Last week, we had the pleasure of offering a kind of Legal Tech Boot Camp to law students at the University of New Hampshire. Professor and friend Bruce Dorner had kindly given us the invitation to speak to his students. This was the first time we had ever Skyped with a class of students and it was great.
Unlike the typical webinar, we could actually see the students and feel how engaged they were. There was much more of a connection with the students. It struck us afterwards that more law schools might want to think about pulling in guest lecturers who are specialists in law practice management (finance, marketing, management and technology), areas where students never seem to get enough in the way of practical skills.
So pass this along to the law school deans and professors you may know – I am sure the Law Practice Management Section of the ABA could provide expertise on any of these issues.
Best moment of the seminar: When I told the students that, if they kept Facebook open on their computers, the Facebook Terms of Service allows Facebook to follow their Internet activity. There was an immediate and amusing flurry of students exiting Facebook. 🙂
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