The Legal Education Commons

The Legal Education Commons launched yesterday with open access to over 700,000 federal court decisions. The LEC is an “open, searchable collection of resources designed specifically for use in legal education.” It is made possible by a collaboration between the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) and Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society. From … Read More “The Legal Education Commons”

Harvard Panel Followup

Good news! In case you missed our very special panel at Harvard Law School, we have plenty of media for you. First, there’s video of the entire panel up on YouTube and higher resolution versions are also available over at the Berkman Center. What makes this panel so interesting (and why you should take some … Read More “Harvard Panel Followup”

Berkman celebrates recent publication of Born Digital: Understanding The First Generation of Digital Natives in San Francisco

Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society (where the idea of CC originated) will be venturing out of Cambridge, MA in order to celebrate the release of their newest publication on Sept. 15th at Hotel Vitale, right here in San Francisco. Born Digital: Understanding the First Generation of Digital Natives by John Palfrey and … Read More “Berkman celebrates recent publication of Born Digital: Understanding The First Generation of Digital Natives in San Francisco”

Publius Project Explores the Rules of Cyberspace

Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society launched a new project last week: Publius. The Publius Project is a Web 2.0 version of the Federalist Papers, a collection of passionate essays written in support of the U.S. Constitution–mostly signed “Publius”.  The Publius Project “brings together a distinguished collection of Internet observers, scholars, innovators, entrepreneurs, activists, … Read More “Publius Project Explores the Rules of Cyberspace”