Live with Kellye & Ken: Law and Technology

January 3, 2019, 3:00 p.m.–3:45 p.m.

A Special Live Streaming Event:
Broadcast Live from the AALS Annual Meeting

Law and Technology

On this month’s Live with Kellye & Ken, an innovative panel of deans delved into disruptive technology through the interface of legal education and the legal profession. Together, we examined how law schools teach with—and about—technology, how the paradigm-shifting use of technology impacts what we teach law students, and whether we should rethink the very core of our JD programs and alternative degrees and competencies.

Deans Emeritus Kellye Testy (LSAC CEO) and Ken Randall (iLaw President) hosted this engaging, live dialogue on the present and future state of legal education.

Joining the discussion this month were

  • Dean Megan Carpenter (New Hampshire)
  • Dean Anthony Niedwiecki (Golden Gate)
  • Dean Hari Osofsky (Penn State)
  • Dean Andy Perlman (Suffolk)
  • Dean Song Richardson (UC Irvine)

This thought-provoking 45-minute discussion concluded with a Q&A.

Add to Calendar 2019-01-03T15:00:00 2019-01-03T15:45:00 Live with Kellye & Ken: Law and Technology
January 3, 2019, 3:00 p.m.–3:45 p.m.

A Special Live Streaming Event:
Broadcast Live from the AALS Annual Meeting

Law and Technology

On this month’s Live with Kellye & Ken, an innovative panel of deans delved into disruptive technology through the interface of legal education and the legal profession. Together, we examined how law schools teach with—and about—technology, how the paradigm-shifting use of technology impacts what we teach law students, and whether we should rethink the very core of our JD programs and alternative degrees and competencies.

Deans Emeritus Kellye Testy (LSAC CEO) and Ken Randall (iLaw President) hosted this engaging, live dialogue on the present and future state of legal education.

Joining the discussion this month were

  • Dean Megan Carpenter (New Hampshire)
  • Dean Anthony Niedwiecki (Golden Gate)
  • Dean Hari Osofsky (Penn State)
  • Dean Andy Perlman (Suffolk)
  • Dean Song Richardson (UC Irvine)

This thought-provoking 45-minute discussion concluded with a Q&A.