March 14th, 2007
John Mayer, Executive Director of the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI), a non-profit consortium of over 200 law schools joined the Berkman Center to discuss 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.
Specifically, John walks through the different types of software that CALI offers and why they have proven to be so useful to their large network of users. He also presents the idea of common casebooks, which would not only offset the cost, but allow for constant and immediate updating capabilities.
Video produced by Henok Mehari.