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NORMAN — Kenton Brice, director of technology innovation at the OU College of Law, has been selected as a member of OU’s Leadership Council class of 2021. The purpose of the council is to provide its members with leadership and professional development experiences that will enhance their future as leaders at the university.
During the eight-session leadership program, members gain access to campus speakers, interactive activities and networking opportunities. The start of the session has been postponed until January 2021 due to COVID-19.
“Kenton Brice’s leadership and scholarship have elevated the College of Law to become a national model for legal technology education,” said OU College of Law Interim Dean Katheleen Guzman. “He is not only an industry influencer and leader, representing OU Law on the national level, but a valuable educator and essential member of the OU Law community.”
Brice joined the OU College of Law in 2015 as the college’s first digital resources librarian. In 2017 he was promoted to director of technology innovation, where he leads OU Law’s technology efforts. With the launch of the OU Law Center for Technology and Innovation in Practice in 2017, Brice engages with academics, policymakers and industry experts to research and implement the practical use of technology in legal education.
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