Friday, January 18, 2013
Technology and the Teaching of Legal Research & Writing is the theme of this year's Third Colonial Frontier Legal Writing Conference, taking place Saturday, March 16, 2013, at Duquesne University School of Law in Pittsburgh, PA.
This conference is intended to give law professors the opportunity to improve the ways in which they use computer technology for teaching legal research and writing.
The cost of registering for the one-day conference is $50, which includes on-site parking, a continental breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and a closing open-bar reception. Attendees will be able to receive CLE credits.
Duquesne has arranged for a block of discounted rooms at the Marriott City Center hotel, which is adjacent to the campus and within walking distance from the law school and downtown Pittsburgh. A double room will cost $124 per night, plus tax.
You will find the agenda and be able to register for the conference here. The conference website also has information about travel to the conference and Pittsburgh attractions. Direct any questions to Prof. Jan Levine at firstname.lastname@example.org.