The PoLI Institute at Vanderbilt Law's original mission was to create an immersive learning experience with a focused mission to provide a compass for navigating legal innovation. We do this by teaching both the theory and practical skills required to thrive in the evolving legal landscape. And connecting you directly to a cohort of legal professionals who are making real change happen across the legal industry.
Announcing the NewLaw Accelerator!
With the NewLawAcclerator program, we're focusing on fast-tracking training in the areas most fundamental to innovation in this liminal period, as we emerge from a global pandemic into whatever comes next. NewLaw Accelerator immersions will be offered virtually, with a combination of asynchronous work and synchronous facilitated, collaborative cohort sessions. Enrollment is limited to create conditions for synergy and dialogue among a max of 12 participants per session. The first NewLaw Accelerator session is Process Design + Improvement and happens virtually on March 28 and April 4, 2022. Learn more here.
About the PoLI Institute. The PoLI Institute represents a natural evolution of Vanderbilt Law's Program on Law and Innovation (PoLI), launched in 2015 under the leadership and vision of Dean Chris Guthrie. PoLI's mission is to equip Vanderbilt students with the modern skills and tools to navigate an ever-rapidly changing legal landscape — and position them to lead this change.
With the NewLaw Accelerator at the PoLI Institute, we're expanding the scope of the PoLI curriculum and bringing it to practicing legal professionals.
Enroll in the NewLaw Accelerator!
Open soon for registration: Process Design + Improvement for NewLaw
March 28 and April 4, 2022 :: Virtual
Process design and continuous process improvement are core NewLaw competencies. Regardless of your role or your organization's size, this immersion delivers core process design and improvement skills to empower delivery of high-impact results. Completion of the immersion also qualifies you for certification as a Legal Process Improvement Professional via the Institute of Legal Project Management, the only certification program of its kind recognized globally.
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