Sunday, April 25, 2010

Summer Conference on Teaching Law Practice Across the Curriculum (and a list of articles from the current issue of "The Law Teacher")

The Institute for Law Teaching and Learning Summer Conference will be held June 17-18, 2010 at Washburn University School of Law in Topeka, Kansas.  (This is just before theLegal Writing Institute Conference in Marco Island.) 

The Institute for Law Teaching is a combined effort between Gonzaga University and Washburn University.  Details about the conference--including a day-by-day breakdown of the schedule and the registration form--are available in the current issue of The Law Teacher (which also has some articles from legal writing folk such as Sophie Sparrow of the Franklin Pierce Law Center).

Click here to see the current issue of The Law Teacher.  Articles in the current issue include these:

  • Team-Based Learning
  • The Socratic Method Outline
  • Student Self-Assessment: Reflective Thinking and Journaling in Law School
  • Teaching State Criminal Law to 1Ls
  • Looking at the Initial Client Meeting through an Interdisciplinary Lens
  • Bringing Lawyers Back on Campus

Hat tip to  ALWD President-Elect J. Lyn Entrikin Goering

(mew)



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