Call for Proposals due March 1 for Conference on Online and Hybrid Legal Education

An announcement about a call for proposals about a conference this summer.

Just a quick reminder that the Institute for Law Teaching and Learning is accepting presentation proposals for its Summer 2020 conference, which will take place June 11-13, 2020 at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law.  The conference theme is “Effective Instruction in Online and Hybrid Legal Education,” which is designed to encompass a wide variety of topics in the context of online and hybrid learning environments, such as the effectiveness of online legal education generally, course and program design, assessment of student learning, promoting active learning and student engagement, teaching methods, providing feedback, and collaborative learning.

The Call for Proposals includes additional details about the conference and the proposal submission process.  The deadline to submit a proposal is March 1, 2020.  We hope that you’ll be able to join us in Little Rock in June, and we look forward to receiving your proposals!

Kelly S. Terry | Associate Dean for Experiential Learning and Clinical Programs
Ben J. Altheimer Professor of Law
University of Arkansas at Little Rock


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