Creating Assessments with Generative AI

Date: Wednesday, May 22nd from 2:00 – 2:45 pm EST/1:00 – 1:45 pm CT/12:00 – 12:45 pm MT/11:00 – 11:45 am PST

This webinar is on the use of Generative AI to create multiple-choice questions with rationales and essays with model answers for team-based learning assignments in law courses. By harnessing the power of AI, professors can efficiently generate high-quality assessments, provide immediate feedback, and foster critical thinking among students. I’ll discuss the benefits, implementation steps, and potential impact of integrating AI-generated assessments into our curriculum to enhance student outcomes.

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Korin Munsterman, Faculty Director, University of North Texas at Dallas College of Law


Professor Korin Munsterman joined the University of North Texas (UNT) Dallas College of Law in May 2021 as Professor of Practice and Director of the Legal Education Technology program. She earned her juris doctorate degree from American University Washington College of Law, and her Masters of Library and Information Science at Florida State University. Her current research focuses on artificial intelligence and the law.

Professor Munsterman brings valuable experience to UNT Dallas College of Law, having previously worked at distinguished institutions like Harvard Law School, Harvard Business School, American University Washington College of Law, and UMass Dartmouth School of Law. Over the course of her career, she has had the opportunity to consult with various law schools, firms, and government agencies on integrating technology into legal practice and education. She has developed online LL.M. programs, and was commissioned by BARBRI to develop a prototype course for use in schools that offer online J.D. programs.

At UNT Dallas College of Law, Professor Munsterman aims to equip students with relevant technical skills through courses in AI and the Law, Law Practice Technology, and Social Media and the Law. She strives to share practical insights drawn from her prior hands-on experience with legal technologies. She also has experience teaching criminal law, advanced criminal procedure, and advanced legal research.

As she has at other law schools, Professor Munsterman works collaboratively with faculty to integrate innovative technologies into their courses, including team-based learning platforms and applications of generative AI. Her efforts help ensure an interactive curriculum at the cutting edge of legal education. She also works with the law school administration to leverage technology to improve systems and services.

Her teaching and research interests include examining how legal practice and technology intersect and complement each other in impactful ways. She is currently working on her first book, AI and the Practice of Law in a Nutshell. Professor Munsterman is dedicated to preparing UNT Dallas College of Law students to meet the opportunities and challenges of 21st century law practice.