Future of Legal Education

 

Legal Intelligence Through Artificial Intelligence Requires Emotional Intelligence: A New Competency Model for the 21st Century Legal Professional

Describing the increasing importance for legal professionals to develop emotional intelligence given the increasing utilization of artificial intelligence in the delivery of legal services.
35 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 1153 (2019)
(https://papers.ssrn.com/abstract_id=3425333)

Engaging the Real World–Globalization and the Technological Revolution (plenary panel presentation)

Discussing the ADR field’s need to recognize the connection among law, technology, and dispute resolution skills.
Appreciating our Legacy and Engaging the Future: An International Conference for Dispute Resolution Teachers, Scholars, and Leaders, Pepperdine School of Law Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution, June 2019

The Delta Model: A Competency Model for the 21st Century Legal Professional

Introducing the Delta Competency Model as a more comprehensive, inclusive, and iterative model for legal educators, law students, and legal professionals to inform career development.

Chicago Legal Innovation Meet-Up, October 2018

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Future of Legal Education

How the Delta Model recognizes the changing nature of legal services
University of Florida Faculty Workshop, October 2018

How to Leverage the Delta Competency Model to Individualize Legal Education

Discussing the adaptability of the Delta Model to tailor legal education choices to the specific needs of the students and school
Wolters Kluwer Leading Edge Conference, July 2018

 

Sparking Innovation in the Classroom: How to Introduce Law Faculty to Instructional Technology

Identifying the components to the success of Northwestern Pritzker School of Law’s TEaCH LAW program
TEACHx, May 2018
CaliCon 2018, June 2018

 

Incorporating Tech Fluency Across the Law School Curriculum

Exploring possible models for increasing law student tech fluency by systematically incorporating technology skills and problem-solving exercises across the curriculum
Summit on Law & Innovation, Vanderbilt, April 2018

 

Legal Education Response to Emerging Technology & the Law

Presenting current curricular initiatives within legal education and proposing law schools incorporate more technology into legal education across the curriculum regardless of subject matter
Chicago Legal Innovations and Technology Meet-Up, February 2016

 

Disrupt the Norm: Technology for Today’s Classroom

Demonstrating the value of incorporating technology in the legal education classroom
AALS Teaching Methodologies Video Series, May 2015https://vimeo.com/155328791

 

Integrating Emerging Technology in the Classroom

Presenting ways for legal educators to utilize current and emerging technology to better engage tech-savvy students during class including Video-conferencing, Google Apps, Social Networking, and user created content online
ABA-DR Annual Conference, April 2014
AALS Webinar (with Kara Young), March 2015
AALS Clinical Conference, May 2015

 

Using Technology Wisely in the Classroom

Discussing the use of laptops in the classroom and emerging technology
ADR Prof Blog, Indisputably, June 2014http://www.indisputably.org/?p=5652

 

Technology in the Classroom

Providing resources for better engaging students using technology in the classroom
ABA Section of Dispute Resolution Just Resolutions E-Newsletter, December 2012:  http://www.americanbar.org/groups/dispute_resolution/publications/just_resolutionsarchive/2012.html