Webcam Like You Mean It

Webcam Like You Mean It

Date: Tuesday, July 13, 2021,  1:00 – 2:00 PM ET

Webinar Description:

Elisabeth Steele Hutchison, Co-Chair of the Section on Pre-Law Education and Admission to Law School will offer practical and cost-effective tips to elevate your video appearances and experiences.  Join this interactive and fast-paced workshop to:

Elisabeth has been teaching law professors and attorneys how to webcam using lessons from cinematographers, YouTubers & online gamers OF COLOR since 2020.


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Elisabeth Steele Hutchison, J.D., Director of Admissions & Faculty Specialist, University of Hawaii William S. Richardson School of Law

Elisabeth Steele Hutchison is a national leader in law school admissions.  She is passionate about educational institutions and committed to improving the systems that support them.

Elisabeth is co-chair of the Association of American Law Schools Section on Pre-Law Education and Admission to Law School.  She is a member of the executive council of The Network – An Organization of Law School Admissions Officers of Color, and an enthusiastic supporter of the Pacific Coast Association of Pre-Law Advisors. Elisabeth joined the board of the award-winning non-profit Law School Transparency in December 2019.

Elisabeth taught in the Women’s Studies Program at the University of Hawai`i at Mānoa and is an affiliate faculty member of the UHM Center for Teaching Excellence. She serves on the Faculty Mentoring Board Advisory Committee for the UHM Office of Faculty Development and Academic Support. In Spring 2019, she was selected for the UH President’s Emerging Leaders Program that identifies and develops future campus and system leaders. Elisabeth presently serves on the UH Commission on Racism and Bias.

Elisabeth is an alumna of Carleton College, where she served as a Young Alumni Carleton College Trustee, and the Yale Law School.  She graduated from Central High School in Capitol Heights, MD.

Previously, Elisabeth worked in The White House and at the Federal Emergency Management Agency.