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CALI Conference to be Held at Marquette in 2011

Looks like the 2011 Conference for Law School Computing (CALI Conference) will be held at Marquette Law School next summer. I can't wait to attend!

From John Mayer posted to the Teknoids list:

Just got back from a visit to the amazing new building that Marquette has built for their law school. I am delighted to announce that the 2011 Conference for Law School Computing - the 21st Annual "CALI Conference" will be held at Marquette on Thursday-Saturday, June 23-25. 2011.

We are planning a special track that focuses specifically on electronic casebooks/course materials and the Ignite Plenary that was so well received at the 2010 conference will be back.

We have our sights set on a nearby hotel, but haven't signed the contract just yet, so follow CALI on Twitter (@CALIorg), friend us on FaceBook or visit the conference website at www.cali.org/conference for more info in the future. You can view videos from most of the 2010 conference sessions right now at that location.