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Editor: Kevin Cole
Univ. of San Diego School of Law

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

CALI Selects 5 CrimProfs for CrimPro Fellowship

The non-profit Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) has selected a group of law professors for the CALI Criminal Procedure Fellowship. The fellowship will produce computer-based legal education materials in Criminal Procedure. From a talented and diverse group of law professor applicants,

CALI selected these five:

  • Edwin J. Butterfoss Hamline University School of Law
  •  Steven L. Chanenson Villanova University School of Law
  •  Tom Lininger University of Oregon School of Law
  •  Raneta Lawson Mack, Creighton University School of Law
  •  David M. Siegel New England School of Law

“We are excited to have such an accomplished group of scholars participating in this project. The resulting 25 lessons from this team will capture their passion and expertise in Criminal Procedure and give students additional ways to learn this complicated subject,” said Deb Quentel, CALI Director of Curriculum Development.

The CALI Fellowships Project is a multi-year applied research effort. Resulting materials are peer-reviewed by the CALI Editorial Board and published to law schools as part of the CALI Library of Materials.  The goal of the project is to create a high-quality pool of electronic teaching materials for faculty to supplement their courses, locally customize for specific instructional goals, and explore computer-mediated/distance learning. Started in 1999, previous fellowships have produced materials in Criminal Law, Property, Torts, Business Organizations, Legal Research, Remedies, Trademark, Copyrights, and Family Law. [Mark Godsey]

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