• The Certificate in

    Law + Innovation

    Vanderbilt Law's Certificate program is the most comprehensive innovation curriculum available — and is the only US law school-based program designed specifically for leaders in legal innovation.

     

    A practical, interactive series of Immersion courses provide a compass for navigating the rapidly-changing legal landscape.

  • Earn the Certificate

    How: Take any six Immersion courses in the PoLI Institute Curriculum within a 36-month period and receive the Certificate in Law and Innovation from Vanderbilt Law School.

     

    Why: An intentional investment in meaningful professional development, the Certificate option provides a robust set of innovation tools proven through application across industries to facilitate change that creates value. Highly relevant and practical for those who seek to lead innovation in the legal profession.

    Certificate Benefits

    • Certificate in Law and Innovation is issued by Vanderbilt Law School
    • Receive a 10% savings on individual Immersion courses when earning the Certificate in Law and Innovation — simply register in advance for 3 or more Immersions to receive the discount
    • Receive priority registration in each Immersion course (enrollment is very limited)
    • Enjoy access to events created exclusively for holders of the Certificate
    • Receive a lifetime discount on all PoLI Institute programming
    • Enjoy access to the PoLI Forum (a virtual forum for PoLI Institute cohorts)

    How to Enroll

    Enrollment in the Certificate in Law and Innovation curriculum is accepted on a rolling basis.

    Please complete the form below if you would like more information about enrolling in the full six-Immersion curriculum, to earn the Certificate and receive Certificate benefits including a discount on individual Immersion courses and access to Certificate program-only events.

     

    For more information, you may also contact Cat Moon, Director of the PoLI Institute, directly at c.moon@vanderbilt.edu or 615-322-6591.