law students in the provision of innovative, technology-enabled legal services, in an office on Suffolk Law’s campus. The company has offices on four continents and across the U.S.

For more information, please contact:
Nancy Galindo-Rodriguez
, MPA’11
Associate Director, Corporate & Foundation Relations
Suffolk University
Office of Advancement
73 Tremont Street, 13th floor
Boston, MA 02108
T: 617-573-8454
F: 857-360-0106