Friday Schedule

November 9, 2012

Description: Midwest Clinical Conference 2012

FRIDAY

Time
Location
Event/ Topic/Presenters
1-5 PM Vincent Immel Atrium Conference Registration

2:30-3:45 PM

Morrissey Hall
Room 302

New Clinicians Workshop
Evolution ThroughTime: How Lessons Learned from a New, Experienced and Adjunct Clinician Give Perspective and Direction on Student Learning and Programmatic Challenges/Changes


"Expanding Experiential Learning Opportunities during Law School and Beyond"

In this presentation, Prof. Dea Lott will discuss her perspectives as an adjunct clinician involved in a medical-legal partnership and describe her efforts to expand the role of the law school clinic beyond student teaching through the development of an "alumni clinic". In addition, Prof. Lott will provide helpful suggestions for discovering funding opportunities and utilizing external resources to create and sustain similar programs.

Carrie Hagan, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
Dea Lott, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
Kimberly Jordan, Moritz College of Law, The Ohio State University

4-5:15 PM

 Morrissey Hall
William H. Kniep Courtroom

Opening Plenary
Looking Back and Thinking Forward: The State of Clinical Legal Education and Clinicians

Drawing from data gathered in the Center for the Study of Applied Legal Education’s 2007-8 and 2010-11 surveys, and from other studies and reports, Professors Kuehn and Santacroce will discuss the evolution of clinical legal education and educators over the last quarter century. The session also will provide information about the characteristics, rights, and duties of clinical faculty at 160 law schools, allowing the attendees to consider the possible need for changes at their own institutions or the challenges faced by clinical legal education as a whole. Finally, the plenary will use the CSALE data to explore potential future trends in clinical legal education.

David Santracroce, University of Michigan School of Law
Bob Kuehn, Washington Univeristy School of Law

5:45-6:30 PM

Il Monastero,
3050 Olive Boulevard

Cocktails

6:30-8:30 PM

Welcome

Tom Keefe, Saint Louis University School of Law

Dinner and Entertainment
Prison Project: Green Eggs and Hamlet

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