Victor Li is the legal affairs writer for the ABA Journal. Previously he was a reporter for...
Programming may become a necessary skill for lawyers, but the shift won’t be as dramatic as you think. In this On The Road report from the Clio Cloud Conference 2018, host Victor Li talks to Jason Morris from Round Table Law about his views on the future of law and coding and how new tools can be made to suit the way lawyers think. They discuss how future legal technology will not simply automate basic legal tasks, but instead make it possible for lawyers to provide services that never existed before.
Jason Morris is lead legendary counsel at Round Table Law, is pursuing an LLM in computational law from the University of Alberta, and was named an ABA Clio innovation fellow for 2018-2019.