Matthew Stubenberg and Kenton Brice discuss their presentation ‘Seeing is Believing: Virtual Reality Preparedness’ and the impact VR can have for the legal industry.
On the Road
Matthew Stubenberg graduated cum laude from Maryland Law School in 2013. Interested in using technology to change...
Kenton Brice joined the law library in 2015 as its first digital resources librarian. In addition to...
Laurence Colletti serves as the producer at Legal Talk Network where he combines his passion for web-based...
Can lawyers use 360 videos and virtual reality as evidence? At ABA TECHSHOW 2020, host Laurence Colletti sits down with Matthew Stubenberg and Kenton Brice to talk about their presentation ‘Seeing is Believing: Virtual Reality Preparedness’. They discuss some practical uses of 360 videos and VR as a way to introduce courtroom procedures, prepare clients for a hearing, and find evidence. In addition, Matthew and Kenton share their tips and tricks on how to create a VR video.
Matthew Stubenberg is currently the associate director of legal technology in the access to justice lab at Harvard Law School.
Kenton Brice is the director of technology innovation at the University of Oklahoma College of
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|Published:||February 28, 2020|
|Podcast:||On the Road|
|Category:||Legal Technology & Data Security|
On the Road
Recorded on the conference floor, "On the Road" includes highlights and interviews from popular legal events.