Professors Jamie Kleppetsch and Mary Nagel
They have been invited to present at the Summer Conference of the Institute for Law Teaching and Learning at Gonzaga University School of Law in June 2012. They will be part of a panel discussing “It Just Makes Sense—How to Incorporate Critical Reading and Practical Teaching Into a More Complete Law School Learning Experience.”
The program will be divided into three parts. Professor Hilliary Burgess of Charlotte School of Law will speak first. Nagel will address the uses of “real world” tactics into a doctrinal class using a civil procedure class as an example to show how students hone their skills learned from critical reading and incorporate “legal strategy” into the classroom. Kleppetsch will address how John Marshall’s program underscores these skills by demonstrating how to incorporate these goals into a final examination for doctrinal classes.
Professor Paul Lewis
On Feb. 15, 2012, he spoke on “The Economy, Distributive Justice, and Climate Change” as part of the CLE series hosted by the Center for International Law.
He served as moderator for the discussion “Recent Issues Regarding Enforcing Security Interests: Repossession, Foreclosure Sales, Partial and Full Strict Foreclosure” given as part of the symposium “Recent Developments in UCC Article 9,” at the DePaul University College of Law on Feb. 17, 2012.