Friday, May 15, 2020
- Paul Horwitz (Alabama), Using the Diploma Privilege to Reflect on What We Do and What We Ought to Do
- Inside Higher Ed, Do Faculty Have The Right To Refuse To Teach In The Fall Due To COVID-19?
- Dan Rodriguez (Northwestern), LSAT-Flex, Test Adjustments, and Predictive Validity: At Least Some Intermediate Scrutiny Is Warranted, No?
- Michael Hunter Schwartz (Interim Provost, Pacific), Good College Teaching Does Not Require Sharing Air With Students
- Karen Sloan (Law.com), ABA Council Contemplates Expanded Powers, New Distance Ed Rules
- Mike Spivey, Universities, Colleges, and Law Schools Plan to Be Open On Campus This Fall
- State Bar of California Releases Results of February 2020 Bar Exam
- Laura A. Webb (Richmond), Speaking the Truth: Supporting Authentic Advocacy with Professional Identity Formation
- Mitchel L. Winick (President & Dean, Monterey College of Law), TaxProf Blog op-ed: Occam’s Razor: The Broken California Bar Exam
Quote of the week: "But great teaching and deep learning also happen online. ... What matters are active learning experiences that cause students to practice recalling and applying what they heard. The most effective teachers, whether they are teaching in person or online, plan their class sessions so that students devote the bulk of their time to using what they are learning." Michael Hunter Schwartz (Interim Provost, Pacific), Good College Teaching Does Not Require Sharing Air With Students