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14 Reasons Law Schools Must Teach Tech
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David F. Carr
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David F. Carr,
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7/15/2013 | 8:53:50 PM
re: 14 Reasons Law Schools Must Teach Tech
Bowdoin College CIO Mitch Davis served a couple of times in law school technology leadership, making the argument that students had to learn to integrate technology into the learning and practice of the law

Disruptive Leadership: Bowdoin College CIO Mitch Davis http://twb.io/130QIBI
KarlO280
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7/12/2013 | 4:34:54 PM
re: 14 Reasons Law Schools Must Teach Tech
Great article and good thought, but take it from the College of Education. Arizona State University just took out its separate technology class and has integrated the technology piece in core classes. Teaching technology should not be the instruction, but instead should rely on the integration of the technology. As the Center for Teaching Quality puts it, "Technology is a Tool and not a learning outcome. i hope law schools take that to heart. http://www.teachingquality.org...
altg
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altg,
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7/11/2013 | 11:19:23 AM
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Technology-awareness is the only way of a new start in the indsutry fast tracking their career! we currently work with a number of SME and mid-tier Law Pratices in the UK: helping Managing Partners and Legal IT/ Technology Leaders drive down costs and increase profitability. Alex 0203 130 9411 alex.hobbs@backbone.uk.com http://www.rtwhosting.com
Michael Fitzgerald
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Michael Fitzgerald,
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7/10/2013 | 7:23:49 PM
re: 14 Reasons Law Schools Must Teach Tech
Can we really use "Turinged" as a verb meaning turned upside down by tech? See point 10.
RobPreston
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7/10/2013 | 5:44:42 PM
re: 14 Reasons Law Schools Must Teach Tech
I think it's safe to say that technology is changing every academic field and profession. Not just lawyers but also marketers, salespeople, HR pros, journalists, historians, financiers and educators themselves need a solid grounding in technology. Every major should have a technology component.


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