Duke Law students place second in Product Design Challenge
Seth Taylor ’17, Mauricio Cerna LLM ’17, Kyle Levenberg LLM ’17, and Sean Valle ’17 for placed second in the Product Design Challenge organized by Thomson Reuters and EvolveLaw. Students were tasked with drafting a proposal on how to improve Thomson Reuters Practice Point, an online legal research tool. “Duke Law continues to focus on legal tech innovation and the opportunities it creates for our students,” says Jeff Ward, associate clinical professor of law and director of the Start-Up Ventures Clinic. “These kinds of innovation challenges have been a great way to highlight both the creative talents of our students and the technologies that will shape the future of law practice.” Taylor, Cerna, Levenberg, and Valle were awarded a $3,000 prize.