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New Event: Vanderbilt Law School Summit on Law and Innovation (SoLI) – Nashville – 30 April

Added on the 18th Jan 2018 at 7:02 pm
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WHO:
Vanderbilt Law School Program on Law & Innovation (PoLI) equips Vanderbilt Law students to become innovators who successfully navigate and influence changes in law and the legal industry throughout their careers. Vanderbilt Law School and its PoLI Program are located in Nashville, Tennessee.

WHAT:
Summit on Law and Innovation (SoLI): “Building Connections, Breaking Down Silos”
On April 30, 2018, the Summit on Law and Innovation (SoLI) will bring together thought and action leaders from legal practice, legal education, and legal technology, for a dynamic and interactive experience designed to move legal innovation forward.

Produced by Vanderbilt Law School’s Program on Law and Innovation, SoLI’s mission is to build connections and break down silos between legal practitioners, educators, and technologists to create critical collaboration and fuel innovation.

Tickets to the one-day SoLI conference are $250. Early Bird Registration has begun, offering discounted tickets at $200 (20% off) through February 15th. For more information or to register, visit http://solivanderbilt.org

WHEN:
Monday, April 30, 2018 from 7:30am – 5:30pm

WHERE:
Vanderbilt Law School Student Life Center
310 25th Avenue South on Vanderbilt University’s Nashville campus. Directions can be found here.

WHY:
Vanderbilt recently ranked #10 in the Thomson Reuters “World’s Most Innovative Universities”. The institution’s commitment to innovation, research and creative thinking has led to development of programs like PoLI and now events like SoLI. SoLI’s creators are Vanderbilt Law School adjunct professors Caitlin (Cat) Moon and Larry Bridgesmith, who created the event to bring together global leaders in legal academia, law practice and legal technology and catalyze a more integrated, collaborative and productive future for the legal industry.

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