Over the last semester, I’ve been teaching two classes at Michigan State University College of Law, one called AI and the Law and the other called New Technologies and the Law, and a class at University of Michigan Law School called Legal Technology Literacy and Leadership. All three classes pushed me to keep up-to-date with
Kennedy Idea Propulsion Laboratory
Legal Innovation as a Service (for law departments only)
Summer is here and the time is right for . . . Legal Innovation as a Service for law departments only.
I’ve wrapped up my grading for my classes at University of Michigan Law School and Michigan State University College of Law for the semester.
I’m planning to largely take the summer off and concentrate…
My “Ask Me Anything” Zoom Webinar on October 28
I’m trying an experiment over the next three months to hold a monthly “Ask Me Anything” Zoom webinar. The first will be on on Thursday evening, October 28, 2021, at 8:00 PM ET. Would you like to join in? Here’s the LinkedIn Event for it.
You can submit your question(s) for me in advance…
Updates from Kennedy Idea Propulsion Laboratory – October 2021
A lot has been happening at Kennedy Idea Propulsion Laboratory recently. Seemed like a good time to post an update.
- Upcoming “Ask Me Anything” Zoom Webcast. I had so much fun and got such good feedback on my recent special guest appearance on Ari Kaplan’s Virtual Lunch. I’ve decided to run an experiment for
Legal Innovation as a Service – Summer 2021
Summer is here. Grades are turned in. Several projects have wrapped up. I’m looking forward to a much slower pace for the summer.
I’ve decided to focus on one thing this summer – my Legal Innovation as a Service offerings.
Legal Innovation as a Service(TM) (“LIaaS”) is a fresh approach to provide innovation leaders
Personal Quarterly Offsites Course – February Sale Price
One of the most valuable exercises I do routinely is the Personal Quarterly Offsite. It’s a straightforward concept with powerful results. I find it so helpful that I created an online course to share my approach and best practices. It’s called Productive Personal Quarterly Offsite for Busy Legal Professionals.
March is a fantastic…
Announcing: Kennedy Idea Propulsion Laboratory Community
I’m so excited to announce my new Kennedy Idea Propulsion Laboratory Community on the Mighty Networks platform.
The KIPL Community is something I’ve wanted to build for many years and I believe I’ve found the best way to do that. I invite you to join in on a transformational journey for innovators in law.
Featured Service: Panel Convergence Innovation Assistance
I’ve written extensively about what law departments can do to innovate their panel convergence efforts in recent years, including in my book, Successful Innovation Outcomes in Law: A Practical Guide for Law Firms, Law Departments and Other Legal Organizations. I’ve also made the book chapter on panel convergence available for free here.
What is a Consulting Innovator?
In The Sign of the Four, Arthur Conan Doyle writes this exchange between Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson:
I crave for mental exaltation. That is why I have chosen my own particular profession,—or rather created it, for I am the only one in the world.”
“The only unofficial detective?” I said, raising my eyebrows.
Kennedy Idea Propulsion Laboratory’s LabNotes
Kennedy Idea Propulsion Laboratory’s LabNotes is my new daily posting of links I’ve found to items on legal innovation, legal technology, and other topics of interest to me. It resides on the Paper.Li platform. A big thank to Ken Grady who helped me see the potential of this platform and answered some of my questions…