Courtroom View Network is pleased to announce the launch of CVN Law School, a law student web portal integrating audio and video legal information to give students at 50+ law schools the most powerful way to learn the law.
AudioCaseFiles will be rebranded to become Courtroom View Network Law School (CVN Law School). The new website will be unveiled at the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) annual conference in Denver, July 10-13. This new website will be available at lawschool.courtroomview.com.
This move continues the integration between AudioCaseFiles and CVN. AudioCaseFiles is an online resource geared to law students and faculty that offers audio opinions of precedential judicial opinions. Over the last two years, AudioCaseFiles has also provided users with access to Courtroom View Network’s real trial video of prominent attorneys in compelling civil litigation. This move will fully integrate the two websites, making AudioCaseFiles a product of CVN Law School, CVN’s new law student portal.
“We are really excited about this latest upgrade to our law school offering,” said Stanley Goldberg, VP of Operations. “This transition will allow us to continue to add more content, more features, and be more responsive to our subscribers’ needs, while creating a seamless learning experience from law school to associate.”
The transition to CVN Law School will give AudioCaseFiles subscribers continued access to all previous content, and also provide new features from Courtroom View Network, such as legal news, an improved interface and improved functionality. The purpose of the change, according to Goldberg, is to “Even better prepare law students for their future as attorneys, from learning to doing.”
Law schools that currently subscribe to AudioCaseFiles will continue to use their same credentials to log in. CVN Law School will also offer individual subscriptions to law students whose law school does not subscribe.
To see the new website unveiling, visit the AudioCaseFiles / Courtroom View Network at Booth 515, at July’s AALL conference.
View the Press Release.