Although there is a lot of cool things happening in legal innovation these days, not all of it is high tech. Thus, over this summer, I’ve made an effort to publish content that has nothing to do with data, process, or technology but a lot to do with lawyers living their professional values and trying to make a difference. See, e.g., Post 166 (Lori Mihalich-Levin writing about efforts to improve the attorney-parent experience); Post 181 (Neil Hamilton bringing the competency-based medical education movement to a legal audience).
Today’s guest contributor, Terrance Stroud, very much fits that mold.
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