Enduring Traditions, Emerging Challenges: Law in the 21st Century
Carolyn Lamm is an international arbitration, litigation, and trade lawyer. She is also president of the American Bar Association and is past president of the District of Columbia Bar Association. Beth Simone Noveck is the United States deputy chief technology officer and director of the White House Open Government Initiative. She is on leave as professor of law and director of the Institute for Information Law and Policy at New York Law School.
Our world is increasingly global and integrated in nature and new technologies become part of the fabric of life at an increasingly rapid rate. This will come as news to no one. Rapid change is the order of the day. But have you ever stopped to consider the implications for the rule and practice of law? To remain vital, the legal profession must be able to address today's concerns and anticipate tomorrow's issues. This week on dialogue host John Milewski discusses the practice of law in the 21st century with Carolyn Lamm, president of the American Bar Association, and Beth Simone Noveck, United States deputy chief technology officer and director of the White House Open Government Initiative.