AALL Spectrum Magazine, Tools for Learning & Teaching Microsoft Word- March/April 2022/Volume 26, Number 4
By Artie Berns
In this article, Artie Berns writes a comparison on the NSLT, Write.Law and Procertas programs. (Page 44-46)
Reinventing Professionals Podcast
Training Programs and Certifications That Offer a Competitive Advantage
February 9th, 2021
This podcast discussed the skills that legal professionals need to thrive in today’s economy, how the NSLT curriculum helps participants draw connections between e-discovery, cybersecurity, and related fields to gain a competitive advantage, and the NSLT’s alliance with ACEDS.
Legal Tech Groups Launch New E-Discovery Certification
Two legal technology associations have launched a self-paced training curriculum to give law students, attorneys and paralegals exposure to e-discovery software.
ACEDS Partners With National Society for Legal Technology to Deliver Career-Enhancing Software Training and New E-Discovery Technology Certificate
Press Release from ACEDS - January 2021
Curriculum includes foundational e-discovery training and explores use of leading e-discovery software; new designation gives professionals career advancement advantage
AAfPE 2020 Virtual Conference
Teaching Technology in a Socially Distant Environment
This session will discuss the many issues presented with teaching technology in an off-campus environment. How to achieve student technology competency while avoiding the issues of student access to software, student computer limitations, and install issues. How you can continue to push technology education while fighting the struggles of increased limitations on resources and opportunities.
AAfPE 2020 Virtual Conference
Vendor Demo Presented by National Society for Legal Technology
In this presentation, you will learn how the Legal Technology Certificate and eDiscovery Technology Certificate are used as classroom curriculum to enhance your students' education and resume.
What's Missing When It Comes
to Legal Technology?
Law schools and law firms are working diligently to innovate technological solutions, though, in doing so, they're missing an important mark when it comes to keeping these solutions on track.
NSLT Welcomes 125th School
Press Release from the NSLT from February 2019
The National Society for Legal Technology announced that The Notre Dame Law School has become the 125th legal academic institution to utilize NSLT's Legal Technology Certificate as classroom curriculum.
Legal Technology Certificate:
How One Law Student is Revolutionizing
Legal Technology Training
Podcast Episode 108 with Douglas Lusk
This legal technology training program addresses a problem that most attorneys struggle with: How do I comply with the new ethical rules requiring competence in technology when there are no resources in my law firm or law school to do so (and without investing in expensive software packages)?
Legal Tech Mastery Show
Douglas Lusk and the NSLT:
Season 2, Episode 9
Litigation Support Guru - Amy Boswer-Rollins
Douglas Lusk founded the National Society for Legal Technology certificate program. He and Amy Boswer-Rollins will chat about their passion for legal tech education.
College of Law Student
Launches New Legal Technology
Platform for Small Firms
University of LaVerne
University of La Verne College of Law alumnus Douglas Lusk just graduated in May and has already started a successful career as CEO of a legal technology company.
5 Tech Skills That Will
Advance Your Career
San Diego Paralegal Assocaition (SDPA) Publication
When you studied to become a paralegal, you were required to show competence in basic software before you graduated from the program. Lawyers don't have such a requirement when they entered law school. Enhancing your legal training with technology proficiency offers a huge benefit for paralegals as it helps fill the void of knowledge for the law firm.
What’s Missing When It
Comes to Legal Technology?
The Future of Legal
Business and Tech
Innovation is a buzz word on everyone’s lips these days in the legal profession. Law schools are launching legal innovation labs as fast as they can to find professors to teach in them.