Tech Transformation and the Law (“TTL”) is a non-credit course that will introduce current Osgoode students to the ways in which technology is transforming the legal profession and the opportunities that this transformation will provide to future lawyers.
Students who participate in this program will:
- Gain a thorough understanding of existing technology and future technologies that impact the legal profession;
- Acquire hands on experience working directly with legal technology tools;
- Understand the issues involved in using information technology in legal settings; and
- Learn about how technology can be used to facilitate access to justice.
The program will be offered from May 8 -12 between 9:00-4:00pm at Osgoode Hall Law School
TTL is free for Osgoode JD students (but students will pay a fully refundable administration fee of $50 at the time of registration) and $475 for full-time LLM and PhD students.
There are a limited number of spaces for lawyers to participate in the pilot at a cost of $475; we are seeking feedback from practitioners.
This program has been approved for LSUC CPD Hours: 29h 30m (22h 30min Prof; 7h Substantive)
To receive a certificate of completion, students will be required to attend 90% of the sessions and complete an evaluation, which will be due on May 26, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
Monica Goyal, an Adjunct Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School and an entrepreneur, lawyer, and innovator. Professor Goyal has an MSc in Engineering and received her JD at University of Toronto. Guest speakers will include: Mitch Kowalski and Jordan Furlong.
Students, please contact Nicole Salama
For lawyers, please register here
Registration for this program is open until April 28, 2017
Technology, Transformation and the Law is sponsored by Thomson Reuters.