Conferences | Institute for Law Teaching and Learning

I highly recommend the Institute for Law Teaching and Learning Conferences.  If you are in the US (possibly for Law and Society), make the time to get to this one as well. The Institute for Law Teaching and Learning is proud to host a conference addressing the many ways that law professors and administrators are …

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2019 AALS Workshop for New Law School Teachers | The Association of American Law Schools

Thursday, June 6 – Saturday, June 8 Washington, DC Whether you are about to begin your first semester of teaching or your fifth, this workshop provides an opportunity to consider your new career through your multiple roles as teacher, scholar, mentor, and institutional citizen. The conference is open to new and nearly-new law teachers, including …

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2019 ICPSR Summer Programs/Workshops

If you are contemplating legal educational research, this might be of interest to you. via Empirical Legal Studies Information on the 2019 ICPSR Summer programs and workshops is now available. FOUR-WEEK SESSIONS: Held in Ann Arbor, the Summer Program’s two separate Four-week Sessions (June 24 - July 19; July 22 - August 16) provide an …

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AALL/LexisNexis Call for Papers | Legal Scholarship Blog

via AALL/LexisNexis Call for Papers | Legal Scholarship Blog The AALL/LexisNexis Call for Papers invites long- and short-form submissions on any subject relevant to law librarianship. The winners in the Open, New Member, and Student Divisions will receive $650, and the Short Form Division winner will receive $300, all generously donated by LexisNexis. Co-authors of winning papers share …

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New Blog on Teaching and Learning Features Contributions from Law Faculty

Touro College has launched a Teaching and Learning Exchange Blog that all are welcome to drop in on.  Some of the recent posts discuss topics this Best Practices blog has highlighted in the past. For example, recent postings from four law faculty include: Laura Dooley , Hypo Hell: Using Short Form Questions in Class to Engage …

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Call for Proposals: Teaching Today’s Law Students

via Call for Proposals: Teaching Today’s Law Students – Topeka, KS | Legal Scholarship Blog The Institute for Law Teaching and Learning Summer Conference will be held June 3-5, 2019 at Washburn University School of Law in Topeka, Kansas. The conference theme is “Teaching Today’s Law Students”. The Institute for Law Teaching and Learning invites proposals for conference workshops addressing …

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