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December 27, 2019
By Garrett Dubois
Suffolk student Garrett Dubois discusses his experience in Suffolk Law’s Accelerator-to-Practice Program. This unique program is an exclusive course of study designed to prepare a...
December 20, 2019
By Rick Buckingham and Liza Rosenof
Librarians Richard Buckingham and Liza Rosenof discuss the library’s unique connection with Suffolk’s Legal Innovation and Technology Institute, and detail particular projects the...
December 13, 2019
By David Colarusso
Director of Suffolk’s LIT Lab David Colarusso has collaborated with Stanford University’s Legal Design Lab to create an online game called “Learned Hands” to crowdsource the labeli...
December 10, 2019
By Lauren Sabino
Suffolk alum Lauren Sabino discusses her classroom work using the community.lawyer tool to create an automated platform directed at providing cost-effective support to emerging sta...
December 6, 2019
By Anthony W. Metzler
Anthony Metzler was the Managing Editor of Suffolk’s Journal of High Technology Law and former President of Suffolk’s Legal Innovation and Technology Student Association. Anthony i...
December 2, 2019
By Radhika Akhil
Innovative law schools no longer just offer a basic menu of traditional courses. As the legal profession changes, so too must legal education. Suffolk student Radhika Akhil intro...
November 25, 2019
By Paul Knapp and David Colarusso
Suffolk student Paul Knapp and Practitioner-in-Residence on the Clinical Faculty at Suffolk Law School David Colarusso explore the changes Suffolk has initiated in blending technol...
November 21, 2019
By Sammi Elefant
Samantha Elefant, a recent graduate of Suffolk, compares past perceptions of what “going to law school” means for many students with her own experience in the world of legal tech,...
November 18, 2019
By Nicole Siino
Nicole Siino, a Suffolk alum, recently completed a NextGen fellowship with the American Bar Association Center for Innovation. Combining her unique perspective from experience as a...
November 15, 2019
By Lilian Verlinde
One of the distinguishing factors of the legal field is change. The legal profession is ruled by ever-changing regulation and sources of disputes. The threat of cybercrime is one o...
November 14, 2019
By Dyane O’Leary and Gabriel Teninbaum
Professors Gabe Teninbaum & Dyane O’Leary introduce readers to Suffolk’s Legal Innovation & Technology Institute and innovative law school curriculum, along with the school’s LIT C...
November 13, 2019
By Iskren Radoslavov
Legal practice is a rather interesting field of work. Looking at the history books, we will find its roots in the Ancient Greek’s era. Even though the conflicts in the past were of...
November 8, 2019
By Quirine van der Bent
Why ethical awareness must remain at the core of legal practice
In the last decade the legal market has rapidly changed – and it will only be changing more. Because of the emergence...
November 7, 2019
By Nikki Volmer
The legal work field is from origin based on words, paper, and language, but that is going to change. More and more law firms are reaching into the possibility of legal designs to...
October 9, 2019
By Editorial Department
The 2nd edition (2019) of The Future Lawyer is compiled by Suffolk Law School (Boston, US).
Faculty members, researchers, staff, (former) students, and others share their thoughts...
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