The 1995 Conference
Thursday, June 8th
- Introduction to network and local area network technology
- Do you think Ethernet is an anesthetic? Is token ring a new form of
affirmative action? If you need to come up to speed on basic computer
networks, you should attend this session.
- Basics of the Internet
- Has all the hype passed you by? Learn some basics about the
Internet including a very beginner-oriented look at some of the tools
available on the Internet like WWW, Gopher and FTP.
- Meeting of the Association of Law School Internet Publishers
- If your institution is posting materials for others on the
Internet, then you already are an Internet Publisher. Attend this
meeting to discuss possible collaboration and cooperation among law
schools to leverage our collective efforts into a broader, coordinated
benefit for all law students, faculty, staff and Internet users.
- Vendor Demos and Panels
- Selected vendors will have representatives to answer questions and
discuss their products.
- Pizza Party for all attendees
- CALI will host an informal reception for all attendees, vendors and
guests. Stop in to meet with your colleagues and have a slice or two.
Friday, June 9th
Morning Plenary: The CALI Convergence
John Mayer, Executive
Director, Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction
The Center for Electronic Text in Law
University of Cincinnati Law School
- Inexpensive internet services using LINUX
- Installing and running a WWW serve
- Internet/Webmasters panel discussion
- Using and managing internet email services
- Elements of HTML style
- Writing HTML documents
- Managing the development of multimedia projects: Panelists from
the British Law Courseware Consortium, the Australian Crimson Parrot
project and CALI discuss computerized legal education projects in
Britain, Australia and the United States.
- Three case studies of computer-based learning in law
- Electronic legal instruction using email and networks
- Delivering core legal education electronically: the electronic
first year at Chicago-Kent
Networks and Technologies
- New building technologies
- Strategies for law school computing in hard budget times
- Networking your law school - two case studies
- Bub City - Barbecue House and Crabshack.
- ALL YOU CAN EAT!
- Bub City is famous for irresistable crabs, Southern coastal food
and Texas barbecue served in a down-home southern atmosphere.
- After dinner, a Country Trio will help you digest with
- Transportation to and from Bub City included in the cost.
Saturday, June 10th
Afternoon Plenary: Gazing into the Crystal Ball: Predicting the Impact
of Future Technologies
- Student printing SOLVED!(?)
- Requiring notebooks for law students: report from the University
of Richmond Law School
- The Norwegian Computer Law Association
Track: Internet and Law Libraries
- Integrating the Internet into legal research and writing
- Cataloging Internet resources
- Using SGML in legal education
Track: Administrative and Clinic Computing
- Computers in law clinics
- A data model for law schools
- What's new In administrative software for law schools
- Three Happiness Restaurant in Chicago's Chinatown
- A traditional "computer" delicacy in Chicago's distinctive
- An array of eastern food to feast on after the conference.
- Transportation to and from the restaurant is included in the cost.
IN ADDITION: There will be a well-stocked Internet room for attendees
to surf the net compliments of Chicago-Kent's computing staff. Tours
of Chicago-Kent's state-of-the-art law school will be held at various
times throughout the conference.