I'm a tenured professor at Suffolk University Law School in Boston, where I teach courses on legal innovation & technology (among others - I've also taught interesting topics like Conflict of Laws and Negotiation).
I am the Director of Suffolk Law's Institute on Legal Innovation & Technology, of Suffolk Law's academic concentration in Legal Innovation & Technology (for current Suffolk Law JDs), and also of our online Certificate in Legal Innovation & Technology (for legal professionals).
In addition to my work at Suffolk Law, I've also served (simultaneously!) as a Visiting Professor at the MIT Media Lab (Human Dynamics Group), where I taught a graduate course called FutureLaw; a Faculty Associate at the Berkman-Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University; and a Visiting Fellow at the Information Society Project at Yale Law School.
I am a proud to have been named to the FastCase 50, which "honors the law's smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries, and leaders." The ABA Journal has called me "perhaps the most tech-savvy law professor in the country" and named me to the “Web 100” (one of 100 legal professionals they recommend following online).
My current projects focus on using technology to promote efficient, effective delivery of legal services. I also use (and teach others to use) document automation and expert systems software, which are used to streamline the provision of legal services and increase access to justice for the public.
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