(un)Common Knowledge : Legal Education in a Networked World

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Dec 5, 2006, 11:06:00 AM12/5/06
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To CyberOne students, participants, and affiliates --

Please come to a special forum this Thursday, December 7, on the future of legal education in a networked world. We'll have leading thinkers about legal education, legal practice, and legal technology talking about how the Internet changes everything -- or not.

The event will be simulcast via Web and Second Life. (Drinks and food will only be available to in-person attendees). Rebecca Nesson will be moderating the online discussion while Charlie Nesson moderates the panelists.

Please see event description below or attached. See you on Thursday!
Gene Koo, JD
Berkman Center for Internet & Society
Harvard Law School
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(un)Common Knowledge : legal education in a networked world

Common Knowledge

Thursday, December 7
6:00-7:30pm EDT
Austin Hall, Harvard Law School

Law schools don't just educate new lawyers; they house vibrant communities that research, develop, and share legal knowledge. How might law schools take advantage of our increasingly networked environment or use emerging network technologies to foster robust learning communities? Can such communities bridge between the academy and practice?

On the occasion of Harvard Law School's most significant curriculum revision since the 1870s, join law professors, professional educators, practicing attorneys, and technologists to discuss the coming transformation of legal education.


  • Sandy Geller, Executive Vice-President, Practicing Law Institute
  • Patrick Hobbs, Dean, Seton Hall Law School
  • Andy Prozes, Global CEO, LexisNexis
  • Jonathan Sablone, Partner, Nixon & Peabody LLP
  • Ronald Staudt, Professor of Law and Associate Vice President for Law, Business and Technology, Chicago-Kent College of Law
  • Martha Stone Wiske, Lecturer, Harvard Graduate School of Education

The discussion will be moderated by Charles Nesson, Professor, Harvard Law School.

How to attend

Attending in-person

Austin Hall is located at 1515 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge MA 02138. Austin East is on the right when you walk in through the main doors.


Watch this space for more information about participating in this event via live video feed on webcast.

Second Life

You can also watch the live video feed on Berkman Island in Second Life. Please gather at the ampitheater at 6pm EDT / 3pm SLT.

2006-12-07 Poster.pdf
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