Legal Automation Workshop

Students in the Legal Automation Workshop (LAW) partner with other SLPs and Bay Area pro bono service providers with legal automation needs. Each student will identify high-impact areas where legal automation can help streamline existing workflows and research. Students will scope the minimum-viable product, build it, test it, and ship it. Students have wide latitude in setting the hours, pace, and volume of work while receiving support from LAW leadership and members.

Technology Experience Requirement: Law requires programming experience in Python or equivalent. Law recommends data analysis experience with statistical programming packages as r.

Supervision: Students will receive training from and be under the supervision of attorneys at Morgan Lewis and Oasis Legal Services.

Time Commitment: 10-40 hours a semester depending on project needs and member drive.

For more information, please contact the student leaders at legalautomation@berkeley.edu.

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