The Stein Center for Law and Ethics and the Corporate Law Center co-sponsored a three-part series called The Business and Ethics of Managing a 21st Century Law Firm. The concluding panel took place on Monday, March 18th and it was titled “The Impact of Technology on the Future of Law Firms.”
The final panel focused on the many kinds of technology influencing the way today’s law firm does business and the ethical questions this technology raises. Panelists shared their views on virtual law firm business models, as well as on tools like e-discovery, data mining, quantitative methods for lawyers and the need for law firms to adopt technological tools in their day-to-day business models.
Panelists included: Dr. Silvia Hodges, Adjunct Professor at Fordham Law School and Director of Research Services at TyMetrix Legal Analytics; Daniel Martin Katz, Assistant Professor of Law & Co-Director of ReInvent Law: A Law Laboratory Devoted to Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship at Michigan State University College of Law; Larry W. Bridgesmith, Chief Relationship Officer, ERM Legal Solutions LLC; and Suzie Scanlon, Professional, Berger Legal LLC. Suzie Scanlon is a Fordham Law graduate from 1995. The event was moderated by Ron Lazebnik, teacher of the Samuelson-Glushko Intellectual Property and Information Law Clinic at Fordham Law School.
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