Conference for Law School Computing

For more information, visit the Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction at www.cali.org.

From June 24-26, Law school IT professionals, educational technologists, librarians, faculty and others met at Rutgers School of Law at Rutgers University’s Camden campus for the annual CALI Conference on Law School Computing.

The theme this year was Reboot Legal Education. Conference presenters focused on areas such as e-books, online learning, digitization and open access.  Tom Bruce of the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University gave the opening keynote entitled: The Earl of Kent, Or How To Bother, where he focused on getting leaders and administrators to focus and provide services to students and faculty. Bruce encouraged all members of the legal education community to work together, rather than work for the individual.

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