Students Provide Low Income Residents Digital Pro Bono

Students Provide Low Income Residents Digital Pro Bono

Students at Suffolk Law hear a lot about their obligation to provide pro bono services after they graduate, and not just because it’s part of the lawyer’s oath: the American Bar Association estimates that at least 40 percent of low- and moderate-income households face...
The Wisdom to Know It’s a Machine’s Job

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

Inside the Integreon Partnership Last spring, between “Conflicts of Law” and “Intellectual Property Survey”, Maddy McCormick, 3L, was slipping away to a lab on the sixth floor of the library. There, surrounded by law books and computers, McCormick would review,...
From Classroom to Election Winner

From Classroom to Election Winner

  After winning election, legaltech graduate brings tech-savvy approach to old-school court Stephanie Fattman JD’16 was elected register of the Worcester Probate and Family Court. Now she’s using Suffolk Law know-how to rethink the court’s systems. Fattman, 28,...
ABA Taps Dean to Lead Next Wave

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. The American Bar Association (ABA) has tapped Suffolk Law Dean Andrew Perlman to help lead a new Center...
Legaltech News honors Suffolk Law

Legaltech 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. Student-designed pro bono apps and computer programs create parenting plans, affidavits of...
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