Today's guest is Dan Linna, Senior Lecturer and Director of Law and Technology Initiatives at Northwestern, a joint appointment in Northwestern Pritzker School of Law and McCormick School of Engineering. He also holds a number of roles at international law schools, and organizations that promote the integration of technology into the profession.

Dan began his career as an information technology manager, developer, and consultant. His work included computerizing and automating business processes, developing dynamic, data-driven websites, and building enterprise information systems. Before moving full time into teaching, Dan was a business, contract, and bankruptcy litigation partner at an Am Law 200 law firm.

Dan brings this multidisciplinary perspective to his thoughts on the industry, and how COVID will change the experience of law students, and the practice itself. Listen to this episode to learn how and why Dan moved from IT to the legal profession, how Dan brings multiple disciplines including law, engineering, and medicine together, and why he thinks quality is the next wave in legal.

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