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Meet the JD #Classof2024: Today's feature is on Analese Bridges, who knew since her childhood in central Georgia that she wanted to attend law school. But an internship in her local district attorney’s office during high school confirmed it as she heard lawyers struggling with questions at the intersection of law and technological innovation. “‘Can we use a Snapchat as evidence? How do we deal with things like cyberstalking and cyberbullying? This judge doesn't even know what these technologies are ... how do we explain it to them?’” Analese recalls the attorneys in her office asking. “I wanted to understand these questions and how technology is shaping our legal system and the legal practice.” As a Duke undergrad, Analese majored in political science, earned certificates in Ethics & Society and Information Science + Studies, and worked as an RA at the @kenanethics. During senior year, she and a group of fellow undergraduates created a startup company that later won grants from Microsoft, the Amazon Web Services Startup accelerator, and the National Science Foundation (@nsfgov) for its work on using machine learning to make coding education more accessible. Bridges says she chose Duke for law school for the same reasons she picked it for college: the accessibility and mentorship of professors and the opportunity for experiential as well as academic learning. Even during the process of deciding on a law school, she was impressed by the sense of community and c

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Meet the JD #Classof2024: Today's feature is on Analese Bridges, who knew since her childhood in central Georgia that she wanted to attend law school. But an internship in her local district attorney’s office during high school confirmed it as she heard lawyers struggling with questions at the intersection of law and technological innovation. “‘Can we use a Snapchat as evidence? How do we deal with things like cyberstalking and cyberbullying? This judge doesn't even know what these technologies are ... how do we explain it to them?’” Analese recalls the attorneys in her office asking. “I wanted to understand these questions and how technology is shaping our legal system and the legal practice.” As a Duke undergrad, Analese majored in political science, earned certificates in Ethics & Society and Information Science + Studies, and worked as an RA at the @kenanethics. During senior year, she and a group of fellow undergraduates created a startup company that later won grants from Microsoft, the Amazon Web Services Startup accelerator, and the National Science Foundation (@nsfgov) for its work on using machine learning to make coding education more accessible. Bridges says she chose Duke for law school for the same reasons she picked it for college: the accessibility and mentorship of professors and the opportunity for experiential as well as academic learning. Even during the process of deciding on a law school, she was impressed by the sense of community and c

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