Event Title

Integrating Quick Classroom Exercises the Connect Doctrine and Skill and Still Allow You (and Your Students) to Sleep at Night

Start Date

26-8-2017 2:30 PM

End Date

26-8-2017 2:55 PM

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Researching in Civil Procedure? Writing client letters in Professional Responsibility? Drafting law and motion in Evidence? This presentation and discussion will focus on the benefits of assignments in doctrinal courses that challenge students to draw on their legal research and writing skills as well as writing class assignments that reinforce or expand what students are learning in their doctrinal courses. We will discuss our experiences with the benefits and challenges of both and share some quick exercises for use in Legal Research and Writing, Civil Procedure, Legal Ethics, and more.

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Aug 26th, 2:30 PM Aug 26th, 2:55 PM

Integrating Quick Classroom Exercises the Connect Doctrine and Skill and Still Allow You (and Your Students) to Sleep at Night

Researching in Civil Procedure? Writing client letters in Professional Responsibility? Drafting law and motion in Evidence? This presentation and discussion will focus on the benefits of assignments in doctrinal courses that challenge students to draw on their legal research and writing skills as well as writing class assignments that reinforce or expand what students are learning in their doctrinal courses. We will discuss our experiences with the benefits and challenges of both and share some quick exercises for use in Legal Research and Writing, Civil Procedure, Legal Ethics, and more.