Category Archives: CALI Announcements
The CALIcon19 theme is… PARADIGM SHIFT “A fundamental change in an individual’s or a society’s view of how things work in the world.” The way we think about legal education is changing and not just at the edges. The crash … Continue reading
The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction/CALI (a non-profit consortium of US Law Schools) announces a new, free website service… a2j.org and a2jauthor.org … for courts, law schools, non-profits and lawyers to create expert systems for pro se litigants to address the access to justice gap.
For Immediate Release Chicago, IL – December 10, 2018 – Today we announce the launch of a2j.org and a2jauthor.org. The “a2j” stands for Access To Justice. a2j.org is a brand new website where anyone in the world can host A2J … Continue reading
Help us shape the future of Legal Education The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) is seeking nominations of qualified and enthusiastic individuals from the legal education community to fill vacant positions on its Board of Directors. If you or … Continue reading
CALI Announces Katherine Alteneder, Executive Director at Self-Represented Litigation Network, as the CALIcon18 Conference Keynote Speaker
Keynote Session: How Do Lawyers Get Paid If Access to Justice is Free? KATHERINE ALTENEDER Executive Director at Self-Represented Litigation Network Keynote Session Description: The rise of the self-represented litigant has disrupted the civil justice system. Courts no longer rely … Continue reading
Be an advocate for legal education/technology. It’s not too late to submit your presentation abstract for CALIcon18.
Conference website at http://2018.calicon.org/ The theme for this year’s conference is… Engaging Law Students With Tech Kids born in 2000 are now entering college. Who are these people coming to law schools in 2018? How do we engage them? Time … Continue reading
Note: CHANGELOG is an occasional feature letting you know about changes to various CALI websites. It is mostly technical in nature but may include initial listing of new features and resources. Updates to www.cali.org added database tracking of downloads to CALI … Continue reading
We hope you’ve received an invite to attend CALIcon17, the 27th Annual CALI Conference for Law School Computing and you might be wondering, “is this worth my time?” Yes! Here’s why… Education & Learning: The education program will be a … Continue reading
I am attaching announcement for the CALI Civil Procedure Fellowship beginning in June 2017. Previously, we have conducted Fellowship projects in a number of subjects, including – Criminal Law, – Property, – Torts, – Business Organizations, – Remedies, – Copyright … Continue reading