Georgia State University College of Law
Kristina L. Niedringhaus is the Associate Dean for Library and Information Services and Associate Professor of Law at the Georgia State University College of Law Library. Kris has worked in academic law libraries for 20 years and for the last 13 years she has served as a law library director. Kris presents and writes on topics such as legal research pedagogy, technology, and law library management. She is very active in national and regional professional organizations. Kris is currently the vice president of the Board of Directors of the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI), vice president/president elect of the Southeastern Chapter of the American Association of Law Libraries (SEAALL), past president of the Computing Services Special Interest Section of the American Association of Law Libraries, and editorial director of AALL Spectrum.
In this session, we want your help to plan concrete next steps – first, on training law students to use technology to improve the delivery of legal services, and second, to create an agenda for future TECHSHOW Academic tracks. Your input can help this track to become the cornerstone and premier event for driving the […]
Evaluating and selecting legal technology can be daunting. Fortunately, there are techniques and tools that make this process easier, which can be adapted for any type practice and the world of constantly-changing technology. Our experts will discuss how to use these tools to train law students, set up a new practice, or upgrade technology in […]