Where will the next 10 years of technology take your legal practice?
Professor and Morris James partner Richard K. Herrmann will present "Where will the next 10 years of technology take your legal practice?" where he will explore the many possibilities from holograms to virtual reality in the courtroom. Attorneys Gina Furia Rubel, David G. Ries, Daniel J. Siegel and Frederic M. Wilf will also present at the full-day program designed to explore modern law practice management and technology issues related to social media, CRM systems, litigation and trial apps, IP updates, mobility, ethics and more.
Richard K. Herrmann is a partner at Morris James LLP and is a Visiting Professor at Widener where he teaches technology related courses, including Electronic Discovery, Law and Technology, and Ethics and Technology. He chairs the Delaware Supreme Court's Commission of Continuing Legal Education and co-chairs the Court's new Law and Technology Commission. He co-chairs the Delaware District Court Technology Committee and served on that Court's drafting committee for the Delaware Electronic Discovery Default Standard. He is currently chair of the Delaware State Bar Association's Technology Committee and former chair of its Electronic Discovery and Technology Section.