Earn Your Law Degree in Being Ahead of the Curve
Being able to see the future before it happens isn’t a gift — it’s a skill you can master. With technology impacting the delivery of legal services at an unprecedented rate, Hofstra Law is not only keeping up with these changes but becoming a technology leader among U.S. law schools.
Law, Logic & Technology Research Laboratory
The Law, Logic & Technology Research Laboratory, also known as the LLT Lab, is dedicated to inventing and making available tools that make legal practice and legal education more effective and more efficient.
The lawyers of tomorrow, regardless of their practice area, will need to be proficient in legal technology. At Hofstra Law, we have recognized this need and have developed new courses in these emerging areas of legal technology.
- Computer Technology in Legal Practice
- Courtroom Technology and Advanced Advocacy
- E-Discovery Practice
- Fundamentals of Cybersecurity
- The Policy and Business of Cryptocurrencies
Top 10 School for Teaching the Technology of Practice
American Bar Association
Cybersecurity Innovation and Research Center
Hofstra Law students can access Hofstra's new, state-of-the-art Cybersecurity Innovation and Research Center. The Center is equipped with cutting-edge technology and simulation software to create hyper-realistic cyberattack scenarios.
Courtroom of the Future
Hofstra Law’s Weitz & Luxenberg Trial “Courtroom of the Future” allows students to experience contemporary trial practice. This includes software used in trials, digital presentation and preservation of evidence, and videoconferencing for off-site witnesses and experts.
This single-day educational and networking experience focused on the role of technology in the practice of law and the professional opportunities available to those with the skills and interest to engage with legal tech.
Summer Skills Institute
We partnered with leading legal consultants and content providers, DOAR and Hotshot, to create the Summer Skills Institute, a series of online training modules in legal technology, transactional law and litigation.
Legal Innovation Tournament
Law students were matched with legal experts in the areas of dispute resolution and access to justice, as well as Hofstra computer science students, to develop apps that help serve the underrepresented and change the face of dispute resolution.