The second of this semester’s Mitchell Lectures is here. On Friday, April 8 at 1pm, three speakers will address what changes in the legal profession mean for law schools and legal education. Get yourself in the Mitchell mood by checking out these articles by Friday’s speakers.
Susan Carle, American University Washington College of Law
- Introduction: Symposium on Lawyers’ Special Responsibilities as Public Citizens in a Rapidly Changing World
- Progressive Lawyering in Politically Depressing Times: Can New Models for Institutional Self-Reform Achieve More Effective Structural Change?
- Re-Envisioning Models for Pro Bono Lawyering: Some Historical Reflections
Kevin Johnson, University of California Davis School of Law
- The Forgotten Constituency? Law School Deans and Students
- Immigration Law Clinic: Putting Theory into Practice and Practice into Theory
- The Importance of Student and Faculty Diversity at Law Schools: One Dean’s Perspective
Michael Schwartz, University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law
- Improving Legal Education by Improving Casebooks: Fourteen Things Casebooks Can Do to Produce Better and More Learning
- Revisiting the Characteristics of Effective Education
- Teaching Law By Design: How Learning Theory and Instructional Design Can Inform and Reform Law Teaching
We hope to see you at the Mitchell Lecture on Friday, April 8 at 1pm in 106 O’Brian Hall.