Tuesday, March 26, 2013
Registration is now open for the 23d Annual Conference for Law School Computing to be held Thursday, June 13 through Saturday June 15 in Chicago at Chicago-Kent College of Law. The theme of this year's conference is "Driving Innovation":
Times are tough for legal education. We are in a crisis, but a politician (who now happens to be the Mayor of the city where this year's conference is being held) says that "every crisis is an opportunity." Can our crisis drive all kinds of innovation? New course structures, new tools and new content delivery models are driving innovation from pedagogy to practice, so come to Chicago in June to find out how you can drive innovation at your law school. At this conference, you will hear speakers from dozens of law schools talk about innovative projects, ideas and experience. There will be ample time between sessions for conversation and community-building.
CALI has issued a Call for Speakers to law faculty, librarians, and IT staff (April 5 deadline). Conference registration is free for all speakers. (Disclosure: I am Vice President of the CALI Board of Directors.)