The Duke Center on Law & Technology prepares students for the growing landscape of technology in the legal profession through collaboration with Duke’s innovative and entrepreneurial initiatives, engagement with local entrepreneurs, and by providing educational opportunities at the intersection of technology and the law.
“The law, from the way that large firms do business, to the way that courts operate, to the basic knowledge needed to aid certain clients, is increasingly tech-driven. So, from an educational perspective and a career-preparation perspective, we are positioning Duke Law to be a leader at the intersection of technology and the law.”
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— Jeff Ward ’09, Director of the Duke Center on Law & Technology & Associate Dean for Technology and Innovation
Data Governance Design Conference 2019
The Data Governance Design Conference (DGDC) will convene policymakers, industry, academia, and legal practitioners to explore models, needs, and enabling environment for data governance. The DGDC will feature expert-level content, for a select audience of data governance leaders, toward establishing a practice-led research agenda that unlocks the field’s tremendous potential.
The 2019 Duke Law Tech Lab Accelerator's Demo Day was held Friday, September 20 at the Duke I & E Bullpen (215 Morris Street, Suite 300).
Courses on Law & Technology at Duke Law