The Conference for Law School Computing® – aka CALIcon – is the only conference that brings together law professors, IT professionals, law librarians and law school administrators to discuss technology and its impacts on legal education.
For more information about CALIcon, including registration, hotel and program news, please read on.
EDUCATION: The conference will deliver dozens of sessions with real people sharing real experiences creating, using, designing and implementing technology in support and practice of legal education. The latest topics and trends in legal education are grouped into 4 tracks:
Technology: Focus on industry innovations & future growth opportunities in the legal technology field.
Course Management: Focus on improving and building course strategies/tools needed by law faculty to manage and strengthen legal educational program(s) for maximum success.
Experiential Learning: Focus on the convergence of online and face-to-face educational models to develop the right blended learning applications in a legal education setting.
Case Studies: Focus on proven real-world legal education applications.
CONFERENCE FEES: We are please to announce that the 2016 conference fees has not increased.
- $295 for attendees from CALI member law schools
- $695 for attendees from non-CALI member institutions
- $95 for member presenter registration
- $195 for new voices presenter registration
- $495 for non-member presenter registration
HOTEL INFORMATION:There is a block of hotel rooms reserved for attendees / exhibitors at the Ritz-Carlton Atlanta. The hotel is a three-minute walk to the Georgia State University College of Law. We strongly recommend booking your hotel as soon as possible because the room block will sell out.
Group room rates are subject to applicable state and local taxes. (City: 4%, State: 4%, Occupancy: 8%) in effect at the time of check in.