Corporate Counsel Technology Institute Names New CCTI Fellow
Web Editor - Published: July 6, 2010
Widener Law’s Corporate Counsel Technology Institute recently named 3rd year law student Joo Kim the recipient of a new CCTI Fellowship. The CCTI Fellowship is awarded to a student who demonstrates exemplary interest in the use of technology in the practice of the law.

Joo Kim is from Cherry Hill, New Jersey. He graduated from Rutgers University with a dual degree in Criminal Justice and Sociology. A member of the Richard K. Herrmann Technology Inn of Court, Kim also serves as an extern in a program sponsored by the DuPont Company.

The Corporate Counsel Technology Institute offers instruction in applied legal technology to professional corporate counsel as well as to Widener Law students and faculty. The Directors of the Corporate Counsel Technology Institute include Richard K. Herrmann, a Partner at Morris and James and a Widener Law visiting professor; Thomas J. Russo, the President of doeLegal; and Chris Mourse, Director, eDiscovery, Forensics, Data Collection and Analytics at doeLegal.

The Richard K. Herrmann Technology Inn of Court met for the first time on the evening of September 14th, 2009 on the Widener Law Delaware campus. American Inns of Court consist of judges and lawyers who meet monthly to discuss and develop legal skills and ethics in an effort to improve professionalism. The purpose of the Richard H. Herrmann Technology Inn of Court is to keep the legal community informed about developing technology and its impact on the legal profession, particularly as it relates to electronic discovery.