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Law & Technology Certificate Program Information


Law & Technology Certificate


NCCU Law is strongly committed to preparing students for the increasingly technology-driven legal industry. The Law & Technology Certificate recognizes successful completion of a focused course of technology and law study. Students who earn this Certificate will have completed classes and assignments that will ensure that the student has (1) developed competence in the area of law practice technology/legal technology and has (2) studied a broad range of law of technology/technology law subjects and engaged in an in-depth study in one or more technology law subjects.


Graduating Class of 2024 Law & Technology Certificate Graduates

To obtain the LTC, students must do the following:

  • Register their intent to earn the Law & Technology Certificate (link at the bottom of the page)
  • Take Legal Technology, Equity & Leadership (2)
  • Take Law Office Practice Technology (3) or Law Practice Technology (2) 
  • Satisfy Legal Tech Experiential Course Requirement (simulation course, law tech externship, or law tech clinic) (3)
  • Complete of at least two 2-3 hour technology law electives 
  • Complete at least 25 legal tech-related pro bono hours by April 1 of the student's graduation year.

Eligibility: Rising 2Ls and rising 3LEs may register their intent to earn the Law & Technology Certificate after receiving spring grades and must satisfy the following requirements:

  • Have a 2.34 GPA or above
  • Have an updated resume*
  • Have an updated employment cover letter*
  • Have an updated LinkedIn page
  • Attend or review the recording of the Professionalism Session (May 6, 2024) (60 minutes)
  • Attend or review the recording of the LTC Pro Bono Requirement Meeting (May 24, 2024) (23 minutes)

*Please review the Legal Tech Career Development Information Page on this Libguide and contact the NCCU Law Office of Career Services and Professional Development for resume and cover letter review and assistance.


Register Intent: Students can register their intent using the Law & Technology Certificate Intent Form.