The new issue of European Journal of Law and Technology (Volume 4, Number 1, 2013) is a special issue that contains several papers on legal educational technology, first presented at BILETA 2012: Conference of the British & Irish Legal Educational Technology Association, held 29-30 March 2012 in Newcastle, England, UK.
Here are the contents related to legal educational technology:
- Jonathan Bainbridge, Karen Counsell, Freda Grealy, Paul Maharg, Joel Mills, Rory O’Boyle: iPads in Legal Learning (iLEGALL): mobile devices in professional legal learning
- Wai Shun Chow & Firew Kebede Tiba: Professional Legal Education Reviews: Too Many “What”s, Too Few “How”s.
- Graeme Broadbent & Pamela Sellman: Images of Law and Legal Education: Law School websites and the provision of information
- Janice Ann Denoncourt: Using Film to Enhance Intellectual Property Law Education: Getting the Message Across
- Patricia McKellar & Steven Warburton: Developing an e-reader and e-publishing model for flexible and open learning on a distance learning LLB programme
- Antoinette Muntjewerff: CASE reading, structuring and analyzing decisions by judges
- Philip Leith & Cynthia Fellows: BAILII, Legal Education and Open Access to Law
- Emily Allbon: Too cool for (law) school? Using technology to engage students in legal skills
- Sandra Meredith: Critical review of referencing software when used with OSCOLA