Training Yesterday’s Lawyers

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Canadian Lawyer


When asked about how Canada’s legal academy is handling innovation, Jason Moyse is blunt. It is “so far behind, it thinks it’s ahead,” says the co-founder of Law Made, a small legal company that helps startups and large corporates “drive innovation, and make the most of technology, in the legal services industry.”

Toronto-based Moyse spoke to Canadian Lawyer roughly halfway through Law Made’s informal road show of sorts through six or seven Canadian law schools. Preaching to “anyone who turns up,” the presentations focus on emerging best practices for training 21st-century lawyers.


Article is written by Scott Neilson with commentary by Prof. Lorne Sossin.