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MALLCO: Education & Events

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SUSAN URBAN

Executive Director

800 N. Harvey Ave

Oklahoma City, OK 73102

405-208-5393 (office)

405-640-7464 (cell)

mallcoexecutivedirector@gmail.com

Ignite: Legal Tech Innovation 2021

Ignite: Legal Tech Innovation 2021

hosted by Case Western Reserve School of Law and MALLCO

FREE Virtual Conference - July 14 and 15, 2021

Day one: Teaching Tech

July 14, 2021, 8:00am - 1:00pm (EDT)

Learn from expert law librarians and professors about how they are teaching various tech topics to their students. A few topics covered include eDiscovery, Blockchain, AI, and more! 

See the full agenda and register for day one here

Day two: Legal Tech Innovation

July 15, 2021, 8:45am - 4:35pm (EDT)

Panelists from the legal community, including attorneys, professors, and others share how they are using new technologies to shape the practice of law. 

See the full agenda and register for day two here

Legal Technology Webinars and Demos

In January 2019, MALLCO formed a Legal Technology Task Force to work to highlight and educate our members' in teaching Legal Technology. We hope you can join us for a series of webinars and vendor demos. Previously recorded presentations are provided below, as well as the schedule for upcoming webinars.


Previously recorded:

LegalMation

Teaching Legal Technology with Ken Hirsch and Shannon Kemen

Paul Callister on Hot Docs and Teaching Legal Technology

Legal Tech Overview and SimpleLaw Demo

LegalSifter Demo

Grant Writing Webinar Series

The Grant Prospecting and Proposal Writing Course is a two part, 4 hour webinar series customized to the needs of NELLCO, LIPA, and MALLCO members. Through two interactive classes, attendees will be given guidance on searching for grant opportunities from foundation and governmental sources, creating proposals for different types of projects, and building relationships with potential funders.

Every attendee will receive instruction on using Foundation Directory Online and other tools for identifying the best fit for each project. Attendees will learn a structure for successful grant proposals, and ways to tailor each proposal and budget to fit the requirements of each funder. Participants will also receive tips, model proposals, and guidance for enhancing the funder relationship.

The live webinars have been completed. You can watch the recordings and access the handouts below.

Part One: Grant Prospecting, September 26, 2018
Webinar Recording
Webinar Slides
Handouts:
Introduction to Finding Grants
Resource Guide
Foundation Directory Online Quick Guide

Part Two: Grant Proposal Writing, November 14, 2018
Webinar Recording
Handouts:
Proposal Project Outline Worksheet
Proposal Project Sample Outline
Need Statement Worksheet
Introduction to Project Budgets Handout
Introduction to Project Budgets Worksheet