News posted on Feb 10, 2022 by Agnieszka Dyzma
Those eager eyed amongst you may have noticed that there has been no word of a New Year Party this year. Though we didn’t share anything with you, our members, we had begun planning the party but with the continued uncertainty over covid restrictions we decided to postpone.
News posted on Jul 15, 2021 by Agnieszka Dyzma
CLIG warmly invites you to our reflection on legal information careers. The last 16 or so months have forced cognitive shifts and perspective changes on all of us. Whether you’ve had career plans halted due to the pandemic or have had quiet time enough to meditate on the possibility of change, or perhaps you’ve spent so much time working remotely you feel you’ve lost touch with the wider perspective of what peers and colleagues are doing.
News posted on May 24, 2021 by Grant Hood
SLA Europe will be holding their annual conference virtually on June 30th and July 1st. This looks to be an excellent event!
“What American Law Students are being Taught about Technology in Law Firms – an Inside View: Profile of a Research Professor and Library Director”
News posted on May 5, 2021 by Agnieszka Dyzma
CLIG extends a warm welcome to our community to attend May’s event: a fascinating profile of Professor Femi Cadmus who is currently the Archibald C. and Frances Fulk Rufty Research Professor of Law and Director of the Goodson Library at Duke Law. She teaches “Technology in the Practice of Law”, which explores the rapidly evolving technologies transforming traditional legal practice.
“An inside view to the workings of a ‘Best Delivery’ team: Combining innovation, legal technology and project management”
News posted on Mar 31, 2021 by Agnieszka Dyzma
CLIG welcomes you to join our fascinating talk by ClIfford Chance’s “Best Delivery” team. Their Best delivery approach involves bringing together their specialist expertise in Continuous Improvement, Legal Technology and Legal Project Management with the smartest tools and resources to deliver an outstanding client experience.