AALS Directors – Reflecting on Recent Expansions and Experimentations in Experiential Learning

Donna Lee, City University of New York School of Law

America Polarized: What Drives Us Apart? What Brings Us Together

Daniel Yudkin, Yale University

Anti-Bias Teaching and Supervision

Susan Brooks, Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law

Breaking the Hierarchy

Inga Laurent, Gonzaga University School of Law

Can State Bar Associations Overcome Polarization in the Academy and Improve Legal Education by Reforming Admissions Standards? Lessons from California

Charles Weisselberg, University of California, Berkeley School of Law

Death of a Clinic

Suzan Pritchett, Drake University Law School

Competence Challenges vs. Conference Challenges: Exploring Tools for Combatting Imposter Syndrome

Kristen Hulse, University of Denver Sturm College of Law

Fostering Initiative: A Scientific Look at Why Some Students Lack Initiative and How to Help Them Develop this Skill

Nira Geevargis, University of San Francisco School of Law

I Just Met You, And This is Crazy, But Here’s My Number, So Call Me Maybe: Developing Student Attorney-Client Relationships and Communication from Afar

Anne Schaufele, American University Washington College of Law

Implementation Negotiation: A Transactional Skill that Builds on and Transforms Classic Negotiation Theory

Tina Stark, Emory University School of Law (retired)

Lawyering with Technology: Skills and Habits of Mind for Teaching How to Lawyer Effectively for Change

Ann Juergens, Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Learning in Baby Jail: Lessons from Law Student Engagement in Immigration Detention Centers

Erica Schommer, St. Mary’s University School of Law

Media Advocacy in Clinical Teaching: Reclaiming Client Narratives in a Time of Polarization

Anna Kirsch, Golden Gate University School of Law

Meeting at the Intersection of Scholarship and Clinical Practice

Margaret Johnson, University of Baltimore School of Law

Melting Polar Icebergs: Teaching Law Students to Access Empathy

Katie Meyer, Washington University in St. Louis School of Law

Polarization in the Legal Academy: A Conversation on Looking Inward to Break New Ground

D’lorah Hughes, University of California, Irvine School of Law

Poster Session Innovation and Tradition – A Survey of IP and Technology Legal Clinics

Vicki Phillips, American University, Washington College of Law

Red-Bottom Shoe Activism: Privilege, Power, and Pedagogy

Karla McKanders, Vanderbilt University Law School

Stimulating Simulations: Framing and Debriefing Provocative In-Class Roleplays

Lydia Nussbaum, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law

Stories for the Non-Believer: Credibility, Psychology, and Persuasion

Estelle Mckee, Cornell Law School

The New Clinicians’ Tool Kit

Shanta Trivedi, University of Baltimore School of Law

Teaching About Racial and Economic Justice in the Age of Trump

Ragini Shah, Suffolk University Law School

Tools for Addressing Implicit Bias with the Next Generation

Susanna Greenberg, Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law

Untangling Fear in Lawyering

Heidi Brown, Brooklyn Law School

What’s Economic Inequality Got to Do with It? Everything! Strategies for Teaching Economic Inequality in Clinics

Gowri Krishna, New York Law School

What We Talk About When We Talk About Empathy

Lynn Lu, City University of New York School of Law

Will Bar Admission Standards Promote Adequate Legal Education in Practice Skills, Professionalism and Values for Tomorrow’s Lawyers? Lessons from New York

Vanessa Merton, Pace University Elisabeth Haub School of Law