Posts filed under ‘Clinical Education’
The 2016 AALS Conference on Clinical Legal Education covering the topic of “Clinics and Communities: Exploring Community Engagement Through Clinical Education” will be held April 30 to May 3, 2016, at the Marriott Waterfront Hotel in Baltimore. The bi-annual, half-day Workshop for New Law School Clinical Teachers will take place before the start of the main conference, on Saturday, April 30.
The Conference Planning Committee seeks proposals for concurrent sessions, workshop sessions, and posters, as well as volunteers to serve as facilitators for working groups. Proposals are due by September 25, 2015.
Click here for more information and the submission form.
Topics: Call for Proposals; Clinical Education.
Call for Proposals: Bringing Outside In: Social Justice Collaborations in the Legal Writing Curriculum
Just before the LWI Conference in Philadelphia in June 2014, a one-day workshop on Social Justice Collaborations in the Legal Writing Curriculum will take place in Philadelphia. You are invited to submit a proposal by August 9, 2013.
This free one-day workshop will explore how legal writing faculty can collaborate with clinics, non-profits, and pro bono projects to expand experiential learning opportunities for students by bringing social justice practice experience into legal writing teaching. For more details, go here.
Topics: Calls for Papers; Clinical Education; Legal Writing; Legal Education
The Institute for Law Teaching and Learning is seeking presentation proposals for the 2013 summer conference, “Hybrid Law Teaching” to be held June 7-9, 2013 at Washburn University School of Law in Topeka, Kansas.
Topics: Calls for Papers; Conferences and Symposia; Clinical Education; Legal Education
AALS Call for Papers: The Debt Crisis and the National Response: Big Changes or Tinkering at the Edges?
The AALS sections on Poverty Law and Clinical Legal Education will sponsor a joint program on January 5, 2013 at the AALS Annual Meeting, entitled The Debt Crisis and the National Response: Big Changes or Tinkering at the Edges?
In collaboration with the Georgetown Journal on Poverty Law & Policy, the joint session seeks papers for presentation and publication relating to the program’s topic. Submissions may include papers on substantive law, interdisciplinary innovation or analysis, policy, empirical work, or clinical pedagogy, that relate to the issues of debt and lending in a wide range of contexts.
The deadline for submitting papers has been extended to August 31, 2012. Authors of papers chosen for presentation and/or publication will be notified by September 28, 2012. Papers will be published in the June 2013 volume of the Journal. Eligibility: Full-time faculty members of AALS member law schools are eligible to submit paper. Papers should be submitted by email attachment to email@example.com.
For more details, go here.
Topics: Calls for Papers; Clinical Education; Consumer and Financial Services Law
Dean Managay Reddi and the University of Kwa Zulu-Natal Faculty of Law will host a two-day conference from December 10-12, 2012 in Durban, South Africa, to honor the South African human rights advocate, teacher, and scholar, Professor David McQuoid Mason. The conference is seeking paper submissions to be published as a scholarly volume.
Abstracts, no longer than one page, should be submitted by April 20, 2012 to firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions, please contact Penelope Andrews, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law, City University of NY School of Law at email@example.com.
Topics: Calls for Papers; Advocacy; Clinical Education; Legal Education
This new article was just published to SSRN. To read the full article, go here.
Topics: Legal Education; Clinical Education; Legal Profession; Legal Writing
This new article by Professor Douglas Colbert is now available on SSRN. Colbert suggests that law professors assume a critical role in law students’ decision to embrace or reject its pro bono ethical obligation. The author focuses on clinical faculty and suggests that its leadership within the academy will be crucial to bridge colleagues’ world of theory and doctrine, and to connect with practicing lawyers. He illustrates clinical faculty’s unique opportunity to incorporate the Model Rules of Professional Conduct by referring to the law reform and individual representation work that his clinical students perform. The author concludes by declaring clinical education presents an ideal opportunity for teaching students to appreciate their professional responsibility to promote access to justice and to embrace pro bono service as an integral element of a lawyer’s professional life.
Topics: Clinical Education