Georgia State University College of Law
Kristina L. Niedringhaus is the Associate Dean for Library and Information Services and Professor at the Georgia State University College of Law Library. Kris has worked in academic law libraries for 20+ years. Kris presents and writes on topics such as legal research, pedagogy, technology, and law library management and teaches advanced legal research and law practice technology. 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), president 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 editor of AALL Spectrum.
We know that law students need some level of technology education in order to be competent to practice. This session will focus on law school responsibility and funding for tech training. In this time of shrinking or flat budgets, where do we find the money and what are we giving up instead? Hear how different […]