Friday, November 2, 2012
Materials now online from U. Missouri symposium on "Overcoming Barriers in Preparing Law Students for Real-World Practice"
On October 19, U. Missouri hosted a symposium on the future of legal education featuring several key speakers including Lisa Kloppenberg, Clark Cunningham, Barbara Glesner Fines, David Moss, Hon. Solomon Oliver, John Phillips, and Judith Welsh Wegner. More information is available from the school's website here.
We've learned that the program was a rousing success and symposium papers as well as the speakers' PowerPoints have now been posted online. They include the following:
The following papers and powerpoint presentations were prepared for the University of Missouri School of Law Center for the Study of Dispute Resolution Symposium, "Overcoming Barriers in Preparing Law Students for Real-World Practice," taking place on October 19, 2012. The papers and powerpoints are interim drafts. Please do not cite or quote them without the authors' consent.
- Lisa A. Kloppenberg, "Training the Heads, Hands and Hearts of Tomorrow's Lawyers: A Problem Solving Approach"Powerpoint
- Clark D. Cunningham, "What Do Clients Want From Their Lawyers?"Powerpoint
- Barbara Glesner Fines, "Out of the Shadows: Incorporating Legal Research Instruction Throughout the Curriculum"Powerpoint
- David M. Moss, "The Hidden Curriculum of Legal Education: Toward a Holistic Model for Reform"Powerpoint
- Hon. Solomon Oliver, Jr., "Educating Law Students for the Practice: If I Had My Druthers. . ."
- John R. Phillips, "Seismic Shift from Litigation to Problem-Solving"
- Judith Welch Wegner, "Cornerstones, Curb Cuts, and Legal Education Reform"Powerpoint
You can also check out some videotaped presentations from the weekend below or by clicking here.
|What Law Firms and Clients Need from Lawyers
Clark D. Cunningham, Hon. Solomon Oliver Jr., John R. Phillips
|Assessing Reforms in Legal Education: What Has and Hasn't Worked Well
Judith Welch Wegner, David M. Moss, Barbara Glesner Fines