CLIG event – What American Law Students are being Taught about Technology in Law Firms – an Inside View: Profile of a Research Professor and Library Director
CLIG extends a warm welcome to attend May’s event: a fascinating profile of Professor Femi Cadmus who is currently the Archibald C. and Frances Fulk Rufty Research Professor of Law and Director of the Goodson Library at Duke Law. She teaches “Technology in the Practice of Law”, which explores the rapidly evolving technologies transforming traditional legal practice. Femi will demonstrate what today’s law students are learning about the use and impact of current technologies on legal practice including tools for client management, electronic discovery, and document management. CLIG invites you to join this fascinating talk to understand what knowledge law students bring with them to their training contracts regarding technology and its place in service delivery.
Professor Femi Cadmus is active in professional library associations including the American Association of Law Libraries in which she was president from 2018-2019. She also serves on several library and legal information services advisory boards. Her research focus, publications and presentations cover topics such as law and technology, the evolving role of the modern day law library, open access to legal information, and law library management and administration.