Summer Webinar Series: Using Technology to Advance Law Students’ Professional Identity Formation

Using Technology to Advance Law Students’ Professional Identity Formation

Date: 6/17/20

This webinar will discuss the use of technology to advance law student professional identity formation and professional development. Participants will explore best practices for helping law students develop critical skills and thinking around the use of technology as identified in the recent IAALS Foundations for Practice study, including the use of technology to support law student work experiences, the need for students to engage with technology as a means of professional branding and relationship building, and understanding how technology can be leveraged in the changing practice of law.

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Professor Leanne Fuith

Leanne Fuith is a Visiting Professor and the Dean of the Career and Professional Development at Mitchell Hamline School of Law where she teaches doctrinal and skills courses in the law school’s business curriculum and the required first-year professional development course, Foundations of Practice. Professor Fuith previously practiced business law, employment law, and commercial and employment litigation and served as a marketing strategy and corporate communications leader and managed negotiations for publicly and privately held businesses.