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Teaching Technology Competencies to Law Students

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Richard Leiter

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Ever increasing number of states that now call for tech competency in their rules of professional conduct. What should law librarians be doing in this sphere. What is our role in teaching technologies that are out of the sphere of legal research? Our panel of experts includes Darin Fox, University of Oklahoma School of Law, Michael Robak, Univesity of Missouri Kansas City, Ken Hirsh, University of Cincinnati, Greg Lambert, Jackson Walker, LLP. The conversation will be assisted by co-hosts Roger Skalbeck, University of Richmond, and Elizabeth Farrell Clifford, Florida State University. I will be joined in studio by Mandy Lee, University of Nebraska, who will be monitoring the chatroom. 

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