Podcast: Embracing Technology & Innovation to Effectively Deliver Legal Services

Episode 67

What you’ll learn in this episode:

  • What kinds of technology and innovation tools Gabriel exposes students to in the legal innovation program.
  • How his students are leveraging the tech knowledge gained in their future legal practice or other career paths.
  • Why his program has been successful and received little to no pushback from faculty or students.
  • How legal marketers can help their lawyers and firms more easily embrace new technology.
  • Free educational tools that are available to help legal professionals better understand the technologies and systems available to them.

About Gabriel Teninbaum:

Gabriel Teninbaum is a professor at Suffolk University Law School and teaches courses on legal innovation & technology. He serves as the director of Suffolk Law’s Institute on Legal Innovation & Technology (LIT), Suffolk Law’s academic concentration in Legal Innovation & Technology and of their online Certificate in Legal Innovation & Technology for legal professionals.

During his time at Suffolk Law, he has taught more than 10 different courses (including classes held in Hungary, Sweden and at MIT) and published more than 30 law review pieces and other articles. In addition, he has simultaneously held appointments as a Faculty Associate at Berkman-Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, as a Visiting Professor at MIT Media Lab and as a Visiting Fellow at Information Society Project at Yale Law School.

Gabriel is the founder of an educational technology startup, SpacedRepetition.com, which was named one of the Top 20 Legal IT Innovations in the world by ALM/Legal Week Intelligence; is a former trial attorney at Sugarman in Boston; and, before law school, protected dozens of dignitaries including two sitting U.S. presidents while serving as an Operations Support Technician in the U.S. Secret Service.

He has been named to the FastCase 50, which honors the law’s smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries and leaders; and has been called “perhaps the most tech-savvy law professor in the country” by ABA Journal, which named him to the Web100 (the top 100 legal professionals to follow on social media).

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