Prep for Practice Workshops Get a Technology Makeover

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Librarians don’t just love books! We also love technology – especially keeping up to date with tech trends in legal practice. The Law Library would like to invite UNC Law students to join us for our Prep for Practice: Legal Technology Workshop Series for Spring 2018. Each workshop will be led by a UNC law librarian and discuss the implications of a technology development for legal practice. These workshops will focus on tech skills that law students will need to use when they begin working at a firm, court, government agency, or elsewhere.


Lunch will be provided at all workshops. Space is limited to 18 students in each workshop, so stop by the Reference Desk to sign-up!


eFiling & Dockets

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

12:00-12:45PM in Room 3031

You read plenty of cases while you are in law school, but what about briefs, motions, and memos? Prepare for practice with a discussion on the who, what, where, and why of accessing court documents online.


Legal Analytics

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

12:00-12:45PM in Room 3031

The use of analytics is trending among lawyers working on everything from case strategy to business development. Discover how judicial, firm, and case analytics available on platforms like Ravel Law, Lex Machina, and Bloomberg Law are used in practice.


Artificial Intelligence & Law

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

12:00-12:45PM in Room 3031

Are robots replacing attorneys? Do you still need to learn how to conduct legal research? Find out how artificial intelligence is currently affecting the practice of law and what you can realistically expect to see in the near future.



Wednesday, February 28, 2018

12:00-12:45PM in Room 3031

Experience a crash course on what is expected of a new attorney assigned to take part in e-Discovery and hear about the ethical issues and recent developments surrounding this evolving area of lawyering.


Please contact Nicole Downing at with any questions.

Posted by Nicole M. Downing on Tue. January 30, 2018 8:43 AM
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