Future Law Works kicked off in September 2018 with a roundtable attended by more than 30 law professors, present and former law deans, designers, technologists, consultants, and administrators. That roundtable convened at Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, California.
A second roundtable was held in September 2019 at Northwestern University’s Pritzker School of Law. More than 40 people attended.
Read about the inaugural (2018) “Law’s Futures” roundtable here.
Read about the second (2019) “Law’s Futures” roundtable here.
Read about the third (2022) “Law’s Futures” roundtable here.
We hope that future in-person convenings will emerge organically out of the interests and efforts of individuals aligned with Future Law Works, so that the initiative can advance on multiple tracks and at multiple scales simultaneously.
For more information about past and future “Law’s Futures” events, contact Michael Madison, Dan Rodriguez, or Hiram Chodosh.
Symposia and Workshops
Future Law Works co-sponsored “Law School Regulation: Defining the Future,” an online workshop hosted by the Stanford Center on the Legal Profession at Stanford Law School, on October 16, 2020.