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Campaign: Admissions/IT Crowdsourced Session

A2J:Teaching Law Students Programming & Lawyering Skills

In the Fall of 2012, CALI will be launching a new website where law clinics can send their students to create programmable guided interviews for lawyers or clients using A2J Author. A2J Author is used by the legal aid community to deliver online legal form assistance to self representing litigants, but it is also an excellent teaching tool for law students and will prepare them for 21st Century law practice.

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Campaign: Datatel Breakout Discussion Ideas

Exporting to Datatel Colleague from ACES2

We have had tremendous difficulty getting ACES 2 and Datatel Colleague to "play nicely." Any tips on how to build export reports that will import successfully into Datatel would be helpful. Presently, this is a big issue for us, and all data on every admitted student must be entered manually into Datatel.

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Campaign: Admissions/IT Crowdsourced Session

"Document" Retention in a paperless world

In the old days, our document retention policy called for holding on to all applications for 3 years (in case students re-applied). After that, all but matriculated students were destroyed. The matriculated students' physical folders would move up to the "main office" to become their "permanent files". Now that I'm at a school that has been paperless for 3 years, I'm seeing an odd problem on the horizon. Here's the ...more »

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