The Corporate Counsel Technology Institute at the Widener School of Law announces a new Fellowship awarded to student from Cherry Hill, NJ for exemplary interest in the use of technology in the practice of law.
Wilmington, DE (PRWEB) June 24, 2010 -- The Corporate Counsel Technology Institute at the Widener University School of Law has selected Joo Kim, a third year law student, as the recipient of a CCTI Fellowship. Joo Kim is from Cherry Hill, New Jersey. He completed his undergraduate work at Rutgers University where he attained a dual degree in Criminal Justice and Sociology. Mr. Kim has demonstrated an exemplary interest in the use of technology in the practice of law. He is a member of Widener's Technology Inn of Court and serves as an Extern in a program sponsored by The DuPont Company.
The Corporate Counsel Technology Institute assists Widener in enhancing the Law School’s legal technology curriculum, as well as providing educational and consulting services to Corporate Law Departments, Law firms and The National Judicial College. In addition to Chris Mourse, the Directors of CCTI are Richard K. Herrmann, Partner at Morris James, and Thomas J. Russo, President of doeLegal.
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