CALIcon14 Registration Now Open!


The day you’ve been waiting for is here…CALIcon14 Registration is now open!

The Conference for Law School Computing® is three days of legal education and technology fun.  We’re anticipating over 50 sessions in 5 tracks covering a wide range of topics related to theses areas.  We will also have two exciting plenary speakers:  Dorothea Salo of the University of Wisconsin and Jason Scott of the Internet Archive, Archive Team and

This year’s conference theme is “The Next Wave” and it will take place in Cambridge, Massachusetts at Harvard Law School on June 19-21, 2014.

To register for the conference, you will need to create a new username/password on the conference website even if you have an existing username. We have three levels of conference registration:

  1. Faculty/Staff of CALI member organizations
  2. Faculty/Staff/Employees of non-member organizations
  3. Sponsors of CALIcon

If you are not sure where you belong, a full listing of CALI member schools and organizations appears on our website.

You may notice some price changes when you register.  In recognition of the difficult economic times, we’ve lowered the price for most attendees by $100.  Speakers will now pay a $95 registration fee.  As always, 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches and an evening reception are included with registration.  We accept payment via check or credit card (processed via paypal.)

While you are registering, don’t forget to reserve your hotel room!   Hotels in Cambridge during the summer are a hot commodity and the hotels will only hold our block until  May 19, 23 and 28 (depending on hotel.)

At this writing, we already have over 30 sessions proposed.  There is also still time to propose a session!  A wide range of topics are appropriate and valuable to our attendees – so don’t be shy!  Let us know what you’ve been up to in legal and educational technology!

See you this June in Cambridge!  If you have any questions, please contact LaVonne Molde at LVMolde AT .


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