Prawfsblawg Symposium on Law’s New Frontiers

Prawfsblawg recently hosted Law’s New Frontiers, a symposium focused on the books by Richard & Daniel Susskind, The Future of the Professions: How Technology Will Transform the Work of Human Experts and Gillian K. Hadfield, Rules for a Flat World: Why Humans Invented Law and How to Reinvent It for a Complex Global Economy. The bottom line? Both books are must-reads for those interested in the future of the legal profession. Here are links to the contributions:

Dan Rodriguez, Law’s New Frontiers: an on-line symposium

Phil Weiser, What Susskind can teach law school educators

Andy Perlman, Predicting the future of legal services

Phil Weiser, Hadfield’s anti-institutional innovation agenda and the administrative state

Renee Knake, What is missing from Hadfield’s Rules for a Flat World and the Susskinds’ The Future of the Professions?

Daniel Sokol, The future of law, innovation and disruptive technologies

Andy Perlman, Legal education in the 21st century

Jeff Lipshaw, A response to the Susskinds mostly and Hadfield

Bill Henderson, Losing the scholarly prose

Javier de Cendra, Some reflections on technology, law and legal systems following “The Future of the Professions” and “Rules for a Flat World”

Andy Perlman, Towards the law of legal services: reflections on Gillian Hadfield’s “Rules for a Flat World”

Stephen Denyer, Rules for a Flat World: the UK experience

Cross-posted at the Legal Ethics Forum

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