Live with Kellye & Ken: Envisioning Post-COVID Legal Education

Event Type: Virtual Industry Event

The September edition of Live with Kellye & Ken focused on Envisioning Post-COVID Legal Education. While law schools nimbly met the challenges of the 2020-2021 academic year, what will legal education look like post-COVID? Our panel of legal education experts discussed these imperative questions and more:

  • Should the ABA continue to give law schools the freedom to use the learning platform of their choice, separating the measurement of online education by the numerical counting of credits?
  • Is the online option the optimal way to advance inclusive legal education?
  • Will faculty workloads and curricular schedules look different even when schools are free to reopen?
  • How should the curriculum and pedagogy reflect and incorporate COVID-related changes in the legal profession?
  • Does the crisis of COVID liberate legal education to re-envision itself?

Deans Emeritus Kellye Testy (LSAC president and CEO) and Ken Randall (iLaw founder and president) explored these and related topics with:

  • Dean Mary Anne Bobinski (Emory)
  • Dean Camille Nelson (Hawaii)
  • Dean Laura Rosenbury (Florida)
  • Professor Bill Henderson (Indiana)>

This discussion included a Q&A period at the end.

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Event Type: Virtual Industry Event

The September edition of Live with Kellye & Ken focused on Envisioning Post-COVID Legal Education. While law schools nimbly met the challenges of the 2020-2021 academic year, what will legal education look like post-COVID? Our panel of legal education experts discussed these imperative questions and more:

  • Should the ABA continue to give law schools the freedom to use the learning platform of their choice, separating the measurement of online education by the numerical counting of credits?
  • Is the online option the optimal way to advance inclusive legal education?
  • Will faculty workloads and curricular schedules look different even when schools are free to reopen?
  • How should the curriculum and pedagogy reflect and incorporate COVID-related changes in the legal profession?
  • Does the crisis of COVID liberate legal education to re-envision itself?

Deans Emeritus Kellye Testy (LSAC president and CEO) and Ken Randall (iLaw founder and president) explored these and related topics with:

  • Dean Mary Anne Bobinski (Emory)
  • Dean Camille Nelson (Hawaii)
  • Dean Laura Rosenbury (Florida)
  • Professor Bill Henderson (Indiana)>

This discussion included a Q&A period at the end.

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