Korin Munsterman is a Professor of Practice and the director of the Legal Education Technology program at UNT Dallas College of Law. She joined UNT Dallas law school in May 2021. Professor Munsterman has worked at many law schools throughout her career, including Harvard Law School, American University Law, and Southern New England School of Law, now known as UMass – Dartmouth School of law. She has reviewed technology processes and services for many more all over the country and presented at national conferences. She enjoys learning and teaching about the intersection of legal practice, law, and technology, and has considerable experience implementing practice management systems, document assembly programs, document management systems, trial practice and presentation software, and more. She currently teaches multiple sections of Law Practice Technology, ensuring that law students graduate practice-ready.
She received her bachelor’s degree in English Literature at the University of Central Florida, her master’s degree in Library and Information Science at Florida State University, and her J.D. from American University Washington College of Law.
AI has been helping lawyers for many years, but new tools powered by ChatGPT have even more exciting possibilities for the future of legal practice. Korin Munsterman discusses recent developments in legal...
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