A symposium at the College of Virginia College of Legislation will look at how attorneys are skilled and how legal training could boost.
“Interrogating Legal Pedagogy and Imagining a Greater Way to Prepare Lawyers” will be held on-line Feb. 18. The party is hosted by the Virginia Regulation Critique On the internet.
Presenters and panelists will explore gender and racial gaps in authorized instruction, regardless of whether authorized pedagogy must involve more medical or theoretical schooling, how legal pedagogy can exacerbate inequalities in the justice technique and the potential for authorized instruction to improve, amongst other topics.
The function will function two keynote addresses, by Professor LaToya Baldwin Clark of UCLA School of Law and by Alec Karakatsanis, founder and executive director of Civil Legal rights Corps.
“We required to host the symposium we wanted to go to. From the position of critical race principle in instruction to diversifying regulation school courses, these matters are surfacing in our working day-to-working day discussions appropriate now,” stated On-line Enhancement Editor Elizabeth Adler ’22. “How burgeoning legal professionals are taught specifically influences how they practice law, how the regulation forms and how culture reacts as a result. We imagine the ripple consequences of legal training are significant nonetheless beneath-discussed.”
(links for panels detailed individually down below)
- Risa Goluboff, Dean, Arnold H. Leon Professor of Regulation, Professor of Historical past, University of Virginia College of Legislation
- “Gender Variances in Legislation Faculty Classroom Participation: The Crucial Position of Social Context,” by Molly Bishop Shadel (Professor of Law, UVA), Sophie Trawalter (Affiliate Professor of Community Coverage and Psychology, UVA) and J.H. Verkerke (T. Munford Boyd Professor of Legislation, UVA)
- “The Gender Participation Gap and the Politics of Pedagogy,” by Anne Coughlin (Lewis F. Powell, Jr., Professor of Law, UVA) and Molly Bishop Shadel (Professor of Regulation, UVA)
- “Moving Legislation Instructing Past Thoughts to Spark Students’ Legal Imaginations,” by Sherri Lee Keene (Affiliate Professor of Regulation, Legal Observe, Georgetown Regulation) and Susan McMahon (Associate Clinical Professor of Legislation, Sandra Day O’Connor Faculty of Regulation)
- “Feminist Legal Record and Lawful Pedagogy,” by Paula Monopoli (Sol & Carlyn Hubert Professor of Law, Maryland)
11:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
- LaToya Baldwin Clark, Assistant Professor of Regulation, UCLA College of Law
Lunch for Registered Guests
Panel 1 | Crafting and Legal Abilities Instruction Throughout the Curriculum
- Bridget J. Crawford, University Distinguished Professor, Professor of Legislation, Elisabeth Haub College of Law at Tempo College
- Jennifer Murphy Romig ’98, Professor of Follow, Emory University University of Regulation
- Oscar J. Salinas, Director, Tutorial Excellence System and Clinical Professor of Law, University of North Carolina Faculty of Regulation
- Kathryn M. Stanchi, E.L. Cord Professor of Regulation, William S. Boyd Faculty of Law at UNLV
- Moderator: Joe Fore ’11, Professor of Law, Typical College Co-Director, Lawful Exploration and Producing Application, University of Virginia University of Law
Panel 2 | Instruction Legal professionals or Thinkers? Balancing Scientific and Theoretical Methods to Legal Schooling
- Deirdre M. Enright ’92, Professor of Law, Common College Director, Undertaking for Informed Reform, College of Virginia School of Legislation
- Robert R. Kuehn, Professor of Law, Washington University in St. Louis School of Legislation
- Daniel Nagin, Medical Professor of Regulation Faculty Director, WilmerHale Authorized Solutions Centre and Veterans Authorized Clinic, Harvard Regulation University
- Moderator: Sarah Shalf ’01, Professor of Law, Normal School Director of Clinical Packages, University of Virginia Faculty of Regulation
Panel 3 | The Relevance of Incorporating Race Into the Conventional Authorized Curriculum
- Carliss Chatman, Affiliate Professor of Regulation, Washington and Lee University School of Legislation
- Camille Gear Rich, Dorothy W. Nelson Professor of Regulation and Sociology, University of Southern California Gould College of Legislation
- Zahr K. Explained, Affiliate Dean, Exploration and College Enhancement Professor of Law, College of Washington University of Law
- Moderator: H. Timothy Lovelace Jr. ’06, John Hope Franklin Analysis Scholar, Professor of Legislation, Duke University School of Law
Discussion With the Hosts of the Podcast “5-4”
- Michael, Peter and Rhiannon, Hosts
- Moderators: Charles Barzun ’05, Horace W. Goldsmith Investigation Professor of Legislation Thomas Frampton, Associate Professor of Legislation, University of Virginia School of Law
- Alec Karakatsanis, Founder, Executive Director, Civil Rights Corps