I am very excited to announce that I will be starting a fellowship at Stanford Law School in June. The fellowship will be with the Center on the Legal Profession. I am putting together a plan for the work I want to accomplish while I have this fellowship and access to the awesome resources at Stanford. Online delivery of legal services and increasing access to justice with technology will continue to be the focus of my work, but I have some more exploring and thinking to do before nailing down the goals I want to achieve while working there.
Last year, I wrote a post about exploring minimalism, downsizing, and moving to a smaller home. Last week I moved again, this time across the country from North Carolina to the Bay Area in California. I’ve worked with legal tech startups for the past several years so it will be great to have the ability to now meet with many of them in-person rather than via video conferencing which is how I have been doing most of my advising. I’m looking forward to learning more about Stanford, Palo Alto, and the Bay Area over the next year. I’ll continue to teach online courses for the Center for Law Practice Technology, to work with the team to build out Curo Legal, and to develop the games for legal services projects.