University of Oklahoma College of Law
Kenton Brice is the Director of Technology Innovation at the University of Oklahoma College of Law. In his role, Kenton directs the OU Law Center for Technology & Innovation in Practice and the College’s Digital Initiative. He teaches courses and workshops on legal research, technology in practice, and innovation at the College and multiple conferences. Through his efforts, OU Law is the first and only law school in the world to receive the Apple Distinguished School award and Kenton is a 2018 inductee into the Fastcase 50.
Prior to his current role, Kenton practiced with a small firm in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex, where he received honors as the Texas Appellate Lawyer of the Week and inducted into the Texas Bar Pro Bono College.
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