The Tech Hub in the Goodson Library is a collaboration, discussion, exhibition, exploration, learning, and planning space. Do you wonder what is possible in the realm of legal technology? Bring your ideas to the Tech Hub! The space is available to faculty, students, and staff for a variety of uses. Faculty may use the space for collaboration, discussion, and planning. Students may want to visit the space to discuss, explore, and learn what is new in law and technology. Staff can use the space for planning and training. These are just some of the many possible uses. The space is located in Room 3211 Goodson Law Library and is available during Library hours. Academic Technologies and law library staff members are available to provide technology advising and support. To schedule support, please email email@example.com.
Each month a different technology will be exhibited, analyzed, or discussed. Bring your voice to the discussion.
Scheduling the Tech Hub
Schedule an event here:
If you have questions or need help planning an event, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-613-7072 or 613-7245.
ROSS Intelligence will be here tomorrow sharing about their new AI-based research and practice tools.
We’ve scheduled a small meeting for interested faculty/staff from 3:30 to 4:00 on 2/27 in the Tech Hub after the programs noted below. You’re welcome to join any part that might interest you.
Here is the announcement the Law & Tech Society sent out:
Legal AI: The future of legal practice is tech-facilitated
When: Next Tuesday, Feb. 27 at 12:30pm
Where: Room 3043
Interested in artificial intelligence? Curious about how particular practice areas will incorporate cutting edge technology? Join a discussion on tech-facilitated lawyering, the roles of AI in law, technology and access to justice, and AI-enhanced lawyers and law students!
ROSS Intelligence is an artificial intelligence company which complements lawyers and law students through cutting-edge AI technology. Join us for lunch with ROSS CEO and Co-Founder Andrew Arruda—a member of the Forbes 30 under 30 class of 2017, a 2016 TED speaker, and a mentor to companies around the globe—as he unveils EVA, the new publicly-accessible legal AI.
Then get a hands-on demonstration of AI in action. Bring your legal briefs to small-group demonstrations of EVA, an example of the kind of tool that is changing the way lawyers practice. Sign up for a time slot at https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eKFPlWkJHVjDvNP. (The survey will open Tuesday, Feb. 20 at 12:30pm.)
The lunch and demonstration will be moderated by Professor Jeff Ward, Director of the Duke Center on Law & Tech, and co-sponsored by the Duke Law and Technology Society, Law and Entrepreneurship Society, and the Career and Professional Development Center.