This ground breaking conference is the first to focus exclusively on teaching interviewing and counseling. The premise of the conference is that interviewing and counseling are essential skills to competent lawyering, and that major strides are being made in our thinking about how best to train students while still in law school.
The conference will address fundamental questions about what topics are essential when teaching students to interview and counsel clients; the particular challenges of different settings for training students such as the live client clinic or a simulation based course; the efficacy of alternative pedagogical approaches and how we think about teaching for retention. The conference will also introduce a wide range of innovative ideas about ways to enrich our teaching through technology, simulations and feedback mechanisms.
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