April 23, 2012
Rostain: Technology, Innovation and Legal Practice
As their final projects, students were asked to design a platform that solved a problem in legal practice, either by making practice more efficient or increasing access to law and legal services (or both). The class culminated in an Iron Tech Lawyer Competition where student teams presented their apps to a panel of judges, two Georgetown colleagues and two outside tech law experts.
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