Jennifer Wondracek

Capital University Law School

Jennifer Wondracek is the Director of the Law Library and a Professor of Legal Research and Writing at Capital University Law School in Columbus, Ohio. She has a BA and a BS from the College of Charleston, a JD from the University of North Carolina, and a MLIS from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Professor Wondracek began combining her technological knowledge with the practice of law at the University of Florida Legal Information Center in 2010, where she worked in several positions, most recently the Head of E-Services and Technology. While at UNT Dallas College of Law as the Director of Legal Educational Technology, Professor Wondracek took the lead on developing a Practice-Related Technology Requirement for J.D. candidates, the first in the United States. She also delved into the application of virtual reality and 360 photography within legal practice in that position. Professor Wondracek speaks frequently on legal technology topics at conferences and CLE sponsored by organizations such as the ABA, AALS, AALL, The Dallas Bar Association, and the Columbus Bar Association. In 2021, Professor Wondracek was named an ABA LTRC Women of Legal Tech Honoree and a member of the Fastcase50.

My Sessions

AI as a Second Brain: Enhancing Planning, Focus, and Organization with Generative AI

Grand Ballroom EF

This lively and practical session will provide actionable advice on how to use generative AI to aid focus and executive function with a focus on disabled and neurodivergent lawyers. For the purpose of this presentation, executive function refers to the set of skills needed for planning, focus, and organization. This presentation will go through three […]


How to Actually Use AI in Your Legal Practice

Grand L

In the wake of its substantial growth since November 2022, generative AI has been making waves across sectors, including the legal field. This session seeks to unpack the evolving narrative of generative AI in legal practice. The discussion will zero in on tasks specific to legal practitioners, practice management endeavors, and other general legal tasks. […]