Symposium on Justice, Lawyering and Legal Education in the Digital Age - Session 1

John Mayer, CALI
Ron Staudt, Chicago-Kent College of Law
Tanina Rostain, Georgetown University Law Center
Roger Skalbeck, Georgetown Law Library
Judith Wegner, University of North Carolina School of Law
Sunrise Ayers, Idaho Legal Aid Services

This year's conference includes a special bonus.  We are co-hosting with Chicago-Kent College of Law a symposium on one of the hottest topics in legal education.  Speakers will make presentations on:

  • Gaming the System: Approaching 100% Access to Legal Services through Online Gamest
  • Access to Justice Clinics
  • Teaching Law Practice Management in Law Schools: A New Paradigm.
  • Document Automation as a Civil Liberty
  • Teaching Law and Digital Age Law Practice with an AI and Law Seminar
  • The Law School as Knowledge Center in the Digital Age
  • Reflections on the Future of Legal Education and on the Importance of Digital Expertise
  • Teaching Legal Skills in a Synchronous Virtual Space: A Liberating Alternative to the Traditional Classroom

In addition, CALI's A2J Clinical Course Project Faculty will talk about the development of automated law practice clinics using A2J Author®.  Symposium sessions will be integrated into the conference agenda as a special track.

Schedule info

Time slot: 
15 June 09:00 - 10:00
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