Teaching Tech to Law Students

 

Date: 6/5/19

For the last five years – I have taught Technology and the Practice of Law to primarily 3Ls. My class has included hardware/software, security, social media/marketing, apps, branding, and more.  I’ll discuss what I cover in my class, what I have learned, what I have changed, and what I would like to do in the future.  I have found that law students know some tech – but they are not as prepared as they need to be when it comes to the “real world” – clerking, interviews, working and more.  If you’re interested in offering this type of class too – I hope you’ll register for this session.

Click here to watch this webinar on-demand. You will be asked for your contact information before viewing.

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Grace Simms
Grace L. Simms received her MLS from the University of Alabama.  She is the Information Technology Librarian for Beeson Law Library at Cumberland School of Law at Samford University where she is responsible for managing and coordinating all of the library computer resources and services as well as maintaining the law library’s website and social media.  She helps law students with their technology needs as well as teaches a class – Technology and the Practice of Law.