CLCT is a leader in educating and training legal professionals on matters related to courtroom technology. CLCT staff offer theoretical and practical courses along with courtroom technology training. CLCT is also known for hosting conferences on the subject of legal technology, and for conducting regular technology demonstrations in the McGlothlin Courtroom. CLCT has found success in attracting both established and potential scholars in the field through its various fellowship programs. To explore the different education components of CLCT, choose a link from below:
- Courses and Trainings
- eLearning Professional Development (ePD) Program
- Legal Technology Summer Session
- McGlothlin Courtroom
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The Center for Legal & Court Technology has introduced a new professional education development certificate program in a blended-learning format: Introduction to the US Legal System. This program, designed for congressional and state legislative staffers, legal system professionals, legal technology company staff, journalists, and anyone else interested in understanding more about American Law and our legal system. The complete course consists of a 3-day on campus component, distance learning Part One (Law and the Legal System) and Part Two (Litigation and Substantive Law), along with an option National Center for State Courts (NCSC) Rule of Law Programming. Click here to learn more and register! “Introduction to the U.S. Legal System provides a compact and in-depth opportunity for non-lawyers to develop savvy in dealing with the legal community and legal issues. The legal system can seem to operate by an arcane set of rules and principles. this course provides the … More »
eLearning opportunities have begun at William & Mary Law School and the Center for Legal & Court Technology (CLCT). We offer “on-demand” courses for students, alumni, attorneys, paralegals, litigation support professional, law enforcement, eDiscovery service providers and courtroom technologists for career development and advancement. Click here to learn more about our 2013 eLearning courses!