Good post from Bill Henderson on how we learn or don't learn about law & technology. Definitely gets my attention, as it should other deans & profs.
Three (at least) dimensions of the matter:
How should we best use technology in educational instruction?
How can technology be mobilized in the service of faculty research and its external impact?
How should we educate our law students about new modalities of technology and technological innovation in the new world of legal practice?
Tall order indeed! I confess to great uncertainty, from a dean's perspective, about whether these complex matters are best left to a chief technology officer, perhaps combined with the law library's functioning, or should be more widely distributed within faculty and administration. Happy to be educated on this subject.