Ignite talks. PechaKucha. Lighting Talks. And even, to an extent, TED Talks. Whatever you call it, conference organizers in law, libraries and legal education are starting to incorporate these talks into their events. If you’ve never seen one, each speaker gives a short (5-10 minute)
I spent last Saturday in East Lansing, Michigan at the ReInvent Law Laboratory 2014 Entrepreneurial Lawyering Workshop. Now, I’m at point in my career and life where I consider sleeping in on a Saturday to be not only a privilege, but almost a sacred right that I only give up grudgingly. So
The following is essentially the gist of my portion of the “Law Schools and the Free Access to Law Movement” talk I gave at the Conference for Law School Computing last month. This link to the session contains my slides as well as a video of me speaking.
Is your law school supported