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Past Project

eLangdell : The Legal Ed Commons

eLangdell aims to stimulate innovation in American law schools through a new educational resource sharing platform. This work will be perpetuated by the establishment of the CALI-Berkman Research Fellowship.

The partnership will establish the Legal Education Commons – known as eLangdell for Harvard Law School’s first Dean and the Law Library’s namesake, Dean Christopher Columbus Langdell – where law faculty can share and use openly-licensed course materials to offer students free or low-cost course packs, casebooks, podcasts, and video.  Berkman and CALI will also research and develop innovative teaching tools to advance practice skills like client interaction, negotiations, and trial advocacy.

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Mar 13, 2007 @ 12:30 PM

Subclassing the Commons

John Mayer, Executive Director of Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI)

John discussed CALI's use of both social networking tools, as well as innovative software in the quest to provide the most thorough and practical means of legal education. More

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Gene Koo