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Welcome to CALIcon17, the 27th Annual CALI Conference for Law School Computing.

Wednesday, June 14
  • Sponsor setup at the law school 1:00 PM - 7:00 PM in room 171
  • Registration from 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM in room 555Pizza and soft drinks will be served.
  • Presenters Meeting (optional) 6:00 Pm - 6:30 PM in room 450

Thursday - Friday

  • CALIcon17 registration and check-in 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM in room 267
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Thursday, June 15 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Lessons from Distance Learning -- Using Effective Asynchronous Delivery Techniques to “Flip” the Traditional Law School Classroom

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Asynchronous content delivery now pervades almost every corner of higher education, including legal education. Today’s modern learning management system, coupled with cloud-based platforms supporting rich multimedia delivery of content, provide us with the opportunity to deliver an asynchronous law school course that rivals and even, in some respects, exceeds the effectiveness of the traditional law school classroom. That’s all well and good. However, the lessons we’ve learned in delivering distance learning under Standard 306 may also provide us with new and improved tools to “flip” the traditional law school classroom, thereby dramatically improving its effectiveness. There is substantial learning science supporting the idea of moving lecture content (pure information transfer) out of the classroom to the greatest extent possible, thereby maximizing the classroom time available for interactive, student-centered learning opportunities. While the flipped classroom is not a particularly new idea, the technology and techniques available to deliver content prior to class have improved dramatically, especially within legal education. In this presentation, I will talk about tools and techniques for effective asynchronous class preparation in support of classroom flipping, as well as tools and techniques for maximizing the value of the interactive flipped classroom.

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Jack Graves

Professor of Law and Director of Digital Legal Education, Touro Law Center
Professor Jack Graves is a faculty member at Touro Law Center, where he teaches Contracts, Business Law, Arbitration, and Digital Lawyering (technology-leveraged legal service delivery). Graves writes on commercial law and arbitration, including his recent book, Learning Contracts (West 2014), an innovative first-year teaching text that abandons the traditional law school casebook method in favor of individual lessons containing learning objectives, explanations, examples, and problems in support of a flipped classroom approach. Graves also serves as Director of Digital Legal Education at Touro, leading initiatives to add online offerings of traditional law courses, as well as innovative new courses in... Read More →


Thursday June 15, 2017 2:30pm - 3:30pm
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