Technology is a tool that will help enrich the learning experience

Technology is quickly assuming a greater role in the practice of law. Cumberland School of Law students gain practical experience through access to state-of-the-art facilities:

  • Technology Murfee CourtroomThe Trial Courtroom is equipped with smart boards for presentation, a computerized projection and sound system, digital video, and a plasma television. 
  • All classrooms have a SMART board or SMART Sympodium.
  • The Hare, Wynn, Newell & Newton Advanced Trial Advocacy Courtroom is updated to reflect the technology available in courtrooms across the country. 

Additionally, the Advanced Trial Advocacy course includes database and internet access at each counsel table, as well as delivers special instruction in reproducing evidence with three-dimensional digital presenters, video, and DVD reenactments. Digital video is used to critique and polish courtroom skills.

The wireless network service provides laptop users with fast and convenient access to e-mail and web-based services from anywhere on campus.

Judge John Carroll, Dean of Cumberland School of Law, is a reporter to the Electronic Discovery Project of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws which is seeking to draft model electronic discovery rules for use by state courts. For more information read Judge Carroll’s Bio.


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