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Teaching Cybersecurity Law and Policy

Date: Wednesday, July 20, 2022, 2:00 – 2:45 PM ET Webinar Description: U.S. Law schools have begun to offer various certificate programs, advanced degrees, and specialized executive education in the area of cybersecurity law and policy. As Professor Robert Chesney notes, while the subject’s evolving nature invites creativity, “the same quality makes it difficult to….

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Addressing Pandemic Technology in a Post-Pandemic World

Date: Wednesday, June 8, 2022, 2:00 – 2:45 PM ET Webinar Description: When the world shut down in 2020, the legal field had to utilize technology in new and innovative ways. We adjusted as needed to keep the wheels of justice moving. However, how do we as researchers and educators address the use of pandemic….

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AALS Website Improvements and Additions

AALS has made upgrades to its website, improving the experience for law faculty, deans, staff, and the public. First, the website includes a new AALS Member School Highlight series that will feature a different member school and focus on a recent program or accomplishment in order to showcase the rich variety of approaches to legal….

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International Jurisdiction and Stolen Art: Cassirer v. Thyssen at the Supreme Court

Date: Friday, December 3, 2021, 12:00 – 1:00 PM ET Webinar Description: In 1939, the German-Jewish owner of a Pissarro masterpiece “sold” the painting to a Nazi art dealer for the equivalent of $360 in exchange for a visa to exit the country.  After the war, the painting changed hands several times, and now resides in the….

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Top 5 Lessons Learned about Teaching from the Pandemic

Date: Wednesday, June 16, 2021, 2:00 – 2:45 PM EST Webinar Description: Wooo! We made it through the pandemic!  Now, let’s reflect on what we learned and see if there are any lessons learned that can advance law teaching. In this webinar I’ll share my top 5 takeaways about legal education from the pandemic: Law professors are….

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Creating, Building and Growing Law and Technology Centers: The Why, The What & The How

Date: Wednesday, May 19, 2021, 2:00 – 3:15 PM ET Webinar Description: If you take even a cursory glance at law schools’ websites, you will see a plethora of law tech courses of one kind or another included in the school’s curriculum. While some law schools have fully developed law tech centers, institutes, and certificate programs,….

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Spotlight on Sections: Business Associations

The Section on Business Associations promotes the communication of ideas, interests, and activities among members and makes recommendations on matters of interest in the teaching and improvement of the law relating to business associations. Chair: Andrew Tuch, Washington University in St. Louis School of Law Chair-Elect: Jessica Erickson, The University of Richmond School of Law….

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Spotlight on Sections: Balance in Legal Education

By Alyssa Greenstein The Section on Balance in Legal Education seeks to investigate, discover, and inspire those practices that support the well-being of law students, lawyers, and judges. The section encourages research into the conditions that allow students and practitioners to thrive, both personally and professionally, and informs the membership of the Association of American….

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Summer Webinar Series: Real-Time (inside the classroom) Formative Assessment using CALI Lessons

Real-Time (inside the classroom) Formative Assessment using CALI Lessons Date: 8/7/19 CALI has over 1000 lessons covering the core 1L subjects and many upper-level subjects as well. Additionally, faculty can create their own lessons or modify an existing CALI lesson to match their own pedagogy. Many faculty assign lessons as “homework” outside of the classroom.….

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