The CALI Conference at 22: All Grown Up

The 23rd annual CALI Conference on Law School Computing returned to its home base at ITT Chicago-Kent  School of Law last week. Like law school computing itself, the conference has matured in recent years. There were fewer sessions on doing things that “keep the trains running” and more on pedagogy, open access to law, and the […]

Are Academic Law Libraries Doomed?

This question was the subject of discussion at a much-anticipated session held during the CALI Conference last week. Professor James Milles of SUNY at Buffalo and I had begun a conversation on this question, which actually began as his assertion that they are doomed in a Facebook post he made during the AALS meeting this […]