Jessup 2024 Basic Materials are here!

The Jessup 2024 Basic Materials are now available on our Competitors page under “Jessup Problem and Basic Materials” and on your team homepages. These basic materials are intended to serve as the starting point for your Jessup 2024 research. However, teams are encouraged to conduct research beyond these basic materials. In a change of practice from previous years, ILSA will not be issuing a second batch of Basic Materials; instead, we will update this list from time to time. We encourage all teams to visit the basic materials page frequently to make sure that you have the latest materials. If you have any questions regarding basic materials, please email [email protected]. Continue reading “Jessup 2024 Basic Materials are here!”

Don’t miss our webinar on “Artificial Intelligence: Strategies for Effective Legal Research”

On August 17, 10am EST, ILSA will be hosting “Artificial Intelligence: Strategies for Effective Legal Research” on our Facebook and YouTube channel. Daniel Schwarcz from the University of Minnesota Law School will be giving advice on how teams can use AI most effectively during Jessup 2024. Prof Schwarcz has written extensively about the intersection of AI and law, including in the forthcoming paper AI Tools for Lawyers: A Practical Guide. If you want to submit questions in advanced for Daniel, click here.