The stories are legendary – of great tech companies from HP to Google starting in garages.
The theme for this year’s conference is "Some Assembly Required."
We are constructing our future, here in the present. We have many excellent technologies, but figuring out how to use them to serve the educational, scholarly, professional and public service missions of law school is an ongoing challenge. This year’s theme is a double entendre meant to explicitly evoke that our future is not pre-packaged or purchased from a vendor – some assembly is required to make the pieces fit into our institutional cultures. (Read More...)
Because of technological, economic, and market pressures, the way we practice law is rapidly evolving. Law students, are you prepared for these changes in law practice? Law faculty, are you preparing your students? CALI is offering a FREE nine-week online course on Topics in Digital Law Practice to help address these issues starting Friday, February 10, 2012 at 2pm ET.
Here’s a more detailed FAQ on the new CALI Lesson resume feature.
If you’re attending the AALS Annual Meeting in Washington, DC, join us Friday morning for breakfast and a brief presentation about CALI’s work in electronic casebooks, new online teaching tools, technology to integrate practice into teaching, and other innovations in legal education and access to justice.
To reserve your place at the breakfast, please RSVP by December 28, 2011.
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Recently, the Colorado Supreme Court posted a proposal for adding public domain citations to Colorado case law. As part of the proposal, they asked for comments from the public. CALI submitted a response – which includes some suggestions for changes to the proposal – that appears below.
CALI is extending the deadline for the Administrative Law Fellowship to Friday, January 13, 2012. Details about the Fellowship are here.
The air is getting crisp, Starbucks changed from their white to red cups and law students are running around in a frenzy trying to get ready for their fall finals. Yes, it truly is the most wonderful time of the year.
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS FOR THE CALI BOARD OF DIRECTORS
CALI Lessons are created using CALI Author, a software that faculty and staff at member schools can use freely. We just released CALI Author 4.1.8. CALI Author's AutoPublish feature lets you customize an existing CALI Lesson or create your own original, self-publish your creation, share it with your students, and track its usage. Read about AutoPublish improvements.