Dean Nelson’s Editorial on the Technology Revolutions published in ABA Journal

November 13, 2013 at 5:57 pm Leave a comment

Dean Camille Nelson’s  editorial was featured in the ABA Journal, which calls for law schools to find ways to embrace a technological revolution that has already profoundly impacted the legal profession. To read the full article, go here


Topics: Faculty in the News; Technology Trends


Entry filed under: Faculty in the News, Technology Trends.

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