Many people have written blog posts, articles and delivered presentations about their courses where tech is taught to law students. This is where we will gather a bibliography and collection of links.
There have been many presentations over the years at the CALI Conference and so I will try (over time) to cull them out and post them here. Meanwhile, this link should get you started.
|1||The Teaching of Law Practice Management and Technology in Law Schools: A New Paradigm||Richard S. Granat & Stephanie L. Kimbro||John Mayer|
|2||UNT Dallas School of Law Requirements for JD||Includes Law Practice Technology-related requirements.||John Mayer|
|3||Baylor Law School Legal Mapmaker materials||These are the materials used at Baylor Law School in their inaugural Legal Mapmaker clinic and CLE program to introduce new attorneys and 3 year law students to concepts on how to open and operate a law firm. The technology section is very good, but there are actually some technology gems spread throughout the materials, many of which I am using in my Business of Law class.||Jennifer Wondracek|
|4||Stephanie Kimbro, Using Technology to Unbundle in the Legal Services Community, Harvard J. of L. & Tech. Occasional Paper Series (2013).||Good overview of the concept of unbundling legal services, and ideas of how it relates to technology and virtual law practice.||Roger Skalbeck|
|5||Simon Canick, Infusing Technology Skills into the Law School Curriculum, 42 Capital Univ. L. Rev. 663 (2014).||Explores ideas for integrating technology into traditional teaching and ways technology introduction can model tools used in practice. Some of this may seem obvious to people teaching about technology (perhaps anybody who contributes to this list/website). However, there are great cited resources and inspiration.||Roger Skalbeck|
|6||Kate Kiefer Lee, Don’t Poke the Bear: Creating Content for Sensitive Situations, A List Apart (2013).||Good advice on how to approach sensitive subjects when writing content for multiple audiences. Useful when considering tone and language choice for something like an A2J guided interview or web interface that should deliver concise explanations.||Roger Skalbeck|
|7||Content strategy is good to consider as a general idea when creating web content or writing any short form content with a particular audience and purpose in mind.||A more general content strategy resource: Content strategy is good to consider as a general idea when creating web content or writing any short form content with a particular audience and purpose in mind.||Roger Skalbeck|
|1||Alyson Carrel, Northwestern University School of Law, Disrupt the Norm: Technology for Today’s Classroom||Use of tech in the classroom and why its relevant to the future of law practice.|