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 impact of change on legal practice and legal education. I thought this iteration of the conference was among the very best, and it was my 21st! For a more informative take on it, see John Mayer’s post at the CALI Spotlight Blog. John is the Executive Director of CALI. (Yes, the title says 22: that is age in years, which for a regular annual event is always one fewer than instances of the event.)

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