Legal Technology Training is part of the BYU Law Legal Tech Initiative, which focuses on three objectives:
- Developing law students’ technical competence to meet their professional responsibilities as attorneys.
- Providing opportunities for students at BYU Law who are interested in leveraging their tech skills in the service of society and the improvement of the practice of law.
- Ensuring that BYU Law Students are familiar with the general context and direction of legal tech trends to aid in their placement in and their contribution to the legal profession. This includes the general commitment of BYU Law Students to be curious, innovative, and creative in the application of what they experience and learn.
Space is limited – click on any session title to reserve your place. A boxed lunch will be provided after each session for those who have registered.
What can you expect from legal technology training?
The Technology Attorneys Are Using Right Now.
We teach the top 10 tech tools used by attorneys in law practice.
We Start With The Basics.
From using Adobe Acrobat to redact, bates-stamp, and remove metadata, to using Microsoft Word for automatic table of contents and authorities, you will learn skills to make law practice more efficient.
We Ensure You Are Practice Ready
Our technology trainings teach you the skills you will use in practice: e-filing, e-discovery, trial presentation software, just to name a few.