University of Oklahoma College of Law
Kenton Brice joined the law library in 2015 as its first digital resources librarian. In addition to teaching legal research in the Legal Research, Writing, and Advocacy Program, he also assisted in administering the Digital Initiative at the College of Law. Now, as the Director of Technology Innovation, he is instrumental in leading OU Law’s technology efforts, building on the college’s reputation as a national leader in legal technology education.
Prior to joining the College of Law, Kenton practiced as an associate attorney with Christman Kelley & Clarke, PC in Highland Village, Texas, where he gained extensive experience in courtrooms and the boardroom, handling various litigation and transaction matters for the firm. In addition to his legal work, he administered the firm’s technology to enhance the firm’s efficiency in all aspects of professional and legal work. Kenton brings his professional and technical experiences to the College of Law to help educate students on how to utilize technology to become more effective researchers, lawyers, and professionals.
From accident reconstruction and crime scene recreation to training, virtual reality (VR) is becoming a viable tool for litigators and even transactional attorneys. This panel will discuss how their firms and law schools are working with VR to improve the practice of law.