CISCO Does Case Study on TJSL’s Technology Achievements
June 12, 2012
Thomas Jefferson School of law was recently selected by the law school’s main information technology vendor Cisco for a case study of TJSL’s amazing technological achievements.
TJSL is among the most technologically innovative and advanced law schools in the United States, and the system was installed by Cisco, along with its partner TekWorks, at the law school’s new state-of-the-art downtown campus that opened in January 2011.
“We are very pleased with Cisco’s decision to do a case study on TJSL,” said James Cooper, TJSL’s Chief Information Officer. “Cisco’s recognition of what we have accomplished, in concert with both their Education Team and with TekWorks, is further validation of successful efforts to be technology leaders in education.”
The case study presents the challenges, the solutions and the results of custom-building the cutting-edge system for the law school.
It makes fascinating reading.