Technical Level: Medium
Hurrican Katrina, 9/11, floods, ice-storms, flu pandemics, electrical outages…the list of possible ways that your law school may be shut down is long. This doesn’t mean you have to lose an entire semester or endure major disruptions to your faculty and students’ lives. CALI is proposing the creation of a Law School Disaster Preparedness Plan where two web servers will be hot and ready to go with a variety of pre-installed software that law schools can use in case of small and large disasters. At the very least, this can be a single location to get information out to your constituency and at the most, it can be a place to deliver educational content in the form of web pages, blog posts, podcasts and video so that you don’t have to cancel an entire semester just because your building is unavailable for a couple of weeks. Ben Chapman and John Mayer will lay out the basic plan and then use the majority of the session to discuss details like what other services should be offered, how can schools pre-prepare for disaster and what are law schools willing to do about disaster preparation.
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Assistant Dean for Information Technology
Emory University School of Law
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