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Live Interview Series: So, You Wanna be a Law Techie?


Thursday, February 13, 2020 (1pm - 1:30pm US/Central)


DESCRIPTION


Technology has infiltrated the legal profession, the library profession, and many aspects of everyday life. Law librarians are at the forefront of evaluating how technology can be and should be used by the people and organizations they support. With the overwhelming number of products and the frightening implications of the technology products and services on the market, where are we to turn to develop the expertise needed to adequately, or even expertly, advise our users? How do we learn more about coding, apps, browsers, and CYBERSECURITY!? If you have ever wondered about the answers to these questions, or pondered similar ones, this session is for you. Join us for the fourth installment of the “So You Wanna…” Interview series – “So You Wanna Be a TECHIE?” In this 30-minute live session, C.J. Pipins will facilitate a conversation with Jennifer Wondracek, Andre Davison, and Kenton Brice about upping your skills it comes to legal tech.

This series is brought to you by the Professional Engagement, Growth & Advancement SIS and the AALL Continuing Professional Education Committee.

The deadline to register for this event is February 10.


AALL Body of Knowledge Domains:

PROFESSIONALISM & LEADERSHIP AT EVERY LEVEL
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INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
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MANAGEMENT & BUSINESS ACUMEN
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Guest Speakers

Andre Davison is the Research Technology Manager at Blank Rome LLP in Houston, Texas, not to mention the Audience Choice Winner Of the 2020 AALL Innovation Tournament. Kenton Brice is the Director for Technology Innovation at Oklahoma University and named as one of the Fastcase 50 in 2018. Jennifer Wondracek is Director of Legal Educational Technology and an Adjunct Professor at UNT Dallas College of Law. We will talk about how to get involved in the many techie communities, how they found themselves in the role of law library techie, and much more.


Moderator
C.J. Pipins
Associate Director for Public Services
University of Baltimore Law Library

Registration Fees:

These fees are available through 02/10/2020
Name Price Available To
AALL Member $0.00   Honorary
Retired
Student
Individual
Site Registration $125.00   Honorary
Retired
Student
Individual
Non-Member $60.00   NonMember
Site Registration $150.00   NonMember


Cancellation and Other Policies:

Cancellations and refund requests must be made in writing and emailed to csmith@aall.org by the registration deadline. No refunds will be given after the registration deadline. Refunds will not be given for no-shows.