Sunday, May 1, 2022

Balance in Legal Education Presentation Series

The AALS Section in Balance in Legal Education's General Programming Committee are excited to invite you to participate in the Section's second-annual six-part Summer Speed Idea-Sharing Presentation Series.

Each session will feature a collection of brief presentations highlighting different successful approaches to the implementation of the new ABA Standards for Legal Education, specifically Standards 303(b) (professional identity formation), 303(c) (cross-cultural competency, bias, and racism), and 508(b) (law student well-being resources). The speed presentations will be by Q&A and conversation.

The first session in the series will be Tuesday, May 3 @ 4 pm ET.


Natalie Netzel, Assistant Professor of Law and Co-Director of Clinics, Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Speakers & Presentations:

  • Janice Craft, Director of Professional Identity Formation and Assistant Professor of Legal Practice
    •  Faculty Advising and Professional Identity Formation
  • Larry Krieger, Clinical Professor and Co-Director of Clinical Externship Programs, Florida State University College of Law
    • Creating a Vision of Possibilities for Joy in the Law
  • Lynn Lemoine, Dean of Students, Mitchell Hamline School of Law 
    • Creating a Community of “Mutual Care”
  • Jerry Organ, Bakken Professor of Law and Co-director of the Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership in the Professions, University of St. Thomas School of Law
    • Client Counseling Scenario with Reflection
  • Katrina Robinson, Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Oregon School of Law
    • Cross-Cultural Competency Exercise

The links for registration are in the google group.

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