Date: Wednesday, June 29, 2022, 2:00 – 2:45 PM ET
No-code and low-code platforms can provide robust options despite limited resources. They lower barriers to entry into legal technology and help advance automation and transformation of our legal system. In this session, participants will learn to leverage next-generation applications, empowering law students to build solutions in practice areas they pursue. The speaker will share experiences, using a low-code program to create a state-wide protection order portal and other access to justice solutions.
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William Hamilton, J.D., Senior Legal Skills Professor and Director, E-Discovery Project, University of Florida Levin College of Law
William Hamilton is an electronic discovery expert. Prior to joining the faculty served as the electronic discovery partner for his national law firm. Professor Hamilton has taught electronic discovery at the University of Florida for the past decade and is the co-author of the LexisNexis Practice Guide Florida e-Discovery and Evidence and co-author of A Student Electronic Discovery Primer: An Essential Companion for Civil Procedure Courses. Professor Hamilton is also the General Editor of the LexisNexis Practice Guide: Florida Contract Litigation. He is also a neutral arbitrator and mediator for the World Intellectual Property Organization and the author of numerous domain name dispute decisions. Professor Hamilton has been recognized in Chambers USA, Florida Legal Elite, Best Lawyers in America, and Florida Super Lawyers.
Ayyoub Ajmi (www.ayyoubajmi.com) serves as the Associate Director of the Leon E. Bloch Law Library at the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law where he works closely with the director to oversee the library to ensure its support of the pedagogical, research, and service goals. Ayyoub is a strong advocate of leveraging open and inclusive technologies to support access to justice initiatives.