Courses and Programs

With the power of the internet the information can be easily shared and exchanged online. Internet offers a lot of valuable information to keep pace with LegalTech fundations and latest trends. Some of the courses could also be attended in old fashioned manner. It is up to you to decide in which direction you would like to expand your curiosity (e.g. LegalTech product development, technology driving LegalTech, regulation of LegalTech, etc.). Combining courses and programs with LegalTech events could be valuable source of information. Below list is constantly evolving and being updated. 

HarvardX: CS50 for LawyersLegal TechnologyCS50 is a basic introduction to computer science created for lawyers. Sometimes tasks are quite challenging, however after completing this course students will look at law from different more engineering engle.
Stanford EDU: Code in PlaceComputer Science This Stanford course was prepared as a response to COVID-19 pandemic and offered basic understanding of computer science. Students can sign in for future offerings. Preview of the previous courses can be accessed here.
Udemy: Technology and Innovation for Legal ProfessionalsLegal Technology This Udemy course provides basics of LegalTech and Legal Innovation. It will give students good foundations for diving deeper into LegalTech.
Coursera: Legal Tech and the Digital Transformation of LawLegal InnovationThe goal of this course is to give students broad overview of the main trends that are affecting the legal industry (e.g. LegalTech market and application of the technology in law, artificial intelligence, blockchain technology, etc.). The course is held in Spanish language, however it offers English subtitles.
Coding the LawLegal Technology A self-guided LegalTech adventure for folks with or without prior coding experience. It has plenty of videos and reading material.
Solidity Path: Beginner to Intermediate Smart ContractsLegal Technology CryptoZombies is an open-source, interactive code school that teaches you to build games on Ethereum. The course is designed for beginners to Solidity (starts off with the absolute basics). So if you’ve never coded with Solidity before, don’t worry — we’ll walk you through step by step.
Coursera: Legal Tech & StartupsEntrepreneurshipThe course explains the key market trends that students will encounter and will provide with a handy practical toolbox. The course features interviews with industry professionals as well as very motivating and interesting lectures that will help students open their mind and better understand everything in the course.
Stanford Online: Computer Science 101Computer Science This Stanford course teaches the essential ideas of Computer Science for a zero-prior-experience audience. Computers can appear very complicated, but in reality, computers work within just a few, simple patterns. CS101 demystifies and brings those patterns to life, which is useful for anyone using computers today
Coursera: Computational Thinking for Problem SolvingComputer Science In this course student will learn about the pillars of computational thinking, how computer scientists develop and analyze algorithms, and how solutions can be realized on a computer using the Python programming language. By the end of the course, you will be able to develop an algorithm and express it to the computer by writing a simple Python program.
Law Firm Autopilot Legal Innovation Law Firm Autopilot offers different LegalTech workshops and on-line events to facilitate delivery of legal services and optimize lawyers work.
Legal Analytics CourseLegal AnalyticsLegal Analytics Course aggregate comprehensive information on information analytics with purpose to understand the process of extracting actionable knowledge from data, to distinguish themselves in legal proceedings involving data or analysis.
Legal Creatives AcademyLegal Innovation Legal Creatives programs are designed to empower legal professionals to make bold proposals, grow their business and expand their influence
Legal Creatives: Legal Design SchoolLegal DesignThe Legal Design School is a global platform dedicated to bridging the gap between law, organizations and society. It does this by using design philosophies and technology.
Legal Problem SolvingLegal Design Legal Problem Solving (LPS) is a Vanderbilt Law School course in which students use modern methods to design creative solutions to 21st century legal services delivery problems. LPS is part of Vanderbilt’s Program on Law and Innovation.
Legal Project ManagementProduct ManagementThe Institute provides an educational pathway for a fast insight into the basics of  Legal Project Management (LPM) terminology, structure and approach.
Suffolk University: Legal Tech CertificateLegal Technology Suffolk University Law School’s Legal Innovation & Technology Certificate program aim is to prepare students to deliver legal services more effectively and efficiently in a rapidly changing marketplace.
Singapore Academy of LawLegal DesignThis course objective is to introduce legal professionals the methodology of design thinking to empower them to approach challenging legal situations with confidence.
Sweet Legal Tech AcademyLegal Technology This Italian organisation offers courses and many free resources for practical application of technology in legal industry.
Teaching Technology to Law Students Special Interest GroupLegal Technology The web page lists different courses on many Legal Technology related topics (e.g. technology and the practice of law, coding the law, delivering legal services, etc.).
Udemy: Legal Document Automation with DocassembleDocument AutomationDocassemble itself is a free, open-source expert system for guided interviews and document assembly. This course  will teach students how to produce interviews and how answers are variables that can be incorporated into the text of questions or documents.
Udemy: Legal Technology & Efficiency – A Paralegal Skills CourseLegal TechnologyThis course describes the important role of technology, applications, and software in the efficient operation of a law office or law department. It also illustrates how the right approach to these legal tech tools can enable law practitioners to optimize their use of time, complete tasks and matters faster, and successfully manage busy caseloads and matter dockets. While not intended to be a step-by-step tutorial, it does include comprehensive coverage of legal technologies and apps along with examples, illustrations, and tips for improving or charting out a plan for learning more.
Udemy: Application of Blockchain in Legal IndustryBlockchainBlockchain, with its tremendous potential, is now disrupting the legal industry in various areas such as land registry, smart contracts, chain of custody, litigation and settlements, and general financial transactions. Blockchain is widely used in the legal sector due to the wide range of ledger-based activities in the legal industry.  This course will help you analyze the impact of blockchain technology and decentralized payment systems on the legal economy.
Udemy: Legal Document Automation with AfterpatternDocument AutomationAfterpater is a no-code automation toolkit. In this course students will learn how to create legal apps and automate document templates that go beyond “find & replace.” Use conditional formatting to produce a wide range of final documents, each tailored to specific facts at hand. Users can generate templates and export them into PDFs, Microsoft Word documents, and even emails.
Udemy: Cyber Law AnalystCyber LawThis course covers various areas in securing against internet related offences. It covers important areas in electronic signature, UNCITRAL, attribution, acknowledgment and dispatch of electronic records, certifying authority, IPR protection, international organisation, COE, IT Act and judicial review.
Udemy: Interface of Artificial Intelligence & Intellectual PropertyLegal TechnologyAim of this Udemy course is to learn basics of AI related technology and its protection under Intellectual Property Law, about ownership & authorship of AI related inventions & work, and Principles of liability for loss caused by AI and limitation of liability. The course interprets intellectual property law on a comparative basis and analysis the jurisdictions of the European Union, United Kingdom, United States and India.
Udemy: Law and Emerging TechnologyLegal TechnologyThis Udemy course is mainly aimed at law students and covers different topics related to law and emerging technologies (E-commerce, online contracting, E-payments etc.). In this course students will learn about different subjects of law with a practical approach and with case laws for better understanding.
Udemy: Legal Document Automation using Gavel (formerly Documate)Document AutomationGavel is a document automation software that turns template documents and forms into intelligent workflows. You can use Gavel with three easy steps. 1) Add questions and label questions with variable names. The variable name identifies the question with a unique name, so you can use it to route data into your document. 2) Upload all the documents you want to populate. (documents can be .pdf or .docx.). 3) Run your Interview. In this Udemy course you will learn how to automate your legal documents with the help of Gavel.
Udemy: “E-Justice” – How find mistakes of algorithmic in LawsAccess to JusticeThe degree of “informatization” of modern society is constantly growing – the number of individual mobile devices that have access to the Internet is steadily increasing. In the context of jurisprudence, this leads to a constant increase in the demand from society for “wide access to Justice” and “e-Justice”. That is, the laws must be such that they can be carried out with the help of computers. The Procedure is algorithmic if the set of Actions included in the Procedure, their logical sequence, interconnection and consistency ensure the achievement of the result. Mistakes of algorithmic are: confused order of Actions, missing Actions, Dangling links, the Action time is not specified. This Udemy course, mainly aimed at legal engineers and business analysts will help you to learn how to find such mistakes, and therefore correct and improve the Laws.
Udemy: Document Automation with FormstackDocument AutomationFormstack- a document automation software, compliant with GDPR. Throughout the course, you will learn how to create and manage forms, collect data, and automate document workflows. Topics that will be covered include: Setting up a Formstack account and creating forms, Customizing form fields and design, Collecting data and integrating it with other tools, Automating document workflows using Formstack’s built-in features, Advanced Formstack features such as e-signatures and conditional logic, and Best practices for form design and data security.
Future Learn: Introduction to Innovation and Technology in Legal ServicesLegal TechnologyFrom AI voice assistants to self-driving cars, technological innovation is changing the way society operates. This revolution is not leaving the legal profession untouched, with tech transforming the way lawyers can deliver their services. On this course, you’ll discover the tools and ideas that are driving these big changes. You’ll study the principles of innovation and how tech disruption is affecting legal services, analysing AI and automation – what they mean and how they are changing the way lawyers do their jobs.
Future Learn: AI for Legal Professionals (I): Law and PolicyLegal TechnologyFrom self-driving cars to virtual voice assistants, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) has greatly increased in recent years. AI is making us question the way we think about society itself – and poses crucial legal, regulatory, ethical, and human rights challenges for lawyers and citizens alike. In this introductory course, you’ll explore what artificial intelligence is, evaluating its rationale and objectives, and how it can be regulated by law.  This includes discussing key topics such as compliance, privacy, governance, and the bias to be found in AI-powered systems. In this course, our educators will irregularly join the discussion with you, and, of course, at every step in this course, you are invited to share your ideas with us and other fellow learners.
Future Learn: AI for Legal Professionals (II): Law and PolicyLegal TechnologyThis course follows on from AI for Legal Professionals (I): Law and Policy.On this introductory course, you’ll explore common supervised and unsupervised machine learning problems, including classification, regression, clustering, and ranking. You’ll learn about the tools used by programmers to create code and collaborate, as well as receive training in the key programming language Python, and the basic artificial intelligence and machine learning tools available, such as Scikit-learn and Google’s TensorFlow.   
Alison: Copyright in MediaCopyrightsThis course begins with an overview of what software ownership is and talks about the GNU Project, its aims and objectives around copyright. You will learn about the concept of ‘intellectual property’, activities that are prohibited by copyright law and the importance of such laws. You will gain some insight into copyright and the media as the material analyzes examples of copyright use.This course is important for learners who want to have an understanding of copyright including voluntarily applying legal principles and ethical conduct related to information technology such as copyright, plagiarism, privacy, online etiquette and acceptable use of resources.
The Open University: Software and the LawLegal TechnologyIn this course you’ll look at the laws relevant to software and its use, taking a global perspective. A major part of this course is devoted to intellectual-property law, the issue of who owns software and digital content and how that ownership can be protected using instruments like copyright and patents. We also cover how contracts are used to formalise the relationship between purchasers and suppliers of software. Finally, we look at some of the laws that apply to information technology and software to ensure that organisations meet their responsibility of care towards employees, customers, and the general public.