This unique venture brought scholars at the forefront of pedagogical reform together with key representatives of the print and electronic law book industry and the National Conference of Bar Examiners to explore the options available for transforming the existing prototypes of legal education and course materials. The Workshop participants engaged deeply in thoughtful dialogues about promising and pragmatic paths for the future of electrified law. Over the course of four sessions, they discussed, at different levels of abstraction, the proposition that real reform in legal education is best served by the marriage of innovative ideas with innovative media.
David M. Skover, Electrified Law: A Brief Introduction to the Workshop on the Future of the Legal Course Book, 33 SEATTLE U. L. REV. 287 (2010).