Commercial Software in Clinical Teaching

From the 2011 CALI Conference for Law School Computing Presenter(s): Marjorie McDiarmid, West Virginia University College of Law In the digital age, lawyers need to learn to get beyond word processing and the internet in representing their clients. Clinical programs are using commercially available software to teach students a variety of lawyering skills. This session will demonstrate the use of spreadsheets in case evaluation and negotiation. It will show the use of timelines in client interviewing. Finally, it will provide an example of the use of mindmapping in client counseling. Schedule info Time slot: 24 June 16:00 – 17:00 Room: 246 Audience Track: Faculty