Posted Dec 09, 2013 07:49 pm CST
The ABA Journal is pleased to join Michigan State University College of Law and the Kauffman Foundation in presenting ReInvent Law NYC in February.
ReInvent, a laboratory devoted to promoting technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship in the legal services industry, will be held Feb. 7, 2014, in New York City at the historic Cooper Union Great Hall.
ReInvent Law events are presented in an engaging, fast-paced format. The conference is aimed at anyone interested in the future of law or the intersection of law, technology, and entrepreneurship. Lawyers, technology specialists, social media enthusiasts, bloggers, entrepreneurs, telecom experts, venture capitalists, academics, students and journalists should plan to attend.
Tickets are free, but seating is limited. Reserve seats at www.ReInventLawNYC.com.
“We are thrilled to announce the ABA Journal’s partnership with us to make ReInvent Law NYC a reality. The ABA Journal’s support will enable us to build upon the success of our recent events in London and Silicon Valley,” said ReInvent Law co-founders, Renee Newman Knake and Daniel Martin Katz, associate professors of law at MSU Law.
“This is an exciting opportunity for the ABA Journal to continue the conversation we started six years ago with our Legal Rebels project about the paradigm shift facing the legal profession,” said Allen Pusey, editor and publisher of the ABA Journal. “On this platform, we can see firsthand [and share] what creative, forward-thinking lawyers are doing to address a changing marketplace.”
The ABA Journal is the flagship magazine of the American Bar Association. It covers the trends, people, and finances of the legal profession from Wall Street to Main Street to Pennsylvania Avenue. Its website features breaking legal news updated as it happens by staff reporters throughout every business day, a directory of more than 3,800 lawyer blogs, and the full contents of the magazine. For more information visit www.abajournal.com, and follow the ABA Journal on Twitter @ABAJournal and on Facebook and LinkedIn.
The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation is a private, nonpartisan foundation that works with partners to advance entrepreneurship in America and improve the education of children and youth. Founded by late entrepreneur and philanthropist Ewing Marion Kauffman, the Foundation is based in Kansas City, Mo. For more information, visit www.kauffman.org, and follow the foundation on Twitter andFacebook.
Michigan State University College of Law, a leading institution of legal education with a long history of educating practice-ready attorneys, prepares future lawyers to use ethics, ambition, and intellect to solve the world’s problems. As one of only a few private law schools affiliated with a major research university, MSU Law offers comprehensive interdisciplinary opportunities combined with a personalized legal education. MSU Law professors are gifted teachers and distinguished scholars, its curriculum is rigorous and challenging, and its facility is equipped with the latest resources—all affirming MSU Law’s commitment to educating 21st-century lawyers.