Saturday, August 6, 2016
The Southeastern Association of Law Schools 2016 Annual Conference continues today in Amelia Island, FL. Among today's highlights:
Philosophies and Approaches to Law School Teaching
What are the philosophies of teaching held by experienced and effective law professors? How do these teachers approach the law school classroom? More specifically, how do the professors define their learning goals for their students? What are the things these teachers do that make them effective? This panel answers these and other questions about the art and science of teaching.
- Ericka Kelsaw (Texas Southern) (moderator)
- Enrique Armijo (Elon)
- Dustin Benham (Texas Tech)
- Susan Kuo (South Carolina)
View from the Publishers: Changes in Legal Education and Educational Materials
In this panel, representatives of the major publishers will provide their perspectives on how legal education is changing, how those changes will affect law schools, and the future of the publishing business. Particular emphasis will be given to how teaching materials are changing in the electronic era.
- Billie Jo Kaufman (American) (moderator)
- Pamela Siege Chandler (West)
- John Mayer (CALI)
- Scott Sipe (Carolina Academic Press)
- Joe Terry (Wolters Kluwer)