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8:30 am:  Registration & Continental Breakfast

9:00 am: Welcome and Introduction

Billie Jo Kaufman, American University Washington College of Law

Michele Pistone, Villanova University School of Law

9:15 am: Law Teaching in the 21st Century

    Warren Binford, Willamette Univ. College of Law: How to Be the World’s Best Law Student

Susan Brooks, Drexel LawForming Resilient Lawyers 

Jay Finkelstein, DLA Piper: Putting it Together: School by School

Shaun Jamison, Concord Law School: Get Out of the Way: Students Preparing Themselves for a Law Practice Future

Susan Nevelow Mart, Univ. of Colorado @ Boulder: Are Your Students 21st Century Researchers?

Jennifer Spreng, Arizona Summit Law School: Integrating First Year Courses

Emmy Reeves, Univ. of Richmond School of Law: Flipping Bar Prep

Craig Forcese, Univ. of Ottawa: Deploying Experts in a Flipped Classroom: Active Use of a Passive Learning Resource

 10:45 am - 11:00 am: Break

 11:00 am: Applying Learning Theory to LegalEDucation

Deb Cohen, Univ. of District of Columbia: Unlearning: The Hardest Part of Law School

Jill Smith, Georgetown Law: Bringing Transliteracy to Legal Education

Jack Preis, Univ. of Richmond School of Law: We Are Always Team Teaching

Sarah Booher, Duncan School of Law: Engendering Success for ADHD/Kinesthetic Learners

Jeremiah Ho, Univ. of Mass School of Law: Unhiding the Socratic Ball: Transparency in Teaching Law for the Digital Age

11:45 am: The Art & Craft of Law Teaching

Nancy Millar, Arizona Summit School of Law: Teaching Perseverance: The Rewrite Loop

Michael Collatrella, McGeorge Pacific School of Law: What I Learned About Teaching Law from Being an Art Student

Richard Seamon, Univ. of Idaho College of Law: 5 Features of Effective Graphics

12:30 pm: Luncheon

1:30 pm: Using Technological Tools for Legal Education

    Mark Edwards, William Mitchell College of Law:  Using Content-Embedded Concept Maps as Casebook Replacements

Sydney Beckman, Duncan School of Law: Five Tips for Using Interactive Technology to Comply with ABA Standard 314

Audrey Fried, Univ. of Toronto: How to Use Online Discussion to Ignite Law Teaching 

Matthew Homewood, Nottingham Law School: Mobile Devices in the Classrooms: Recognizing the Challenges, Embracing the Opportunities

Sarah Glassmeyer, CALI: OMG: What’s with all the Os?

2:30 pm: Pathways to Practice – Part 1

Paula Schaefer, Univ. of Tenn. College of Law: Tips for Finding Professionalism Lessons Hiding in Plain Sight in Every Casebook

Ryan Anderson, Bighorn Law: Teams and Technology: How the New Breed of Attorney Operates

Lucy Jewel, Univ. of Tenn. College of Law: Old School Rhetoric and New School Cognitive Science

Kristen Tiscione, Georgetown Law: Teaching Analysis as More than Arrangement

Ruth Anne Robbins, Rutgers School of Law-Camden: Writing the Client into the Argument: Image Decision, Word-Choice Precision.    

3:30 pm - 3:45 pm: Break

3:45 pm: Pathways to Practice – Part 2

Shannon Salter, UBC Faculty of Law: Unprecedented: Teaching Law Students to Think Like Law Reformers

Jill Engle, Penn State Law: Helping Your Law Students Find Their Professional Identity Through Reflective Learning: Professor’s Perspective

Courtney Kiehl, Penn State Law: Helping Your Law Students Find Their Professional Identity Through Reflective Learning: Student’s Perspective

Thank you!

This conference wouldn't be possible without all the hard work from the presenters and the support from American University Washington College of Law and the Uncommon Individual Foundation.  

Special thanks to Bryan Rapp, Russel Confroy and their staff from the Pence Law Library at Washington College of Law and CALI for providing sponsorship for the video editing process.