Is this the Future of Legal Education? [PODCAST] – Gabriel Teninbaum
Welcome to Law 2.0, a podcast series where we talk to individuals looking to change the legal services and regulatory sector.
In this episode we speak to Gabriel Teninbaum. Gabriel is the Director of Institute on Legal Innovation & Technology & a Prof. of Legal Writing at Suffolk Law School, Visiting Fellow at the Yale Law School Information Society Project and the founder of SeRiouS, a learning platform that uses a spaced repetition algorithm and professor-created content to help students prepare for law school exams and the bar.
In this podcast Gabriel speaks to us about:
- the implications and potential of spaced repetition for information dissemination and education;
- the likely impact of automation and information dissemination technologies on specific sections of the legal sector; and
- how this is likely to affect future developments in the industry and opportunities for lawyers of tomorrow.
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