No doubt about it, the legal system is inherently behind the times. Although more law schools are incorporating technology into their curriculum, given the rate technological innovation is increasing, that may not be enough for law students to get ahead in their careers.

This widespread contention is one of the driving forces behind a newly launched legal residency program, a joint venture between four top U.S. law schools—Emory University School of Law, the University of Miami School of Law, The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and Vanderbilt Law School—and UnitedLex Corp., a provider of legal outsourcing and business services, based in Overland Park, Kansas.

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