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My Clinnovation Lit Bit: Making Innovation Pay With A Law Student Technology Ambassador Program

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As the saying goes, you can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink. Likewise, law schools can offer up all kinds of innovative, forward-looking programs on law and technology, or clinics that offer low bono services. But they can’t force students intent on finding a job at big law to take the bait.

So how can law schools instill a spirit of innovation in law students? One approach is to show students how innovation can pay. That’s the subject of my five-minute Lit Bit that I presented last month at Suffolk Law School’s Clinnovation 2018 Conference which you can view below.

 

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