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Wednesday, September 03, 2003

Set Courtroom (And Classroom) On "Stun"

Genie Tyburski points to an interesting article by Karl Manheim, "Technology is Nine Points of the Law:"

Educating future lawyers isn't what it used to be. Technology in the courtroom is becoming the standard for legal proceedings and Loyola's new $10 million Albert H. Girardi Advocacy Center is a prime example of how law schools are preparing their students for the future of litigation.

(Link added.) And from CNN, the Beloit College annual Mindset List: "For this year's class, 'Ctrl+Alt+Del' is as basic as ABC, and the Osmonds have never been more than talk show hosts."

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