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Pepperdine University School of Law

Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Lawdibles: $100 for 10-Minute Tax Recordings

Lawdibles_Page_1 The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) is offering $100 for 10-minute recordings on all areas of the law school curriculum, including tax:

Lawdibles are simple recordings of law professors speaking straightforwardly about an area of law for less than ten minutes — like answering a question during office hours.

We’ll give you a $100 stipend for each ten minute recording you create for the project. And don’t worry about the editing, we can take care of that. More details...

  • You must be a law professor at a U.S. CALI member law school to record a Lawdible.
  • You must get our explicit approval to record a Lawdible for CALI — email us informal proposals.
  • You simply record not more than ten minutes of material as if you’ve just been asked a specific question during office hours (we suggest you create a script).
  • We add the extras like intro, outro, and theme music; and we’ll edit out any problems if you stumble while you’re recording.
(Disclosure: I am Vice-President of the CALI Board of Directors.)

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To get the most out of ten minutes at any price, I wold want John Moschitta to do the recordings.

Posted by: Woody | Feb 4, 2010 8:47:27 AM