Wednesday, February 08, 2012

CALI's "Topics in Digital Law Practice" Begins Friday

Looking forward to job interviews or your first job or internship in a "real practice" setting? Here's a great opportunity to learn--online, for free, and with no stress--about "the changes that are occurring in the practice of law today, especially with respect to technology."  CALI (Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction), the same folks who provide all those lessons and electronic texts, is offering a free online course, "Topics in Digital Law Practice," to be given as nine one-hour sessions on Friday afternoons beginning February 10.  It's fine if you have to miss one or two of the live webcasts, but you must register here to participate.  Check out this great opportunity to find out what's happening with digital technology in today's law offices and courtrooms before you set out into the brave new world.

A hat tip to Law Librarian Blog.   

Ernster, the Virtual Library Cat

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