Tag Archives: Legal educational technology

Igniting Law Teaching Conference: Videos, storify, tweets, and resources

“Igniting Law Teaching”: a TEDx-Styled Conference, was held 4 April 2014 at American University Washington College of Law, in Washington, DC, USA. The event is described as “a unique academic conference showcasing leading professors in teaching innovation.” Many of the … Continue reading

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Colbran and Gilding: MOOCs and the Rise of Online Legal Education

Professor Dr. Stephen Colbran of Central Queensland University and Dr. Anthony Gilding of La Trobe University have published MOOCs and the Rise of Online Legal Education, Journal of Legal Education, 63, 405-428 (2014). The article discusses undergraduate, graduate, and continuing … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: SPLeT 2014: Workshop on Semantic Processing of Legal Texts

A call for papers has been issued for SPLeT 2014: Workshop on Semantic Processing of Legal Texts, to be held 31 May 2014, Reykjavik, Iceland. The submission deadline has been extended to 23 February 2014. The workshop is being held … Continue reading

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Fors and Skoglund: A Pilot Study of Virtual Cases in Law Education

Professor Dr. Uno GH Fors and Åsa Skoglund of Stockholm University have published A pilot study of virtual cases in law education, European Journal of Law and Technology, 4(3) (2013). Here is the abstract: This study aimed to investigate the … Continue reading

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deLevie on Legal Technology and Legal Hacking

An interview with software developer and law student Alan deLevie of American University has been posted at LawLytics: Attorneys, Learn To Code (Part II): Interview With A ‘Legal Hacker’. Here are excerpts from the interview: [...] We ended Computer Science … Continue reading

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Poblet: Visualizing the Law: Crisis Mapping as an Open Tool for Legal Practice

Professor Marta Poblet of RMIT University has published Visualizing the law: crisis mapping as an open tool for legal practice, Journal of Open Access to Law, 1(1) (2013). Here is the abstract: Crisis mapping is a brand new field that … Continue reading

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Hagan: Redesign of Open Law Lab

Dr. Margaret Hagan of Stanford University has launched a redesigned version of Open Law Lab, “an initiative to design law: to make it more accessible, more usable, and more engaging.” The site highlights the topics of legal design process, visual … Continue reading

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Glassmeyer: List of law school innovation / technology centers and institutes

Sarah Glassmeyer, JD, MLS, of CALI, is gathering a list of law school innovation or technology centers and institutes, and requests input. Sarah writes: I’m sure, like me, you keep seeing press releases about new centers and institutes that law … Continue reading

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