USING LFPIII FOR EFFECTIVE EXPERIENTIAL TEACHING – IT’S NOT JUST FOR EXTERNSHIPS ANYMORE!

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Friday, 10:45 – 12:15 pm

USING LFPIII FOR EFFECTIVE EXPERIENTIAL TEACHING – IT’S NOT JUST FOR EXTERNSHIPS ANYMORE! 
ROOM LB 237

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SUPPORTING DOCUMENT

Susan L. Brooks, Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law

Nancy M. Maurer, Albany Law School

Alexander Scherr, University of Georgia School of Law

Leah Wortham, Columbus School of Law, The Catholic University of America

The facilitators are the co-editors of Learning from Practice: A Text for Experiential Legal Education, Third Edition. The new subtitle for the book, It’s Not Just For Externships Anymore!, reflects this edition’s design to be useful not only in externships but also other types of experiential teaching, e.g., in-house clinics, simulation courses, components of doctrinal courses, transition-to-practice programs. The session will highlight parts of the book the editors believe have the widest possible applicability across different types of courses and will engage participants in a teaching demonstration using material from the book on the topic of reflection. Persons attending this session will gain new ideas for addressing important topics in externship courses as well as learn effective techniques for integrating experiential methods into other courses.

 

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