Legal IT Seminar Series
October 1-November 12, 2015
to law students and members of the legal community.
CLE course #156487 1.25 hrs credit
Anthony Bellino, a licensed attorney and project management specialist with Deloitte will discuss Cloud Computing, the Virtual Law Office, and how attorneys are leveraging technology in the 21st Century. The seminar will cover a discussion of cloud computing and how attorneys are using technology to virtualize the practice of law.
RSVP appreciated by September 29, 2015.
“A Legal Perspective on the Future of Driving”
From companies like Uber and Lyft to the emergence of driverless cars, how we get around is rapidly changing—and raising many legal questions in the process. Join Professor Bryant Walker Smith, an internationally renowned expert on the law of self-driving vehicles, for an interactive seminar that will examine the future of driving, and the new legal issues it will bring.
RSVP appreciated by October 13, 2015.
“Mobile Apps for Lawyers”
In today’s legal world, remaining at the forefront of emerging technology is not only an advantage, but a necessity. Join us as we demonstrate mobile apps that can give you an edge in performing research, trial prep, billing, or increasing your productivity. They will also discuss security and compatibility issues with applications in the legal workplace.
Assistant Dean Gary Moore
Professor Alyson Drake
Audiovisual Instructional Technology Specialist Adam Martin
RSVP appreciated by October 27, 2015.
You’ve successfully handled your case…now how do you get paid for it?
The workshop will provide you with a full understanding of what activities are billed, how a lawyer measures time increments, and why it is important to stay organized. With an introduction by Professor Alyson Drake, this seminar will feature a panel of local attorneys who will discuss the basics and challenges of billing, and Doug Edmunds, a Certified Clio Consultant who will demonstrate the advantages offered by Clio, a billing program used in many firms.
RSVP appreciated by November 10, 2015.
SC Bar members seeking CLE credit will sign-in at presentation and provide SC Bar number. Uniform certificates of attendance will be available for self-reporting attendance to other agencies.
Questions? Please visit the IT website at http://law.sc.edu/it/.
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Questions concerning computing and IT support should be addressed to Gary Moore (Assistant Dean for Academic Technology, Room 219F, 803-777-8296), Jim Epting (Director of Computing Services, Room 219D, 803-777-5106), or Deborah Murdaugh (Computer Support Specialist, Room 219B, 803-777-8262).