Sessions Information

  • January 4, 2019
    10:30 am - 12:15 pm
    Session Type: Section Programs
    Session Capacity: N/A


    This program focuses on ways to structure inter-professional opportunities for law students to engage with students and professionals from other disciplines through a social justice lens. The program will explore how to promote and facilitate holistic problem identification, problem-solving and advocacy from a variety of disciplinary lenses and perspectives. Participants will learn how faculty can engage in research, service, and teaching to develop lawyers who can work across disciplines in pursuit of justice. This type of bridge-building is critical, in light of the many barriers to justice for the most vulnerable among us. The panel will explore how we can benefit from moving out of our silos and working with other professionals who share our social justice vision and aims.

    Business Meeting will be held during the section luncheon on Thursday, January 4, 2019 from 12:15 - 1:30 pm.

Date & Time
Speakers
Yael Cannon, Georgetown University Law Center

Natalie Chin, Brooklyn Law School

Professor Andrew Hsi, University of New Mexico Health Science Center Institute for Resilience, Health and Justice

Medha D Makhlouf, The Pennsylvania State University – Dickinson Law

Tomar Pierson-Brown, University of Pittsburgh School of Law

Sarah Steadman, University of New Mexico School of Law

Session Fees
  • [4250] Clinical Legal Education, Co-Sponsored by Law, Medicine, and Heath Care - Breaking Out of Silos: Bridging Disciplines to Create the Next Generation of Collaborators for Justice: $0.00
My Profile
My Committees
Events & Conferences
My Events
Directory of Law Teachers
Faculty Appointments Register
Recordings
Order History