The Bloggers

Rebecca has been interested in technology in the law since her days as a corporate bankruptcy attorney. She teaches legal research, legal writing, and legal technology, and frequently speaks on generative AI in the law.

Rebecca Fordon
Reference Librarian and adjunct professor

Sarah has served as a librarian for many years. She possesses a strong passion for sharing her insights through blog posts and is deeply committed to teaching legal research. Sarah is highly enthusiastic about the future of legal practice and legal education and previously worked as a reference library and professor of practice at the University of Arizona College of Law for 19 years.


Sean is a transplant from the beaches of sunny Southern California who is passionate about the intersection of law and technology.

Sean A. Harrington
Director of Technology innovation
University of Oklahoma College of law

Rebecca is an Assistant Teaching Professor of Law who specializes in AI and Disability Law. She has been working in the information technology space for the past 23 years, from tech support to running a law school technology department as part of my duties as the Assistant Dean for the Law Library. During law school, her interest shifted into the legal technology space. In her various roles in the academic law space over the last 13 years, she has worked to stay informed about legal technology and teach others about it.  As she’s moved from developing a Technology for Law Practice class to teaching AI and the Law, my interests and skills have evolved. For the past year, she has been researching, teaching, and speaking about AI and the law, as well as helping to develop policy on generative AI for the university.

rebecca rich
drexel university, kline school of law

With extensive expertise in legal technology, Jennifer has held positions at the UF Legal Information Center and UNT Dallas College of Law, where she pioneered the first Practice-Related Technology Requirement for J.D. candidates in the US. Professor Wondracek’s focus includes VR, 360 photography, generative AI, and technology competence in the legal field. A frequent speaker at conferences and CLE events, she was recognized as an ABA LTRC Women of Legal Tech Honoree and a Fastcase50 member in 2021.

jennifer wondracek
Director of the Law Library
Professor of Legal Research and Writing
Capital university law School

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