January 7, 2011
8:30 am - 10:15 am
Session Type: Section Programs
Session Capacity: N/A
Room: Bay View
Floor: Twenty-Fifth Floor
Addressing concerns in the Carnegie Report, among others, this session will be a roundtable discussion, with audience participation, of how we integrate practical problem-solving and doctrinal instruction in individual courses and curricula of law schools as a whole. It will include results of research about the extent to which such integration now occurs in law schools. We will also discuss specific ways that faculty have taken initiatives to accomplish this integration in their courses and law schools. Two of the panelists have successfully incorporated practical components into their doctrinal courses and textbooks and the other two panelists are co-chairs of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution’s new Legal Education, ADR, and Problem-Solving (LEAPS) Task Force.
Business Meeting at Program Conclusion.
Organization: Drake University Law School
Organization: The University of Michigan Law School
Organization: University of Missouri School of Law
Organization: Vermont Law and Graduate School
Organization: University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law
- 6120 Alternative Dispute Resolution: $0.00