November 3, 2007
more on HLE conference
The luncheon plenary on Saturday featured Paula Lustbader of Seattle University, who talked about law school orientation and analogized it to Dorothy's adventures in Oz. In a creative and thoughtful discussion of students' needs during orientation and after, she made two especially memorable points: first, we should be more present in our students' experience than Glenda the Good Witch (who flitted in and out and back again, but was not a helpful ongoing presence), and we should anticipate and preclude the surprise of the law school version of flying monkeys for our students whenever possible.
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