Today we’re honored to present our conversation Richard Susskind, one of many worlds main intellectuals on know-how in the law and the future of work. Dr. Susskind is also the creator of some of the greatest-recognized books involving the modernization of regulation and attorneys – together with “the Future of Law”, “Tomorrows Lawyers”, and his most up-to-date e-book “Online Courts and the Future of Justice”. In our dialog, Richard considers the future of our court docket system, the incentives for regulation firms to modernize, and his prediction that tomorrow’s core authorized jobs will revolve round technology and the creation of techniques. Today our conversation is with Erwin Chemerinsky, a preeminent constitutional regulation scholar, Supreme Court litigator, and Dean of Berkeley Law. We speak to Erwin about a number of matters, from Berkeley Law’s response to the pandemic, to how he picks which cases he takes on professional bono, many of which he argues on the Supreme Court or Circuit Court degree.
Almost all states require attorneys to take part in continuing legal education both yearly or every 3 years. Lawyers who need to practice in more than one state often must take the bar examination in every state.
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