Sessions Information

  • January 5, 2021
    4:15 pm - 5:30 pm
    Session Type: Section Pedagogy Programs
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    Rapid technological developments in commercial transactions are forcing us to revise decades-old laws. Are today’s law professors up to the challenge of teaching this new content? Are today’s law students interested in learning it? Many people are concerned that not enough schools are teaching bread-and-butter Uniform Commercial Code classes such as Sales (Article 2) and Secured Transactions (Article 9). And far fewer are teaching courses centered on related subjects, such as Negotiable Instruments (Article 3) or Investment Securities (Article 8). Prominent members of the Uniform Law Commission and academics focused on UCC subjects will discuss changes to the law, law school pedagogy, and student demand will affect the UCC in the 21st century.
Session Speakers
University of Toledo College of Law

Washington and Lee University School of Law

Texas A&M University School of Law

Morgan Pottinger McGarvey

Session Fees
  • [2240] Commercial and Consumer Law, Co-Sponsored by Teaching Methods and Technology, Law and Legal Education - Teaching Commercial Law in the 21st Century: $0.00