I develop and now study legal education and knowledge management programs. Currently, I am a Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society and with CALI, the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction. I was most recently Director of Online Training at The Center for Legal Aid Education, an advanced training and leadership program for legal aid attorneys through the United States, and director of MassLegalServices.org, a knowledge repository for legal aid attorneys in Massachusetts run by Mass. Law Reform Institute and MassLegalHelp.org, a public education website for residents of Massachusetts.
Legal Education: Law School Innovation
Games, Learning, and Values: Valuable Games
Placeworlds: Using Virtual Worlds to Foster Civic Engagement (forthcoming)
Creating Humane Codelaw (Allison Fine, Micah L. Sifry, Andrew Rasiej, Josh Levy, Rebooting America: ideas for redesigning American democracy for the internet age, Personal Democracy Forum 2008)
New Skills, New Learning (Berkman Center Research Publication 2007)