Nicole Morris, professor of practice at the Emory University School of Law, discussed the need for law students to learn to think like entrepreneurs. She also described the new Innovation and Legal Tech Initiative at Emory Law and its efforts to train future lawyers on the impact of technology on the practice of law.
Jona Goldschmidt, emeritus professor of criminal justice and criminology, discussed his latest book, “Self-Representation: Law, Ethics, and Policy” and its guidance for courts and lawyers dealing with the rise of pro se litigants. He described his early experience witnessing non-lawyers struggling with court procedures, as well as his post-retirement experiences offering pro bono legal services.
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