Teaching + Training

Teaching Technology and Information Ethics

Questions about what constitutes ethical technology and information use are among the most pressing challenges facing the legal profession, yet existing standards for professional conduct often fail to adequately address lawyers’ need for guidance in the contemporary information landscape. This program will address how librarians' expertise in information seeking behavior, research tools and methods, and applied technology positions us to meet this need. Joyce Manna Janto and Liz Schiller, both of the University of Richmond, will discuss different approaches to and resources for distilling this complex topic into practical instruction for lawyers and law students.



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