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Confronting Displacement Technology in Legal Profession

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Summary:

Legal technology and court priorities have changed, sometimes displacing the traditional attorney-client practice model. New apps, legal web sites, and self-help services have given rise to new market forces, empowered consumers, and disrupted the way lawyers have traditionally done business. National legal futures expert and veteran criminal and civil trial lawyer Fred Ury will explain what displacement technology is being used today, how it has affected the practice, and the need for all lawyers to adapt. A panel from Minnesota will also describe displacement innovations with Minnesota connections.

This CLE is approved for credit through October 5, 2018.

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Presenters:
Keynote: Reimagining the Future of the Legal Profession Fred Ury


Displacement Innovations with Minnesota Connections 

Changes in the Courts, Judiciary, and Legal Services-An overview of national and local priorities and planning that will disrupt the way legal services are delivered to the public, including the Conference of Chief Judges Resolution 5 (100% Access), the Minnesota Supreme Court Unified Intake Directive, and Statewide Self-Help Innovations.

Presenter: Bridget Gernander, Legal Services Grant Manager, Minnesota Supreme Court

Online legal advice ABAlegalanswers.org and Minnesota Legal Advice Online-Opportunities for free legal advice exist in Minnesota and throughout the country. Learn about how these programs operate and opportunities for attorneys to provide pro bono advice or think about incorporating online or phone-based advice into their own practice.

Presenter: Mary Kaczorek, Legal Services State Support

E-Mediation-Overview of the current use of online mediation, how it is different than traditional face-to-face mediation, how courts are starting to implement it, and predictions about its use in the future.

Presenter: Professor David Larson, Mitchell-Hamline Dispute Resolution Center and Co-Chair of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Technology Committee.

 
CLE Credits:

2.0 Standard CLE Credit approved | Event Code: 228454

Cost:
MSBA Members:  $29.95
Non-MSBA Members:  $64.95