Stanford Seminar: Legal Tech and the Future of Civil Justice

Stanford Law School is presenting a free four-session virtual event exploring how digital technologies are reshaping the civil justice system.

This event is designed for judges, court administrators, rulemakers, legislators, academics, practitioners, and entrepreneurs who want to better understand the intersection of legal technology and civil justice and help navigate change in a post-COVID world.

Legal Tech and the Future of Civil Justice

February 10, 17, 24, & March 3, 2021 at 9:00am to 10:30am PST

Topics include:

What effect will legal tech’s continued advance — from e-discovery to outcome prediction engines to virtual trials and proceedings — have on core features of our litigation system, and how should our procedural rules adapt in response? 

What aspects of judicial administration—particularly data infrastructure and accessibility—need to change in order to promote fair and responsible development of legal technologies and open the doors of justice wider for all?

 

Register free here: https://enews.law.stanford.edu/t/r-l-juihjdid-l-r/

Full conference website: https://conferences.law.stanford.edu/legal-tech-and-the-future-of-civil-justice/