SLS Panel: Disrupting Law: How Legal Tech is Changing the Field

In Silicon Valley and around the globe, cutting-edge technology
is changing how we interact with the world and the law.
The use of artificial intelligence is beginning to disrupt the
legal practice, legal knowledge is more widely accessible than
ever before, and access to justice and legal aid is changing
rapidly. Hear from alumni experts on the opportunities and
challenges facing lawyers today in legal tech.

David Engstrom, JD ’02, Professor of Law, Associate
Dean for Strategic Planning, and Bernard D. Bergreen
Faculty Scholar

Kristen Bell, BA ‘05, JD ‘13, Assistant Professor,
University of Oregon School of Law
Mark Chandler, JD ‘81, Executive Vice President and
Chief Legal Officer, Cisco
Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar, MA ‘96, PhD ‘00,
Justice, California Supreme Court, and Visiting
Professor of Law
Margaret Hagan, JD ‘13, Director, Legal Design
Lab, and Lecturer in Law
Tom Rubin, JD ‘88, Special Counsel, Quinn Emanuel
Urquhart & Sullivan, and Lecturer in Law

Location: Classroom 190 Date: October 27, 2018 Time: 10:45 am - 12:00 pm David Engstrom Mark Chandler Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar Margaret Hagan Tom Rubin Kristen Bell