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Creating A Paperless Law School

7 Oct 2008 | | No Comment

Connecticut Law Tribune reports on a recent workshop that looked at ways to develop a new version of law school course books.

Professors and publishing executives met earlier this month in Seattle to discuss how legal casebooks could be made available electronically on a widespread basis, particularly on new instruments such as Amazon’s Kindle and the Sony Reader.


Much of the push for electronic casebooks is coming from law professors who want more control over the materials they use in their classrooms. Ayres already is moving in this direction by going paperless in some of his Yale courses and using PDFs of articles rather than books.

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