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Kenton Brice

TECHSHOW 2023 BOARD

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 speaks at multiple conferences. In addition to these duties, Kenton is the project lead for the College’s Salesforce implementation. Through his efforts, OU Law is the first and only law school in North America to receive the Apple Distinguished School award and is has been listed as a Top 20 Most Innovative Law School multiple times.  Kenton is a 2018 inductee into the Fastcase 50 and is a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. 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.

My Sessions

Conversations on Designing Your Business

Grand GH

Have a conversation on evaluating tech solutions for your firm.

Saturday Workshops
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How to Improve Document Creation Workflows – And Why it Matters

Grand GI

Today 39 states require that all lawyers maintain an awareness of the benefits and risks of technology in their law practices. One area where lawyers use technology the most—but rarely consider the risks or opportunities—is document creation. In this session, we’ll discuss the duty of technology competence and bring it into the real world with […]

Sustain
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Re-Envisioning Attorney Roles in an AI-Empowered World

Grand GI

Will attorneys be replaced by intelligent machines? This session will debunk the myth that lawyers will be replaced by AI and discuss attorney control over adoption of AI tools. Additionally, this session will offer thoughts on transforming attorney roles when AI tools are sufficiently advanced to allow automation of more routine tasks in order to […]

Transform
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