The law, the legal services industry and legal education are all undergoing unprecedented transformations because of rapid social, economic, and technological changes. Vanderbilt’s Program on Law and Innovation is designed to equip Vanderbilt Law students with what they need to successfully navigate and influence the directions in which these changes take law, and the legal industry, throughout their careers.
The way lawyers practice law is changing at a pace far greater than ever before. Legal clients demand greater efficiency, lower costs, and better results. Technological advancements have led to technologies, such as electronic document review using machine learning, that have disrupted long-established ways of managing legal practices and cases. Vanderbilt’s Program on Law and Innovation is designed to train the next generation of lawyers to succeed in a rapidly evolving professional environment by anticipating and taking advantage of the opportunities created by changes in law and legal practice. The program’s curriculum and activities focus on four related themes:
expose Vanderbilt Law students to these and other changes in the legal industry that will have profound influence on the way they practice law. Our
is committed to training savvy lawyers who will be innovators in law and legal practice.
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