NMR&S Center on Professionalism
NMR&S Center on Professionalism
NMR&S Center on Professionalism
NMR&S Center on Professionalism

Tech Lab

The Center offers technical instruction and funding for lawyers and law students interested in collaborating to design and author substantive legal software, such as self-help software for unrepresented parties, educational games, and legal expert systems. Student participants are eligible for two credits of supervised legal research and a completed project satisfies the skills requirement for graduation. Graduate project leaders are eligible for the Claude Mood Scarborough Fellowship.

Application requirements:

Applications for project support are accepted throughout the year. For more information, contact Elizabeth Chambliss at echambli@law.sc.edu.

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