2018 Predictions from AALS 2018
Last week, Compliance.ai exhibited at the Association of American Law Schools’ Annual Meeting in beautiful San Diego. During the conference, we spoke with Deans, Law Professors, and Lawyers from around the world and showcased the Contributor platform and RegHero program. Many of the booths were providing recruitment services, literature, and publishing opportunities for attendees, but our booth stood out as unique in comparison.
At AALS 2018, we made the following announcements:
1) Compliance.ai is partnering with law schools and law students by offering free access to the Pro Edition platform to any user who signs up using a current EDU email address.
2) An opportunity for attendees to provide thought-leadership on our Advisors’ Corner on issues and topic areas related to law and technology.
In addition, we engaged with attendees to share their #2018Predictions, which we published on our social media channels.
Below are some of the top responses we received:
Emory University School of Law Professor, Bobby Ahdieh, on his 2018 predictions for the future of Legal Education.
Brooklyn Univesity School of Law Professor, David Reiss, on his 2018 predictions on Housing Finance Reform.
University of San Francisco School of Law Dean, John Trasviña, on his 2018 predictions for the future of US Immigration Law.
University of New Hampshire School of Law Professor, Ann Bartow, on her 2018 predictions for the future of Copyright Law.
Northern Illinois Law School Professor, Carliss Chatman, on her 2018 predictions for the future of US Tax Law.
St. Thomas University School of Law Professor, Steven Nathenson, on his Session about the future of Technology and Procedural Law.