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Jeannette Eicks
Online Faculty

Jeannette Eicks

Director, Center for Legal Innovation
Research Professor of Law
Center for Legal Innovation

B.A., Washington University

J.D., Vermont Law School

Master of Science in Internet Strategy Management, Marlboro College


Curriculum Vitae

Jeannette Eicks


Jeannette Eicks is the Director of the Center for Legal Innovation and teaches eLawyering and eDiscovery at Vermont Law School. She facilitates collaborative projects between students, faculty and industry partners on behalf of the Center for Legal Innovation. Her published work includes “Evidence Challenge,” published by LexisNexis in 2014, and a chapter in “Educating the Digital Lawyer,” an eBook co-edited by Professor Oliver Goodenough and published by LexisNexis in 2012.

Professor Eicks’ past experience includes serving as CEO of an application development and Internet consulting firm, managing information technology for Vermont Law School, and establishing several degree programs during her tenure as a professor at Vermont Technical College.

Professor Eicks received a B.A. from Washington University in St. Louis, Mo., a J.D. from Vermont Law School, and a master’s in internet strategy management from Marlboro College.