The Innovators: Ronald Staudt

The long and slow fight to integrate technology into the legal industry, starting with law schools.

, Legaltech News


Ronald Staudt prepares for the long and slow fight to integrate technology into the legal industry, starting with law schools.

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What's being said

  • Harold Burstyn

    What a pleasure to see Ron's pioneering work (begun with Jim Sprowl) given its proper recognition.

  • John Mayer

    Ron Staudt hired me to work for Chicago-Kent a little over 25 years ago. He is a colleague and friend. This combo of tech/legal ed/justice is really exciting and we're seeing amazing projects from the students in the class. Just attended the last class where students made presentations and I was stunned at what they accomplished in one semester. More info about the Access to Justice Clinical Project here

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