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From The Career Files: Reimagining Innovation In Legal Education

Ari Kaplan speaks with Gabe Teninbaum, a professor at Suffolk University Law School and the director of the Institute on Legal Innovation and Technology.
Tags: Law, Lawyers, Suffolk University Law School, Career Center, Career Files, Ari Kaplan, Gabe Teninbaum


LawNext Episode 18: Adam Ziegler on How Harvard Put 360 Years of Caselaw Online

The recently launched Caselaw Access Project is the capstone to a massive undertaking executed over three years to digitize all U.S. case law, some 6.4 million cases dating back to 1658. Leading the project was Adam Ziegler, director of the Library Innovation Lab at Harvard Law School, which partnered with Ravel Law to digitize the school’s entire library of U.S. cases. In this episode of LawNext, Ziegler joins me as my guest to describe the project and its significance for legal researchers....
Tags: Facebook, Law, Washington, Boston, Harvard University, Harvard Law School, Ravel Law, Suffolk University Law School, Bob Ambrogi, Adam Ziegler, Library Innovation Lab, Berkman Klein Center for Internet Society, LawNext, LawNext Ziegler, Library Innovation Lab Ziegler


Friday Roundup: Online Tech CLE, Open-Source EDGAR, Blockchain ODR, Deploying AI

A roundup of the week’s news from the worlds of legal technology and innovation: Suffolk’s online innovation courses OK’d for CLE. In a post here last October, I reported on a new online certification course in legal innovation and technology being launched by Suffolk University Law School in Boston. This week, Suffolk announced that the Florida Bar has approved the first two of the planned six courses for 12 CLE credits each, including up to 2.5 credits towards Florida’s required three hours o...
Tags: Florida, General, Law, Boston, Bitcoin, Pwc, SEC, North Carolina, Suffolk, Grey, Cle, Robert Ambrogi, Florida Bar, Edgar, Kevin O Keefe, Suffolk University Law School


Friday Roundup: Online Tech CLE, Open-Source EDGAR, Blockchain ODR, Deploying AI

A roundup of the week’s news from the worlds of legal technology and innovation: Suffolk’s online innovation courses OK’d for CLE. In a post here last October, I reported on a new online certification course in legal innovation and technology being launched by Suffolk University Law School in Boston. This week, Suffolk announced that the Florida Bar has approved the first two of the planned six courses for 12 CLE credits each, including up to 2.5 credits towards Florida’s required three hours o...
Tags: Florida, General, Law, Boston, Bitcoin, Pwc, SEC, North Carolina, Suffolk, Grey, Cle, Florida Bar, Edgar, Kevin O Keefe, Suffolk University Law School, Michael Kennedy


Law Student Found Dead In Car After Being Missing For Almost A Week

He was a 'beloved' member of the law school community.
Tags: Law, Deaths, Law Schools, Suffolk University Law School, Nicholas Williams


Morning Docket: 03.23.17

* "You have been very much able to avoid any specificity like no one I have seen before. And maybe that’s a virtue, I don’t know. But for us on this side, knowing where you stand on major questions of the day is really important to a vote." Despite hours of questioning, Senate Democrats were unable to get Judge Neil Gorsuch to commit to any response beyond researched generalities. At this point, his confirmation seems inevitable. [New York Times] * Sure, Biglaw associates want their firms to be...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Labor, Scotus, Senate, New York Times, Law Schools, Biglaw, Trump, Quote Of The Day, Reuters, Boston Globe, Harvard Law School, Harvard Law, Department of Labor, Suffolk University Law School


Would-Be Law Grad Convicted Of Stealing From School Allegedly Altered Court Records To Make It Look Like He Was Acquitted

How can you quickly make a situation go from bad to worse? Easy! Involve a former law student.
Tags: Crime, Theft, Law Schools, Perjury, Suffolk University Law School, Forgery, Larceny, David Scher


Leading LAW Libraries into the Future

Posted in News“For the first time in more than three decades, BU’s Fineman and Pappas Law Libraries have a new director. Ronald Wheeler joined the School of Law January 1, replacing Marlene Alderman, who retired after 32 years. Wheeler, who is also an associate professor of law and legal research, comes from Suffolk University Law School, where he was director of the Moakley Law Library and an associate professor of legal research. He is also vice president and president-elect of the American As...
Tags: News, Wheeler, Boston University, School of Law, Bu, Law Librarians, Fineman, Pappas Law Libraries, Ronald Wheeler, Marlene Alderman, Suffolk University Law School, Moakley Law Library, American Association of Law Libraries AALL