Obviously there are serious issues with MOOCs but it would be a mistake to believe that version first is the same as version last … but the problems are real … interesting to see how folks innovate to solve these existing shortcomings …
Month: December 2013
Andy Ninh – Augmented Reality and On-Demand Legal Services (via ReInventLawChannel.com )
In the months to come, I will be featuring some of my students who are participating in my law, technology and/or entrepreneurship courses here at MSU Law (access the course list here) — Many of my students are doing interesting and exciting things and so I thought I would take some time to highlight them! For more information about these students or my courses – please feel free to contact me email@example.com
Andy Ninh is a 3L at Michigan State University College of Law. “He’s a geek, future attorney & entrepreneur, Google Glass explorer, nutrition and exercise junkie, martial artist, and tech enthusiast.”
Check Out His Personal Website Here (See Below).
Quantitative Methods for Lawyers Course – Fall 2013 – Professor Daniel Martin Katz
Finishing up the Fall 2013 Quantitative Methods for Lawyers Course on Friday — Legal Analytics (taught by Michael J.Bommarito II & Daniel Martin Katz) – is the follow up course — offered in Winter 2014.
Recalculate the Future of Law (via Insight Labs)
Tried to offer some honest and unvarnished statements about the current state of affairs. Click here to see the full interview.