On Tuesday 19 June Kennisha Austin, Assistant Dean, Experiential Education and Director of the Externship Program of Georgetown Law School, will lead a discussion on experiential legal education and share best practices for the development of this type of legal education.
|Datum||19 juni 2018|
This gathering is important for all lecturers within the faculty. With the start of the Amsterdam Law Practice in the coming academic year, experiential legal education as an educational method will have a structural position in the master programs, in the form of clinics, simulations and moot courts.
We expect that many of our lecturers will, sooner or later, be involved with this new method of education and will therefore want to learn more about designing courses for this type of education.
Because experiential legal education is new for our faculty, we invited Kennisha Austin, who as Assistant Dean, Experiential Education and Director of the Externship Program of Georgetown Law School, has a wealth of experience that she has kindly offered to share with us. Georgetown Law School has a unique program on experiential legal education , in which annually over 2000 students participate.
All lecturers are invited to the discussion to learn more about experiential legal education and how this can be incorporated in our programs.
The discussion will take place in REC A3.01, from 15.30 to 16.30 and will be followed by drinks.