LPM2 Legal Technology and Practice Management
This subject covers the wide array of issues relating to operating a legal practice in a digital world. The subject will enable the student to have a detailed understanding of the social and technological forces that are impacting on the practice of law. Legal and business factors area also considered as part of a whole-of-practice approach to technology and innovation.
Throughout the course the student will deal with the following complex scenarios:
- Developing a whole-of-practice technology management strategy including needs assessment, solution analysis, costing and, change and implementation management.
- Analysing new and emerging technologies for possible implementation in the practice
- Effectively complying with all legal requirements and risk management standards for the operation of a legal practice in a digital world.
- Review of current and emerging legal practice strategies as they relate to operating a legal practice in the digital world.
Topics in this subject include:
- Introduction to technology in legal practice
- Legal practice and the digital environment
- Management of information in a law practice
- Cyber-security for legal practices
- Big law to tiny law
- AI, apps and automation
- Future technologies and the legal practice
Course offered in intake 1 2018, commencing 19 February 2018.
How to enrol
1. Download and read the Program Manual (PDF).
This document contains all the terms and conditions relating to your enrolment at The College of Law.
2. Decide on your program and initial subject/s
3. Enrol online