Herbert Smith Freehills launches online digital law course for 1,000 students


Test yourself.

Herbert Smith Freehills today launched a free online digital law course to give up to 1,000 students a glimpse of how technology is transforming the role of lawyers.

The course, which requires no prior knowledge of technology or the law, consists of three one-hour interactive sessions that highlight the cutting-edge work that aspiring lawyers can expect to do in a law firm. leading international.

Attendees will hear the firm’s digital lawyers explain how emerging technologies such as blockchain and artificial intelligence are impacting the legal advice they give and the way they work. The course covers cutting-edge technologies, including cryptocurrencies, non-fungible tokens (NFT), connected and autonomous vehicles (CAV), and smart legal contracts.

Course registration opens today (October 4) [https://hsf.com/digital-law-course] and ends Wednesday October 20, with sessions taking place Tuesday evenings November 2, 9 and 16. Students taking the course also have the opportunity to gain a two-day work experience with the firm’s digital lawyers.

“Blockchain and artificial intelligence seem futuristic, but they are commonly used and advised by lawyers today. Understanding the profound impact these emerging technologies have on all businesses – law firms included – is a A must for any future lawyer. This course will give students a much needed practical understanding of how digital change is reshaping the practice of law. “said Alex Cravero, UK, US and EMEA Manager of the Digital Law Group at Herbert Smith Freehills .


Nancy I. Romero