Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Seeking "micro-essays" on role of artificial intelligence in legal research and writing classroom

Here's a chance to get published in Perspectives: Teaching Legal Research and Writing. The editorial board is seeking micro-essays on the topic of incorporating Artificial Intelligence technology into the classroom. Micro-essays are a great way to join the conversation about emerging issues in classroom pedagogy while picking up a publication credit in the process. 

Here are more details about submitting a micro-essay for the next issue of Perspectives due out in late fall:

In addition to always seeking full length articles for Perspectives, we're also specifically looking for shorter submissions for the next in our series of micro essays (examples). We want to hear what you (professors, adjuncts, law librarians, judges, law clerks, students or attorneys) have to say about our next micro essay prompt in 100 words or less: "Will Artificial Intelligence (AI) change how or what we teach in LRW classes? What do you anticipate the impact of AI will be on teaching or learning?” We welcome multiple submissions and will publish the best selections in our Fall issue. Be honest; be creative; let us know what these words provoke or inspire! Submit your micro essay by October 1 to EIC James B. Levy at or Board Members Katy Mercer at klm7@case.ued or Helene Shapo at  


For the current issue of Perspectives, archive, Author’s Guide, and other details, please go to:


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