Tag Archives: CALI

New Online Group for Those Who Teach Technology to Law Students

A new online group for those who teach technology to law students, called Teaching Technology to Law Students Special Interest Group, is being hosted by CALI. HT @johnpmayer

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AALL Hackathon 2014: Some results

Results of at least two projects from the American Association of Law Libraries’ Hackathon 2014 have been posted: PROXYsearch, developed by Eve Ross and colleagues: Description: a single search template for the South Carolina Judicial Department’s website Code: https://github.com/PROXYsearch/PROXYsearch Wiki: … Continue reading

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July 12: AALL Hackathon: Building the Information Future, San Antonio

American Association of Law Libraries’ (AALL) Hackathon: Building the Information Future, is being held 12 July 2014 in San Antonio, Texas, USA. Datasets, project ideas, and discussion regarding the event are available at: Law Librarians Hack the Law. The Twitter … Continue reading

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Glassmeyer: CALI partners with law schools to build online tools for low-income litigants

Sarah Glassmeyer, JD, MLS, of CALI has posted Law Schools Team Up with CALI to Harness Skills of Law Students, Develop Online Tools for Low-Income Litigants, at the CALI Blog. The post contains a press release, which begins: The Center … Continue reading

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Masters: CALI Legal Topics Expressed as a Hierarchical Drupal Taxonomy

Elmer Masters, JD, MLIS, of CALI has posted an image of the CALI legal topics subject list as a hierarchical Drupal taxonomy. Click here for other resources on legal knowledge representation. HT @emasters

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Masters on CourtCloud: A New Repository for Court Opinions

Elmer Masters of CALI introduced a new technology called CourtCloud today in a presentation at LVI 2012: Law via the Internet Conference. Here is a description of CourtCloud from the service’s Website: CourtCloud is a repository for court opinions. Only … Continue reading

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Mayer: A Proposal for Nonmarket Social Production of Legal Casebooks

John Mayer of CALI: The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, has posted How Law Schools Could Save Students $150 Million (updated), on CALI Spotlight Blog. In this post Mr. Mayer proposes a cooperative project to create a set of 100 … Continue reading

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