Legal Technology Innovation and Legal Education – Launch Event

The Campbell Law Innovation Institute (CLII) is hosting a Launch Event on Legal Innovation and Legal Education.



The Campbell Law Innovation Institute (CLII) will host a Launch Event on Legal Innovation and Legal Education, from 4 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 15, at Campbell Law School.

The mission of the Innovation Institute is to create educational experiences to serve the twenty-first-century legal services industry, and to research, teach, and promote ethical AI using data-driven, human-centered design with the ultimate goal of making a more just and virtuous society. The core value of the CLII is the belief that the ethics of artificial intelligence must be advanced through interdisciplinary study which must include philosophers, theologians, and other experts in the humanities who work collaboratively with technologists, lawyers, business leaders, and other experts.

The launch event for the CLII will feature a keynote presentation by Professor Daniel Rodriguez, the Director of the ABA Center on Innovation (2018-2020), and former Dean of Northwestern University, Pritzker School of Law. The keynote will be followed by a talk by Ed Walters, the founder and CEO of FastCase. And, a second featured talk on Human-Centered Design by Tsai Lu Lui, who is a professor and department head at the North Carolina State College of Design. Following Professor Liu’s talk will be a panel discussion that will bring together the leaders of innovation initiatives at many leading law schools across the country: Daniel Linna (Northwestern), Nicole Morris (Emory), Amy Stein (University of Florida), David Colarusso (Suffolk University), and April Dawson (North Carolina Central University). The panel discussion will be led by Jeff Cox (UniCourt).

The event is finished.


Oct 15 2021


4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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