2023 Symposium on Teaching Law in a Time of Change and Conflict
On November 17th, 2023, the Chicago-Kent Law Review will host the 2023 Symposium on Teaching Law in a Time of Change and Conflict. Join Symposium Chairs Carolyn Shapiro and Christopher Schmidt, for a day examining the influence of recent legal developments, especially those from the Supreme Court, and the overall polarization of the nation on legal education. We'll explore the challenges for law professors in fields like criminal law, constitutional law, and administrative law and delve into different pedagogical approaches. Overall, the participants will evaluate the way legal change and political polarization raise new questions and challenges for those who prepare new lawyers.
The symposium will be in person and virtual. Attendance is free. Register at this link (https://bit.ly/LawSymposiumRegister) and learn more by visiting the symposium website. (https://bit.ly/LawSymposiumInfo) Please reach out to Danielle C. Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions. We hope you will join us.