Alumni Short

Cornell Law School Alumni Reception in Boston


Date:
Thursday, May 9, 2019
Time:
6:00PM-8:30PM
Location:
Boston, MA
Contact:
Alumni Affairs

You are cordially invited to the Cornell Law School Boston Alumni Reception
 
“AI, Legal Education, and the Law”

Presented by: Matthew D'Amore, BS '91, Associate Dean, Cornell Tech and Professor of the Practice, Cornell Tech, Cornell Law School
Advances in legal technology are making waves through the legal industry. Just as Lexis and Westlaw transformed legal research (and law firm libraries) over the past 20 years, artificial intelligence tools threaten to disrupt virtually every other area of the business and practice of law. These transformations have been suggested many times over; are they finally here? If so, how do we help prepare law students to practice in a radically changing market? No law school has the answer, in part because the disruption is still taking shape. Professor D’Amore will review some of the proposed approaches, discuss how law schools (and Cornell) are adapting, and, hopefully, get the benefit of your insights and views based on your practice.
 
Professor D'Amore will also give a brief update on the Cornell Tech Campus.
 
Thursday, May 9, 2019
6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Reception to include hors d’oeuvres, beer, wine, soda, and water.
Remarks at 7:00 PM
 
Goodwin Procter
100 Northern Avenue
17th Floor
Boston, MA 02210
 
Cost: $20 per person
 
Please register here or via phone by calling the Alumni Affairs Office at 607.255.5251
by Wednesday, May 1.
 
See Who's Coming
 

Matthew D’Amore, BS ’91
Associate Dean, Cornell Tech
Professor of the Practice, Cornell Tech, Cornell Law School

 
Matthew D’Amore is a Professor of Practice at Cornell Tech and in the Law School at Cornell University, and currently serves as an Associate Dean at Cornell Tech. Professor D’Amore comes to Cornell after a 20-year career at the international law firm of Morrison & Foerster, where he represented high technology and life sciences clients in the resolution of complex intellectual property disputes and in licensing matters. In addition to his work for technology clients, Professor D’Amore has been recognized for his pro bono work in impact cases for children denied special education services and for citizens deprived of the right to vote, and has served as an adjunct professor at Cornell Law School. Now at Cornell Tech, Professor D’Amore brings his legal industry experience to the Cornell Tech community, teaching Technology Transactions and Trade Secret Law and Practice.
 
Professor D’Amore received his B.S., with distinction, from the Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, in biology and society, and his J.D. from Yale Law School.