Category Archives: A2J

Thinking like a lawyer, designing like an architect: preparing students for the 21st century practice

Thinking like a lawyer, designing like an architect: preparing students for the 21st century practice Tanina Rostain, Roger Skalbeck, and Kevin G. Mulcahy suggest that building legal expert system apps furthers pedagogic goals associated with traditional law school curriculum and … Continue reading

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Developing an E-Curriculum: Reflections on the Future of Legal Education and on the Importance of Digital Expertise

Oliver R. Goodenough recognizes that law schools can attract more students by adding to the value of traditional legal education. Simply put, as the market for legal services contracts, modern students desire to learn not only a set of policy, … Continue reading

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The Teaching of Law Practice Management and Technology in Law Schools: A New Paradigm – Stephanie Kimbro and Richard S. Granat

With “The Teaching of Law Practice Management and Technology in Law Schools: A New Paradigm” 88 CHI.-KENT L. REV. 757 (2013) (forthcoming), Richard S. Granat and Stephanie Kimbro analyze a deficiency in one area of traditional law school curricula and … Continue reading

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Mr Mayer Goes to Washington

On April 16, 2013, The White House and The Legal Services Corporation co-hosted an event titled “A White House Forum on Increasing Access to Justice.” CALI’s Executive Director John Mayer attended the event and spoke on a panel that discussed … Continue reading

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CALI’s A2J Author Used to Assist Victims of Identity Theft

From a Press Release by the National Identity Theft Victims Assistance Network (NITVAN): 8.3 million Americans become identity theft victims each year. Legal resources available to identity theft victims are limited. To help respond to the need, the National Identity … Continue reading

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