February 2015: Engaging the Entire Class–Strategies for Enhancing Participation & Inclusion in Law School Classroom Learning

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February 28, 2015

UCLA School of Law

This conference was designed for all law faculty (full-time and part-time) who wanted to develop techniques for engaging diverse and distracted law students. Each workshop session was presented by a teacher featured in the recent Harvard University Press book, What the Best Law Teachers Do.

Conference Structure:
The one day conference began with an optional welcome on Friday evening. On Saturday, the conference included an opening and closing led by ILTL co-Directors and consultants, and five workshop sessions.

Presenters: 
•    Patti Alleva (University of North Dakota)
•    Steve Friedland (Elon University)
•    Steven Homer (University of New Mexico)
•    Nancy Levit (University of Missouri – Kansas City)
•    Hiroshi Motomura (UCLA)

By the end of the conference, participants had concrete ideas for enhancing participation and inclusion in law school classrooms to take back to their students, colleagues, and institutions. 

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