EdUp Legal Podcast, Episode 29: Conversation with Gabriel H. Heninbaum
EdUp Legal Podcast with Host Patty Roberts
Digital Commons at St. Mary's University
In this episode, we hear from Professor Gabe Teninbaum, who serves as the Assistant Dean for Innovation, Strategic Initiatives and Distance Education at Suffolk University Law School, where he teaches legal writing and legal technology courses that include research and development of access to justice initiatives and applications. Professor Tenninbaum also holds appointments as a Faculty Associate at the Berkman-Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard, as a Visiting Professor at the MIT Media Lab, and as a Visiting Fellow at the Yale Law School Information Society Project. In addition to supporting Suffolk Law and it's #1 ranked legal tech program (according to National Jurist Magazine), Professor Tenninbaum founded and serves as CEO of Spaced Repetition Systems, a program that provides a unique memorization technique that aids law students in course work and bar exam and MPRE preparation. Professor Tenninbaum discusses his work in Productizing Legal Work and the new textbook with that focus in support of law students and legal professionals. He discusses Spaced Repetition, his new book, and the novel approach that Suffolk has in weaving legal tech into its curriculum. Professor Tenninbaum mentions his Lawtomatic Newsletter that he shares weekly, and provides his opinions regarding the future of legal education and the evolution likely to happen in the practice of law.
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