Collaboration, Iteration and Design in Legal Scholarship

Date: March 31 – April 1, 2016
Speaker: Mark Edwards

Tracks: General or Core Programs

So much contemporary legal scholarship is still produced as if scholars were confined by the technological limits of an earlier era, and with apparent indifference to its users’ experience. Drawing on lessons from entrepreneurial thought, this roundtable discussion will explore whether a new approach to legal scholarship is possible, one that values collaboration over autonomy, produces continuous iterations rather artifacts, and consciously incorporates design-thinking to enhance user experience.

This recording was provided by the University of Baltimore Law Library and the University of Baltimore School of Law and presented at The Fate of Legal Scholarship in American Law Schools Conference.

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