Baker & Hostetler is assisting Georgia Law School in creating a legal engineering based course

As the legal industry struggles with rapid technological changes, Am Law 100 law firm Baker & Hostetler has partnered with a Georgia law school to offer a legal technology course designed to give the school’s graduates a competitive edge.

And through the partnership, Baker & Hostetler gains a better understanding of how to bring these legal technology skills to its own workforce. The Ohio-based national law firm, which has about 100 in Atlanta, partnered with Georgia State University’s College of Law earlier this year to create one of the first legal procedural engineering courses in the country, focusing on the use of available technology in law enforcement of the legal profession.