Deloitte’s Judicial Fireside Chats begin tomorrow! Join me and two well-known judges for the first in the series on the evolution of technology in the legal profession!
Tomorrow at 1pm ET, Deloitte will host the webinar Judicial Fireside Chats: Old Days, New Ways – The Evolution of Technology in the Legal Profession. This first webinar in Deloitte’s Judicial Fireside Chats series will provide perspectives on the evolution of technology in the legal profession and in the courts, as well as recommendations for staying technologically competent with the ever-changing technology landscape. Topics include:
- Evolution of Technology in the Legal Profession
- Benefits and Challenges of Technology Advancements in Legal
- Access to Courts and the Pandemic
- How Technology is Revolutionizing the Law and Legal Services
- Access to Justice and Keeping the Scales Balanced
- Recommendations to Stay Technologically Competent
I’m excited to be moderating this discussion featuring the Honorable Judge John M. Facciola, U.S.M.J. (ret.) and the Honorable Ronald J. Hedges, U.S.M.J. (ret.)!
Technology continues to have a greater impact than ever on society, and that extends to the legal profession. But how has it evolved? How has it impacted legal services and access to courts? How are privacy concerns being protected and what is being done to ensure the scales of justice remain balanced? What should legal professionals do to maintain a level of technology competence? Join us tomorrow in the first webinar in Deloitte’s Judicial Fireside Chats series to find out – register here!
So, what do you think? Are you interested in learning about the evolution of technology in the legal profession? If so, consider attending the webinar! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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