Over the last year, artificial intelligence (AI) has made significant inroads into the legal practice. And as AI’s presence increases, law schools are beginning to consider what their relationship to such technologies could and should look like.

Daniel Rodriguez, dean of Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law, announced earlier this fall that he would be stepping down after 14 years at the post. Although Rodriguez will remain part of Northwestern’s full-time faculty, he is now also slated to join AI-based legal research company ROSS Intelligence in an advisory role to help the company build out its law school and access to justice initiatives.

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