There’s lots of great learning and social opportunities as CALIcon, but you also get the chance to win [cue game show announcer's voice] lots of FABULOUS PRIZES. iPads, Raspberry Pis, Chromebooks, giftcards…there is a veritable cornucopia of gifts for you to win! So now you’re probably wondering, “SARAH! HOW DO I GET IN ON THIS FABULOUS ACTION?”
Actually, you probably didn’t yell it because I’m sure you were raised right.
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 the use of technology to assist pro bono and
LessonLink is a CALI tool that allows faculty members to view student scores, completion rates and usage of CALI Lessons.
Faculty developing course kits that will be offered to all 200+ CALI member schools
CHICAGO–December 27, 2012 – The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI®) will announce at the annual meeting of the American Association of Law Schools in New Orleans on January 6, 2013 that they have reached agreements with faculty members from six law schools to develop course kits as part of the Access to Justice Clinical Course Project (A2J Clinic Project).
There are few “down” times in the CALIverse, but the Christmas through New Year holiday break is one of them. I use the time to do updates and upgrades and installs that would be disruptive at other times of the year. I also use the quiet stretches to try out new things. One of the new things I took a shot at this break is building a PirateBox. A PirateBox is:
If you’re attending the AALS Annual Meeting in New Orleans, join us Sunday morning for breakfast and a short presentation on CALI’s projects in interactive legal education, e-casebooks, and practicum-based learning.
Sunday, January 6, 2013, 7:15-8:30 a.m.
River Room, 2nd Floor Riverside Building
Hilton New Orleans Riverside