Law Student Ninh Using Technology to ‘Disrupt’ Delivery of Services
Third-year law student Andy Ninh is starting a revolution in the legal field. The law student is part of the MSU College of Law’s Reinvent Law program, which pairs theory and discipline with market research, product testing, and research and development.
The ReInvent Law Laboratory at Michigan State Law—created in spring 2012 by Professors Renee Newman Knake and Daniel Martin Katz—is devoted to technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship in legal services. The project has spawned new courses in e-discovery, quantitative methods for lawyers, professional ethics and technology, and entrepreneurial lawyering, as well as a London study abroad program that exposes students to deregulation and innovation in the U.K. legal market.
An entrepreneur at heart, Ninh is exploring new ways to use augmented reality technology to better deliver affordable and accessible legal services to the public.
– from the MSU Grad Factor