Wednesday, May 16, 2012

CALI Annual Conference: Some Assembly Required

Paul Caron recently posted over at TaxProf Blog about the annual CALI Conference upcoming at Thomas Jefferson School of Law June 21-23.   There are plenty of sessions for faculty from building online courses to contract drafting.  Also, there will be an update on the ELangdell project.  CALI is hosting free open source books targeted to the law school audience, including texts for the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and Rules and Securities Law Statutes.  Not likely to have the Uniform Commercial Code published for free, but here's to hoping. Also, for those teaching Contracts next year and not yet committed to a text, Professor Verkerke's Collaborative Teaching Materials For Contracts will be available soon.  And, yes, for free.  I've already reviewed this text, and it is sure to draw an audience.


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