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Introduction to eLawyering

About this Course

Focuses on how new technologies affect legal drafting, and surveys the historical background of law and technology; the logical basis for such legal documents as contracts, wills, statutes and regulations; and the theory of embedding law in code. The course also considers the secondary effects on law, lawyering and the legal profession likely to arise from the digitization of many legal tasks. In addition to the reading and class discussions, studentgs will create a demonstrative virtual law practice and undertake drafting projects.

Course number

6360

Program

Graduate

Subject

Business Law