CALIcon12 22nd Annual Conference for Law School Computing
While John is putting the finishing touches on the Official Call for
Speakers for CALIcon12, I thought I'd give teknoids a chance to get
their proposals in a bit early.
The 22nd Annual Conference for Law School Computing is coming up this
June and will be held at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego,
CA, Thursday Saturday, June 21-23, 2012.
The CALIcon12 website is at http://conference.cali.org/2012 and this
year's theme is "Some Assembly Required".
If you're interested in presenting at CALIcon12 just visit
http://conference.cali.org/2012, login with your CALI account, and
click on the “Propose a session” link. Sessions need to be submitted
by Friday April 6, 2012. All sessions need to be submitted through the
CALI conference website.
We are going to use community voting to help with selecting sessions
again this year. Your votes lets us know sessions you would like to
see on the conference agenda. Starting on Monday February 27, 2012,
voting will be opened and will remain open until Friday April 27,
2012. To vote you will just need to login to the conference website
and vote for the session you would like to see on the agenda. You do
not need to be registered for the conference to vote.
We will notify speakers via email by May 4, 2012 if their session is
approved. The listing of approved sessions will be posted on the
conference website on May 4, 2012.
And remember, the $395 conference fee is waived for presenters. That's
right, as always, speakers get in for free!
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