The Legal Technology Institute provides independent technology consulting services to the legal profession, including private law firms, corporate and government legal departments, government agencies, courts and administrators, law schools, legal services organizations, and legal verticals. Our mission is to assist our clients with technology issues, long-range goals and implementation to help improve their delivery of legal services to their clients. The following is a representative list of clients and the work performed on their behalf.
Case Study - University of Mississippi School of Law National Center for Justice and the Rule of Law
The University of Mississippi School of Law, located in Oxford, Mississippi with an enrollment of about 350 students, received a federal grant to create the National Center for Justice and the Rule of Law. Andrew Z. Adkins III, director of the Legal Technology Institute was retained to assess the current law school technology environment and provide recommendations to improve technology at the law school to coincide with the creation of the Center.
Mr. Adkins provided and presented recommendations to the school to further enhance the use of technology in the classroom, including building smart classrooms utilizing advanced technologies.
Contact Person at Time
William Townsend, Acting Director
National Center for Justice and the Rule of Law