From the 2008 News Archive
School of Law to Host Law School Computing Conference, "Transforming Legal Education"
The University of Maryland School of Law will host the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instructionís (CALI) annual Conference for Law School Computing,
"Transforming Legal Education,"
from June 19-21.
More than 350 attendees from 125 law schools are expected to attend.
Professor Paul Maharg
of the University of Strathclyde School of Law in Scotland, and author of the recent book Transforming Legal Education
, will open the conference on June 19.
, author of Radical Evolution: The Promise and Peril of Enhancing Our Minds, Our Bodies, and What It Means to Be Human
will deliver a plenary address on Friday, June 20.
CALI advances global legal education through computer technology, employs research, collaboration, and leadership to assist a diverse audience in the effective use of this technology in legal education, and promotes access to justice through the use of computer technology.