The comments on this post from * weeks ago have disappeared and I have not disabled comments.**"Here is a list of current Australian “legal innovation” law school courses compiled by myself and my former clinical legal education student, Michael Lacey, over the course of this year.**If you are a law student* someone developing legal technology or involved in legal education especially as it relates to preparing students for the future* a law firm interested in graduates’ training* or generally curious about digital disruption of professional services or how higher education is facilitating “innovation”, you may be interested in reading.**The report includes:***a list of law schools and a brief description of courses, ***statistics about the different types of courses,***observations about the numbers of total courses and students undertaking them (as compared to national totals), ***observations about growth in this trend and collaboration between universities, the profession and technology providers, and ***alternative ways graduates may acquire relevant skills.**If you refer to our work please provide proper attribution. We are also available to speak about the research and findings. Finally, constructive feedback is always welcome.*Legal-Innovation-Education-Sep-****.pdf*andreaperrypetersen.com.au*Andrea Perry-Petersen & Michael Lacey Page * “LEGAL INNOVATION” Education in Australian Law Schools …*Save this article for later
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