UNT Dallas College of Law
Jennifer “Jenny” Wondracek has worked as an attorney, a law librarian, a legal technician, and a law professor. She is currently the Director of Legal Educational Technology and an Adjunct Professor at UNT Dallas College of Law, where she specializes in and teaches Law Practice Technology.
Professor Wondracek has had the opportunity to explore a variety of technologies, including 3D printing, 360 photography, and virtual reality. in 2017, she won the audience-choice prize at the AALL Innovation Tournament. Her department, Legal Educational Technology, also received the 2019 AALL Innovations in Technology award for their work in developing virtual crime scenes. Professor Wondracek hopes to continue her research into virtual reality with a new project on implicit bias.
Teaching technology in law school is now more important than ever. With technology advancing at such a rapid pace, what technology should be taught in the classroom? How can institutions design and implement technology instruction? In this session, you’ll hear examples and best practices from academics that have “been there, done that” and have ideas […]
Law schools have a great opportunity to prepare lawyers to revolutionize law practice by teaching high level and innovative technology courses. Concepts such as legal analytics, legal project management and process improvement, block chain, cryptocurrency, artificial intelligence, and more are making their way into law schools.