Digital Commons Scholarship Archive Project
Educational Technology is working with the Diamond Law Library to build an archive of faculty scholarship using the Digital Commons Institutional Repository system. As of November 2017, a new Digital Repository Specialist postion has been created to work on collecting and organizing the materials for this repository. For questions about this project please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
CALI A2J Clinic Project
The Lawyering in the Digital Age Clinic is participating in the CALI A2J Clinic Project. A blog post at CALI explaning the LDA Clinic's participation is available at http://www.cali.org/blog/2013/06/14/a2j-clinic-integration-traditional-clinics
Prof. Conrad Johnson and Brian Donnelly authored a Law Review Article in Volume 88, issue 3 of the Chicago Kent Law Review for the issue from the Symposium on Justice, Lawyering and Legal Education. Brian Donnelly also serves as the Columbia Law School technical liason with the CALI Access to Justice Clinical Course Project. For more information see: http://a2jclinic.classcaster.net/
Brian Donnelly participated in two conferences the University of Missouri - Kansas City Law School Law Schools, Technology and Access to Justice Conference . This is link to the principles that were drafted by the participants at the first conference https://law.umkc.edu/lawtecha2j/statement-of-fundamental-principles .
Brian Donnelly gave a presentation to Federal Court Judges and Administrators from the First, Second and Third Judicial Districtis on the A2J Initiative at a conference at the Mohonk Mountain in New Paltz, New York. The final version of the presentation is posted here.
Law Schools Team Up with CALI to Harness Skills of Law Students, Develop Online Tools for Low-Income Litigants