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Vote for the CALIcon14 Sessions You’d Like to See!

With over 90 sessions proposed and only 55 slots over 3 conference days a lot of tough decisions need to be made in assembling the agenda for CALIcon14. You can help by voting for the sessions you would like to … Continue reading

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CALIcon14 Registration Now Open!

The day you’ve been waiting for is here…CALIcon14 Registration is now open! The Conference for Law School Computing® is three days of legal education and technology fun.  We’re anticipating over 50 sessions in 5 tracks covering a wide range of … Continue reading

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CALIcon14 – CALL for Presentations and Information

CALL FOR SPEAKERS The 24th Annual Conference for Law School Computing Harvard Law School, Cambridge MA Thursday – Saturday June 19-21, 2014 Conference website at http://conference.cali.org/2014 The theme for this year’s conference is… THE NEXT WAVE CALI has been around … Continue reading

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Taking CALIcon13 Live to the Web Using YouTube Live Events, TeleStream Wirecast for YouTube, and Commodity Hardware

We were able to live stream the entire CALI conference on YouTube this year. A lot of folks have asked me about how we did this and that’s what this article is going to cover. Before I get into the … Continue reading

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2013 CALI Conference – Prime in More Ways Than One

The 23rd Conference for Law School Computing just concluded and it was a barn-burner.  I am the Executive Director of CALI, so I might be expected to say that, but as I am the only person to have attended all … Continue reading

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Law Schools as Knowledge Centers and Teaching A.I.

Our final CALI Spotlight preview highlights two articles. The first, written by Vern R. Walker et al explores what it would mean for law schools to be “knowledge centers.” In “Law Schools as Knowledge Centers in the Digital Age,” the … Continue reading

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Technology, Innovation and Law Practice at Georgetown

The Access to Justice Clinical Course Project launched in January at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools. During that AALS event in New Orleans, CALI® officially unveiled a panel of six participating law school clinics … Continue reading

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Access to Justice and Technology Clinics: A 4% solution

Ronald W. Staudt and Andrew P. Medeiros argue that law schools should add Access to Justice and Technology Clinics to their curricula. With “Access to Justice and Technology Clinics: A 4% solution,” Staudt and Medeiros detail Chicago-Kent’s Justice and Technology … Continue reading

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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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