New Student Ambassador Program: We have started a LegalED student ambassador program. This initiative is aimed towards partnering with law students to help provide feedback on our video collections. The students will help advertise our content through their study groups and social media. In exchange for working with us the students will be able to be a part of the growing community to improve legal education.
They will be invited to join our Linkedin group, have their names & pictures shared on the website as well as have an opportunity to apply to speak at our Igniting Law Conference. If you know of law students who would be interested please pass along the application.
New YouTube Channel:
We have created a YouTube Channel to help share the videos from our Igniting Law Conference and partnership with FWD. Having the videos on YouTube as well as our website will help us share to a wider audience. If you have a YouTube account we encourage you to like our channel, comment on the videos and continuing sharing our links.
Video of the Month:
We will now start including the video of the month in our newsletter. The video will be chosen based on the amount of views and shares.
The video of the month will also be featured on the front page of our website.
This month’s winner is Jeremiah Ho, University of Mass. School of Law: “Not Your Father’s Case Method: Bringing Skills into Doctrinal Course”
Seeking Curators for Other Subject Areas: We would like to continue curating video collections in other subject areas and are looking for teams of curators (think book editors) to form for other subject areas. If you are interested in curating a collection of videos in your subject area, please let us know!
New Content on LegalED!
Be sure to check out what’s new on LegalED including:
Virgil Wiebe, University of St. Thomas School of Law, A Quick Look at Immigration Status: The Immigration Hotel, produced in collaboration with FWD.us
Philip Schrag, Georgetown University Law Center A Quick Look at the One Year Filing Deadline on Applications for Asylum, produced in collaboration with FWD.us
Jayesh Rathod, American University Washington College of Law, A Quick Look at Employment Authorization in Immigration Law, produced in collaboration w/ FWD.us
Thank you to the Uncommon Individual Foundation for their continued support.
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- 40 followers on Twitter
- An average of 100 views on the website a month
- 70 videos on the website
- 40 law professors who contributed content
- 25 law schools that contributed content
- 120 people who “joined”
- 288 followers on Twitter
- An average of 250 views on the website a week
- 140 videos on the website
- 98 law professors who have contributed content
- 48 law schools that have contributed content
- 377 people who have joined
Our progress thus far has been tremendous and we will update you each month on our growing audience. This wouldn’t be possible without YOU.
Thank you for being part of our growing community. We are excited to continue collaborating with you to enhance legal education.
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