Legalware Innovation Competition

Creative student minds at Suffolk University Law School volunteered to compete with scholars at four other law schools last week, brainstorming new ways to innovate a popular piece of legal software for a chance at glory and cold, hard cash. The Product Design...

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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,...

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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...

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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 indigency,...

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Updates from the Institute

Fall Semester 2014 Legal Technology and Innovation Concentration. In October 2013, Suffolk Law’s faculty unanimously approved a new Legal Technology and Innovation concentration, creating one of the first formal programs in the country to equip J.D. students with the...

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Suffolk at the MIT Legal Hackathon

MIT is hosting a legal hackathon between June 12 and 14.  Details are here. I'm delighted that Gabe Teninbaum and I will be running a session at the event relating to the drafting of effective legal language.  You can learn more here and...

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