Working with Law Schools

Working with Law Schools

Neota Logic collaborates with law schools to present courses in which students learn how to create software applications that “think like lawyers” to conduct analysis, provide guidance, generate documents, and facilitate interaction between clients and lawyers.

As students gain hands-on experience building applications, they simultaneously learn traditional legal skills and how to serve the 21st-century needs of clients—all while promoting access to justice.

Our current law school partners include Georgetown University, Cornell University, and Melbourne University.

In the course, students commonly work in small teams work with a not-for-profit organization as a client. They design and build real-world applications that help the organization fulfill its mission, some for internal use, others for use by the organization’s own clients.

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University Programs

Law school deans talking about the course

Georgetown University

Melbourne University

University of Technology Sydney

"Every student should be required to take this course."
Law School Student
"This course has made me much more excited about my career."
Law School Student
"My Neota Logic course was the best course I’ve taken in law school, by far."
Law School Student
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Just some of the educational establishments benefiting from Neota Logic