As we work to put the final touches on the first redesign of the CALI website in over 5 years we want to make sure that everything works and that all of the features you count on are working properly. Over the course of this week it became apparent that everything wouldn’t be ready in time to launch the new website on June 2 & 3 as planned. Rather than going ahead with a site that we knew wasn’t quite ready we made the difficult decision to push back the launch of the redesigned website to June 11 & 12, 2014.
The wait is almost over….CALI will be revealing a new design to our website on TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 2014.
It’s more than just a facelift, although we think the new design is rather pretty. (Check out the screenshots below for a sneak peek.) There are going to be some great new features with the website, including:
One of the more controversial suggestions in legal education reform is the idea that law students should learn computer programming. Critics wonder what possible use this could have. Are future lawyers going to have to build their own tools? Is it only useful for students preparing for a career with a legal product developer?
A new semester means a new opportunity to use CALI to help with your classes – whether you are a professor or a law student! Next week our Director of Community Development, Sarah Glassmeyer, will be hosting two 20 minute webinars that will explain everything you need to know to start using CALI.
The descriptions for both read: