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In Appreciation of the Fall 2014 Law 2050 Class Guest Speakers

Classes are over here at Vanderbilt Law School, and I am happy to say that the second edition of my Law 2050 class was chock full of great guest speakers—21 in all. Because they make up such a key component of the class, I want to thank them all again. This year’s roster included the following presentations and speakers, in order of appearance:

Law Firm Leaders Panel: Andy Bayman (King & Spalding), John Grenier (Bradley Arant), and Todd Rolapp (Bass Berry Sims)

In-House Counsel Panel: Mike McCarthy (Quantumscape), Celia Catlett (Texas Roadhouse), and Sara Finley (CVS/Caremark)

Law Firm Globalization and Consolidation: Steve Mahon and Mark Ruehlmann (Squire Patton Boggs)

Introduction to Legal Project Management: Larry Bridgesmith (ERM Legal Solutions and Program Coordinator, Vanderbilt Program on Law and Innovation)

Introduction to E-discovery and Information Technolog: Marc Jenkins (Cicayda and Vanderbilt Law Adjunct)

Alternatives to Big Law Panel: Annie Passino (Southern Environmental Law Center), Austin Payne, (Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation), and Alex Scarbrough Fisher (Thompson Burton)

Demonstration of Lex Machina: Jeremy Mulder (Lex Machina)

Introduction to and Workshop on Neota Logic: Kevin Mulcahy (Neota Logic)

The Technological Future: John Lutz (Vanderbilt Vice Chancellor for Information Technology)

Demonstration of Casetext: Jake Heller (Casetext)

Lean Law: John Murdoch (Bradley Arant) and Prof. Nancy Hyer (Vanderbilt Owen School of Business)

Law Firm Economics: Patrick Cavanaugh (Blank Rome) and Walt Burton (Thompson Burton)

Thank you all—the class would not be what it is for the students without your involvement!

JB


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