Best Practices for Building a High-Tech Law School, American Bar Association
Best Practices for Building a High-Tech Law School is not just a niche book for the technology experts amongst us; this is a book for all those involved in a new building or renovation process. Technology has permeated nearly every aspect of law school operations and those leading the building process must be prepared to make sensible decisions that will adequately serve students, faculty, and staff. These decisions should be made based on a sound understanding of the building construction process, the stakeholders involved, and the technology options and ramifications that each choice holds. This book explains each of these elements so that decision-makers can navigate the building process with confidence.
Chapters include: Preparation and Planning; Technology Design Consultants; Space and Adjacency Requirements; Classroom Technology and Design; Courtroom Technology; Clinic Technology; and Building Accents.
The book is available via the ABA’s web store at http://apps.americanbar.org/abastore.
April M. Barton. Best Practices for Building a High-Tech Law School. American Bar Association, forthcoming 2012.