Note: This is something new. CHANGELOG will be an occasional feature letting you know about changes to various CALI websites. It will be mostly technical in nature but will include initial listings of new features.
In preparation for the release of QuizWright the following updates were made to the CALI website:
I am attaching announcement for the CALI Civil Procedure Fellowship beginning in June 2017. Previously, we have conducted Fellowship projects in a number of subjects, including
– Criminal Law,
– Business Organizations,
– Copyright Law,
– Administrative Law,
– Family Law and
– Criminal Procedure.
Please share these announcements with faculty who may be interested in participating.
First, thanks to everyone from the legal education community who submitted sessions for CALIcon17, the 27th Annual CALI Conference for Law School Computing. After a flurry of submissions late last week we have 58 proposed sessions featuring 79 speakers. It’s going to be a great conference. We’re going to be reviewing the proposals over the next few weeks and speakers will be notified by May 3rd if their session(s) are accepted.
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
Arizona State University
Thursday – Friday
June 15 – 16, 2017
Conference website at http://2017.calicon.org/
The theme for this year’s conference is…
The Changing Rhythm of Legal Education
(Chicago, IL – January 5, 2017) At its Annual Members Meeting on
January 5, 2017, Jill Smith, Instructional Technology Librarian at Georgetown Law and
Michael Robak, Associate Law Library Director and Chief Technology Officer at
The University of Missouri-Kansas City were appointed to the Center for
Computer- Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) Board of Directors to fill the
vacancies by outgoing Board Members Professor William Henderson from