(un)Common Knowledge: Legal Education in a Networked World

December 8th, 2006

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Law schools don’t just educate new lawyers; they house vibrant communities that research, develop, and share legal knowledge. How might law schools take advantage of our increasingly networked environment or use emerging network technologies to foster robust learning communities? Can such communities bridge between the academy and practice?

On the occasion of Harvard Law School’s most significant curriculum revision since the 1870s, join law professors, professional educators, practicing attorneys, and technologists to discuss the coming transformation of legal education.

To learn more about this event, including panelists, visit Berkman Fellow Gene Koo’s blog.

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  • 1. video vidi visum : virtua&hellip  |  December 10th, 2006 at 10:48 pm

    […] As promised, we’ve made video of our event last Thursday, Legal Education in a Networked World, available on video. There’s a fun section right in the middle where we switch briefly over to Second Life and the panelists see how they’re being projected into cyberspace. […]

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