Conference for Law School Computing®
VIRTUAL REALITY CHECK
CONFERENCE MATERIALS NOW AVAILABLE!
Comments from attendees of CALI 2001...
conference as usual. Many thanks.
entire Tech Team thought the conference was great!
just wanted to tell you that this was the 2nd CALI conference that
I have attended, and have enjoyed both of them immensely. You and
your staff offer a great conference, and I just wanted to say "thank
you" to you and everyone at CALI for their efforts at organizing
such an event.
conference was terrific!...
to send a note thanking you for all the hard work that you've put
in on CALI conferences. I know there are too many of us who don't
take the time to let you know how much we appreciate the time, effort
and ingenuity you put into the conferences. The 11th Conference was
terrific. My thanks and appreciation to you...
I must tell you what a fantastic experience the conference was! I
came back to work this morning filled with ideas that were born from
discussions with colleagues and from the excellent presentations.
I greatly enjoyed the conference...
was a great conference, and, as always, I appreciated all of the time
you and and staff spent making everything go smoothly both for the
presenters and the attendees...
again for all the work you did to make the CALI conference as interesting
as it was. We're looking forward to next year already....
wanted to thank you for your efforts in organizing and producing the
CALI conference last week in Boston. This was the first time I've
attended, and found it very enlightening. Many of the topics covered
were directly in-line with situations here ... and the opportunity
for networking among peers in IT leadership was invaluable...
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of this year's conference reflects on the implosion of the dot-coms,
the bursting of the Internet bubble and the rising prominence of IT
in law schools. Maybe it's a good thing to pull-back and re-evaluate
the priorities, missions and goals of IT in law school computing. Several
law schools have done this and have created CIO-type positions to handle
this new "IT-centric" view of their institutions. Are law
school's getting value for their IT investment? Where should the priorities
be for the next several years. You will find these questions and other
more practical advice from the mouths of the actual implementors at
this conference. It's time for a Virtual Reality Check!