Thursday, February 23, 2006

RFP for CALI conference

2006 CONFERENCE FOR LAW SCHOOL COMPUTING

***CALL FOR SPEAKERS ***

What: 16th Annual Conference for Law School Computing

When: Thursday - Saturday, June 15-17, 2006

Where: Nova Southeastern Shepard Broad Law Center, Fort Lauderdale, FL

submit proposal ideas at http://www.cali.org/conference
registration soon at http://www.cali.org/conference
$395 - CALI member
$695 - law school/non-members
$995 -non law school attendees
hotel information at http://www.cali.org/conference

SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE AND IDEAS

Are you ...

law faculty,
law librarian or
IT staff
with experience using, installing, supporting or building IT-based systems for teaching at your law school?

Are you an...
administrative systems developer,
help desk staffer,
webmaster,
instructional designer,
graphic artist/flash programmer, or
a/v/classroom technology guru?

If so, you have real-world experience to share as a SPEAKER at this conference. Speaker registration fees are discounted $395, though you will have to cover your own transportation and hotel costs.  If several people propose similar topics, I may group them into a panel-o’-presenters. If you are interested in becoming a speaker or panelist, let me know. If you want to speak, but can’t decide on a topic, send me an email with your areas of expertise and I will try to accommodate you.

This is YOUR conference, help me to make it GREAT!

In the past, I have included a list of possible session titles. I am going to break from tradition and see what comes flying in over the transom. Get your creative juices flowing.

Thanks!

John P. Mayer
Executive Director
Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction
565 West Adams
Chicago, IL 60661
312-906-5307 - voice
312-906-5338 - fax
[email protected]

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