by Bradley W. Miller, Burton Law LLC
For those interested in learning more about digital law practice, the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI), is providing a free 9-week online course focused on the changes that are occurring in the legal practice.
Each Friday at 2:00pm beginning February 10, 2012, a guest speaker will present a 30-minute presentation on a different component of digital law, from virtual law firms to online research to social media. After the presentation, there will be question-and-answer session. Participants will also get an interactive homework assignment to complete.
While the course is marketed towards law students and professors, anyone can register and participate. The presentations will be recorded and posted online if you miss a session.
You can get more information or register at http://tdlp.classcaster.net/2012/01/24/welcome/