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FEATURE MEMBERS OF OUR FACULTY
Professor of European Legal History
and Litigation I
Professor of Commercial Law II
Professor of Law and Technology
Professor of Public International Law
and Administrative Law
President at Madrid International
Arbitration Center (MIAC)
Secretary General at Madrid International
Arbitration Center (MIAC)
University Professor at NYU Law School & Senior Fellow at the Center of European Studies at Harvard
Co-Founder of LexPredict. Scientist, Technologist and Professor at Illinois Tech - Chicago Kent College of Law
Partner at Herbert Smith Freehills
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Pandemic Raises the Relevance of Legal Technology LL.M.s
The pandemic has proven that technology is not optional for lawyers; it’s a necessity. Alejandro Touriño, Co-Director of the Master in Legal Tech, explains why in this article published by LLM Guide.
Lawyers have always been perceived as reluctant to adopt technology, with seriousness and personal confidence playing a key role in the very traditional profession. However, the pandemic has proven that technology is not optional for lawyers; it’s a necessity.
The pandemic is likely to increase reliance on legal technology to provide clients with a service comparable to that offered before coronavirus. This involves the use of video conferencing and other online collaboration tools, but there will also be a greater need for law-specific technologies such as machine learning and artificial intelligence.
This has also raised the relevance of legal technology in the LL.M. curriculum. Madrid’s IE Law School, for instance, has designed an entire Master in Legal Tech degree. Students on the course embrace the newest technologies in the legal industry, as well as the management and business trends. The new LL.M. also has a specialization in intellectual property and legal technology, where students explore how key tech developments intersect with the law.
09 Dec 2020Faculty Opinion, Legaltech and Entrepreneurship
Soledad Atienza named Dean of IE University’s Law School
Soledad Atienza has an extensive academic experience and a global vision of legal education. Her commitment and professionalism serving as Vice Dean ...
30 Jun 2020Faculty, Global, Comparative and European Law, News
“Boss Ex Machina”: First Marie Curie Fellowship obtained by a researcher at IE Law School
Professor Antonio Aloisi has been awarded by the European Commission the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship for the project: BOSS EX MACHINA, ...
03 Jun 2020Faculty, Global, Comparative and European Law, News
Professor Antonio Aloisi awarded Giorgio Rota Best Paper Award
Antonio Aloisi, Assistant Professor of Labour Law at IE Law School is awarded with the 8th Giorgio Rota Best Paper Award, on "Digital transformation: ...
20 Apr 2020Faculty, Legaltech and Entrepreneurship