Unfortunately, our recording software experienced technical difficulties during last week's webinar/preview of the newly designed CALI site.
For those of you who were waiting on the recording, we apologize.
We promise to give you plenty of chances to get a look at the new CALI website in the near future. Keep an eye on our Twitter, Facebook, or this blog for more announcements about the new site and other CALI news.
For those of you registered to attend the CALI Conference (or not...there's still time to register) don't forget to sign up to attend the conference plenary dinner.
This year we'll be outside offering barbecue and other classic picnic-style food. And it's all included in your registration.
This Friday, June 12 at 3:00 EST, webinar attendees will get a sneak peak of CALI's newly designed website.
Elmer Masters, our Director of Internet Development, will preview some of the new look and features of CALI's newly designed website.
And for those of you interested in what webinar topics we will cover after the conference, we're giving anyone who is interested a chance to vote and give feedback on potential subjects before we decide!
As spring semester grades start to come back to students, CALI congratulates all of the CALI Award winners this semester.
We would also like to invite the winners to join the CALI Award Winners LinkedIn Group. When you do, you get a little CALI Award badge that you can display on your LinkedIn profile:
John Mayer took part in a recent presentation about A2J Author along with some of the Access to Justice folks.
Gene Koo, a Berkman Fellow who worked with CALI for the past couple of years, will be moving on to bigger and better things at the end of the month, and his new job may be of interest to CALI member schools. Here's his message to you:
Video of today's webinar, a preview of the CALI Conference, is now available online. You can find it here:
If you're already registered for the conference, are still considering attending, or need more reasons to give your boss to convince her to let you go you should register for this webinar:
If you missed it, there was a recent article on our friend Ron Staudt, Director of the Center for Access to Justice for whom CALI developed A2J Author.
For those of you interested in learning more about A2J, Professor Staudt also recently wrote an article for ABA Practice Management about about the use of technology to further legal aid initiatives with a short section on A2J here: