Sunday, November 23, 2008

taking STEPPS to improve skills training for law students

Deans, law faculty, law librarians, and law school staff interested in curricular reform, professional responsibility training, and skills training are invited to learn more about a new program for legal educators: Skills Training for Ethical and Preventive Practice and career Satisfaction (STEPPS). (Click here to view the website for STEPPS and here to read an article with more information about the program.)

Reach California Western School of Law is hosting a presentation and reception from 4-7 p.m. on Tuesday, January 6, 2009, on its campus at 225 Cedar Street, San Diego, and it will provide transportation between the AALS Conference Hotel and the Law School for this event. Click here to register for the program.

Speaker for the program is Catherine Sanders Reach, Director of the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center, who will discuss "Technology, Ethics and the Practice of Law: Training the 21st Century Law Student."


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