The International Justice Center for Postgraduate Development at Touro Law Center and Lexis have announced an arrangement by which lawyers in incubator and residence type programs will get a year’s free access to Lexis tools.
This is obviously good news for the lawyers who are working with and in these programs. It suggests that other content providers of all kinds should think of similar ways to help the incubator movement, which is spreading very fast.
Indeed, I understand that there are 160 people right now at the Incubator Conference in San Diego.
From looking at the impressive agenda for the conference, I am hopeful that it will help keep the incubator movement focused on access to justice, rather than serving the interests of law schools. I would hate to see the movement become focused on academics or legal jobs for their own sake. The focus on technology is particularly interesting.