Thomas R. Bruce is the co-founder and Director of the Legal Information Institute. After serving for five years as the Law School’s Director of Educational Technologies, he became Co-Director of the Legal Information Institute at its founding in 1992, and sole Director in 2004. An Internet and Web pioneer, he developed the first Web browser for Microsoft Windows. He has served as a visiting fellow for the Center for Online Dispute Resolution at the University of Amherst, and as a Senior International Fellow of the University of Melbourne Law School. For more than a decade, he was the digital-projects consultant for the Harvard Law School Library, and has consulted on legal information projects on four continents. He has been an invited expert for the Hague Conference on Private International Law, and has testified before Congress on legal information modernization. In 2009, the American Bar Association Journal named him one of 50 innovators doing the most to change the American legal profession.
The co-founder of the Legal Information Institute (LII) talks about what the LII is and how it has adapted to changing technology.
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