The discussion will be moderated by Joshua Mitts (Associate Professor of Law at CLS). The following other faculty members will participate in the panel:
- Katharina Pistor (Edwin B. Parker Professor of Comparative Law at CLS)
- Kathryn Judge (Professor of Law at CLS), Brian Donnelly (Director of Educational Technology and Lecturer for Lawyering in the Digital Age Clinic at CLS).
The discussion will cover, among others, the following topics: (i) What is the opinion of the panelists on legal technology in general and what are their expectations about the future developments in this field? (ii) What are the promises and limitations of legal technology and in which fields is legal technology likely to have the greatest impact on the practice of law? (iii) How does legal technology affect the current research of CLS faculty members? (iv) How will legal technology change the prospects of CLS students? (v) What changes in the curriculum of CLS can be expected?