Cat Moon works with law firms, legal departments, and law schools across the U.S. to bring a human-centered design perspective to firms and legal services companies as they re-imagine the delivery of legal services and education. An expert in blockchain, she founded Ledger.Law, a consultancy providing companies and law firms with counsel on blockchain related to regulation, policy, and legal structure. As a co-founder, chief operating officer and chief design officer of Legal Alignment, Professor Moon manages the operations and user-centered design of DASH, a proprietary, cloud-based legal workflow platform that employs artificial intelligence and provides consulting and training to lawyers, firms and legal departments. Before forming Ledger.Law and Legal Alignment, Professor Moon provided legal counsel and strategic guidance to start-up companies through her own firm, C.Moon Law, and through the Harpeth Law Group. She began her career with Dodson Parker Dinkins & Behm, where she practiced property and employment law, and focused on property law and transactions at Hale and Hale before focusing on advising start-ups. Professor Moon is a co-organizer of the Music City Legal Hackathon, sponsored by the Program on Law & Innovation, which brings together legal professionals, technologists, designers and other professionals to create technology solutions to meet the needs of nonprofit legal service organizations. She co-organized and was the keynote speaker of Blockchain and the Law, a conference sponsored by the Program on Law & Innovation. At Vanderbilt, she teaches Legal Design and Problem Solving.
Cat Moon talks about a human-centered design for law and the power of curiosity to drive innovation in the legal profession.
Cat Moon talks about how the conference can help legal problem solving, which direction SoLi will go next year, and changes in Vanderbilt’s curriculum.
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