For 34 years, The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) has hosted its legal education conference called “CALIcon.” The CALIcon conference is a two-day event at newly renovated or built law schools. It draws an estimated 300 attendees: law faculty, law librarians, IT professionals, distance learning staff, and law school administrators. The conference aims to provide a unique environment for everyone to share ideas, innovations, experiences, and best practices for application in law school classrooms to engage law students with tech. Don’t miss out on this opportunity!
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Each CALI member school receives a 25% discount off the in-person registration price. Use your school’s CALI faculty authorization code as the promotional code. Check with the law librarian if you do not know the code.
CALI has prepared this template letter that you can use to justify attending the Annual Conference. Download it, fill in your information, and go! CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD