CALICon 2010: The 20th Annual Conference for Law School Computing
CALICon 2010: The 20th Annual Conference for Law School Computing, will be held 24-26 June 2010, at the Rutgers-Camden School of Law in Camden, New Jersey, USA.
The conference is organized by CALI: The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction. The conference theme is “Reboot Legal Education.”
The 2010 CALICon Unconference / preconference / hackathon for law librarians, legal information providers, and legal IT personnel, on the topic of digital legal information in the law school context, will be held 23 June 2010, also at The Rutgers-Camden School of Law.
The Twitter hashtags for the events are #calicon10 and #calicon.
The official Twitter account for the conference is @rebootlegaled.
Click here to learn which programs will be Webcast.
Click here for the main conference program.
Click here for PDF versions of the main conference program.
For more information, please see the conference Website.
[This post was last updated 23 June 2010.]
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