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Five Things I Loved about Harvard Law’s Disruptive Innovation Conference

You knew it had to happen. After years of blogs, hashtags and conferences referencing "The End of Lawyers," "Legal Rebels" and "New Normal," the movement finally became — you’ll excuse the expression — "old school." In February, while 800-plus people crammed into a basement theater at New York City's Cooper Union for #ReinventLaw’s third happening, Harvard Law School quietly tweeted that it would soon also host a free conference on Disruptive Innovation in the Market for Legal Services. One month later, on March 6, 125 people showed up in Cambridge for the conference, presented by Harvard Law's Program on the Legal Profession. Here are five things I loved about that conference. ... READ MORE

Originally published March 14, 2014
Last updated May 11, 2020
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