Following up on the program from 2017, "Attorney Research Skills: Continuing the Conversation Between Law Firm and Academic Law Librarians", we will examine the methods by which academics, in consultation with their firm counterparts, can assess their students' readiness for the practice environment. Discussion will include research skills, the Legal Tech Assessment, and knowledge of Knowledge Management practices
Panel discussion on blockchain use that can be applied to legal industry. Attendees come away with ideas and tools to use/discuss/promote
Using a given tool, perhaps Neota Logic, develop an app that can be used to create individually designed solutions in terms of access or process-- similar to what Neota runs at Iron Lawyer at Georgetown.
Instructional librarians are increasing being called upon to produce practice-ready students, and similarly, to tailor their ALR classes to meet ABA simulation course standards. One method of achieving these goals is to incorporate knowledge management systems and/or time-keeping systems into the classroom. As academic librarians, we do not have access to these various systems (vendors have been reluctant to give demo ...more »
Hands on deep dive (like this year's Linked Data on Your Laptop) to expose attendees to using OpenRefine software (http://openrefine.org/) to manipulate and manage any form of metadata in your organization. Program should include suggested, practical uses and a significant hands on component.