CALIcon24 Preliminary Schedule

Thursday, June 13, 2024
137
9:00 – 10:00 Keynote
➡️David Colarusso
10:00 – 10:30 Break Break Break
137 133 127
10:30 – 11:30 Harvard Case Access Project,
Unchained

➡️ John Joergensen, Rutgers Law
School
Preparing Law Students for AI-Powered
Practice

➡️ DawnMarin Dell, Barry Law School
➡️ Amy Emerson, Villanova University, Charles Widger School of Law
➡️ Jenny Wondracek, Capital University Law School
➡️ Kris Niedringhaus, Georgia State University College of Law
The Future of Legal Publication
➡️ Amanda Watson, University of Houston
➡️ Rob Brownell, University of Houston

DOI Event Data: The New
Frontier in Measuring Scholarly Impact

➡️ Valeri Craigle, James E. Faust Law Library, Univ. of Utah
11:30 – 1:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch
12:30 – 1:00
1:00 – 2:00 Using Peer Assessments for Active
Learning

➡️ Carla Wale, University of Washington
➡️ Jaclyn Celebrezze, University of Washington
Leveraging AI in Classroom Design and
Renovation

➡️ Wei Fang, Rutgers Law
School  

The Hybrid Classroom of the
Future

➡️ Jane O’Connell, University of
Florida
➡️ Allen Brown, University of Florida
➡️ Troy Fisher, University of
Florida
What the LII Learned From Hosting Their First Hackathon
➡️ Nichole McCarthy, Legal Information
Institute – Cornell Law School

Curbing Your Enthusiasm – Balancing Support and Skepticism for Emerging Tech While Teaching
➡️ Eli Edwards, UCLA School of Law
2:00 – 2:30 Break Break Break
2:30 – 3:30 Setting Due Dates for Formative and Summative
Assessments – What I learned experimenting this past year

➡️ Dana Raigrodski, University of Washington School of Law
Tech Tools and Pedagogical Strategies for
Teaching English-Language Learners

➡️ David Holt, UC Davis – School of Law
Rediscovering the Cognizant Brain Through Generative AI
➡️ Quinterrion Waits, St. Thomas University Benjamin L. Crump College of Law
AI and Blockchain aren’t friends (yet)
➡️ Deborah Ginsberg, Harvard Law School Library
Who will we be teaching? What LSAC’s
comprehensive data on incoming students reveals about the next generation of law
students

➡️ Melissa Hale, LSAC 
3:30 – 4:00 Break Break Break
4:00 – 5:00 Navigating the Ethical Landscape of AI in Legal Education and Practice
➡️ Korin Munsterman, UNT
Dallas College of Law 

Ethical Uses of ChatGPT in the
Practice of Law to Save Time and Money

➡️ Adrienne
Sheilds, Southern University Law Center
Uncharted Waters: Law School Perspectives on
Generative AI Policy Making

➡️ Nachman Gutowski,
William S. Boyd School of Law, UNLV
➡️ Jeremy Hurley, Appalachian School of Law

A Quiet AI
Revolution in Judicial Analytics

➡️Michael Bird,
University of Detroit – Mercy
This is the Way: ASU Law’s Trailblazing
Journey in Innovation, Integration, and Inspiration with Salesforce

➡️Edward Garcia, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law Arizona State
University
5:30 – 7:30 Conference Reception – ????
Friday, June 14, 2024
137 133 127
9:00 – 10:00 Enhanced Classroom Technology
➡️ Tom Ryan, Rutgers University
Navigating the Relationship with IT
➡️ Jane O’Connell, University of Florida
➡️ Allen Brown,
University of Florida
Supervised Learning: Why Law Schools Should Teach Generative AI
➡️ David Kemp, Justia Inc. /
Rutgers Law School

Building a free legal genAI tool:
From Scraping to Serving

➡️Jonathan Franklin,
University of Washington
Computer Programming in Doctrinal and Clinical Courses
➡️ Wes Oliver, Duquesne University Thomas R. Kline School of Law
➡️ Kate Norton, Duquesne University Thomas R. Kline School of Law
10:00 – 10:30 Break Break Break
10:30 – 11:30 Artificial Intelligence and Free Law – Dispatches from the Roller Coaster
➡️ Sara Frug, Legal
Information Institute [LII], Cornell Law School
➡️ Craig Newton, Legal Information Institute
[LII], Cornell Law School
➡️ Tim Stanley, Justia
Preparing and Engaging Law Students through CALI’s Summer Challenge
➡️ Sara Smith, CALI
CALI Anki Flashcards
➡️ Elmer Masters, CALI
➡️ Artie Berns
➡️ Sean Harrington
Demonstration of a Laptop Game that Accelerates Learning and Students Love
➡️ Jack Smith, George
Washington University Law School
11:30 – 1:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch
12:30 – 1:00
1:00 – 2:00 A Reflection: 27 Years at CALI in 27
Minutes

➡️ Deb Quentel, CALI
The AI-Powered Everything Extension for Legal Education
➡️ David Colarusso, Suffolk University Law School
Digitizing Legal Briefs on Tribal Fishing Rights and the Boldt Decision
➡️ Maya Swanes, University of
Washington School of Law
➡️ Pearl McCrea, University of Washington School of Law

Literacy Ain’t Just Books
➡️ Kieran Layton, Case Western Reserve
University
2:00 – 2:30 Break Break Break
2:30 – 3:30 Using Technology to Enhance a Student-Centered Culture
➡️ Larry Cunningham, Charleston School of Law
More Than a Library: How to Configure
StackMap to Map Your Law School

➡️ Adam Harness, Charleston School of Law
Teaching Empathy Through Technology in the AI Era
➡️ Jessica Frank, CALI
Exploring Exploratory.io, or Pivot Tables Made Easy
➡️ Deborah Ginsberg, Harvard Law
School
Incorporating Experiential Learning Into (Almost) Any Course
➡️ Richard Sobelsohn, Brooklyn Law
School 

From Bricks to Clicks: Preparing Law Students for Virtual Law Firms
➡️ Latasha Towles, University
at Buffalo School of Law
3:30 – 4:00 Break Break Break
137
4:00 – 5:30 The Future of CALI: An Audience Participation Discussion
➡️ John Mayer, CALI

Raffle/Giveaways in 137
right after closing keynote