Professor Edward L. Rubin of Vanderbilt University Law School has edited Legal Education in the Digital Age (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming in May 2012).
Here is the table of contents:
Part I. Creating Digital Teaching Materials:
1. The digital path of the law. Ronald K. L. Collins and David M. Skover
2. Open source and the reinvention of legal education. Matthew T. Bodie
3. Copyright and innovation in legal course materials. R. Anthony Reese
Part II. Teaching with Digital Course Materials:
4. Digital evolution in law school course books: trade-offs, opportunities and vigilance. Lawrence A. Cunningham
5. Smarter law school casebooks. John Palfrey
6. Law games: the importance of virtual worlds and video games for the future of legal education. Gregory Silverman
7. Law students and the new law library: an old paradigm. Penny Hazelton
Part III. Reforming the Curriculum through Digital Course Materials:
8. Law school 2.0: course books in the digital age. David Vladeck
9. The new course book and the new law school curriculum. Edward Rubin
10. Casebooks, learning theory and the need to manage uncertainty. Peggy Cooper Davis.