CALI is hosting a MOOC (massively open online course) called Topics in Digital Law Practice. I gave a presentation for them today. Below are the slides. There is a homework assignment posted on the blog for this session and students are encouraged to create homework wikis. Looking forward to reading some of those.
There are over 700 people registered for the course, and 270 attended the webinar this afternoon. The sessions will be recorded and archived for those who cannot make the live webinar. Apparently there are registrants from all over the world. I’m looking forward to attending the upcoming sessions taught by Marc Lauritsen, Ron Staudt, Richard Granat, Will Hornsby, Sarah Glassmeyer, Kingsley Martin, and Ernie Svenson. Thanks to John Mayer and CALI for the opportunity to share.
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