Elizabeth Farrell Clifford

Florida State University College of Law

Elizabeth Farrell Clifford is the Director and Professor of the Research Center at the Florida State University College of Law. Elizabeth teaches legal technology and legal research courses at FSU, helping law students meet and exceed the profession’s expectations for technological competence. Prior to entering academia, Elizabeth was a legal consultant at LexisNexis for four years.

Elizabeth is a member of the ABA Law Practice Management Section, co-chair of the American Association of Law Libraries’ Caucus on Teaching Legal Technology, and co-host of the Law Librarian Conversations podcast. She earned her B.S. and J.D. from the University of Cincinnati and M.S. from Florida State University.

My Sessions

Technology in Law Schools:  A Single Course or Curriculum Integration?

Grand Ballroom A

Innovative educators and law schools are teaching workshops, creating courses, developing programs, and changing curriculum to produce more tech savvy law students. This session will address different teaching approaches, discussing the opportunities and challenges of various formats, along with the feasibility of scaling legal tech instruction. Speakers will also discuss the substance of technology taught […]

Academic Track