Teaching Justice Webinar Series

A project of CLEA's Best Practices Committee

What is the Teaching Justice Webinar Series?

The Teaching Justice Webinar series highlights new experiential approaches to teaching justice in the classroom, drawing on the wisdom of the current resistance movement and examining its intersections within a number of areas of law. This series explores the theory behind experiential faculty’s decision-making processes during an intense political movement, asking the question, “How do we show up as lawyers and teachers?” Presenters hope to develop a shared vocabulary and a deeper understanding of what it means to be a lawyer, whether we consider ourselves movement lawyers, rebellious lawyers, or transformative lawyers. 

Upcoming Teaching Justice Webinars

More information about the 2023-2024 Teaching Justice Webinar series will be posted in the Fall!

Past Teaching Justice Webinars

Spring 2023

Teaching Justice through Reparations: a Cross-Clinic Collaboration

April 13, 2023

Taught by Lynnise E. Pantin (Columbia), Amber Baylor (Columbia), Tomica Saul (Columbia)

March 8, 2023

Teaching Justice through Critical Race Lawyering

Taught by Erika Wilson (UNC)

January 31, 2023

Teaching Justice under the ABA's Standard 303 mandate

Taught by Carolyn Grose (Mitchell Hamline); Gautam Hans (Cornell); Renee Hatcher (UIC Law); and Elizabeth Cooper (Fordham)

Fall 2022

December 8, 2022 

Participatory Scholarship & Redeeming Justice

Taught by Rachel Lopez (Drexel), Kempis “Ghani” Songster and Terrell “Rell” Carter

November 10, 2022

Critical Legal Research: Teaching Social Justice-Oriented Research in Clinic

Taught by Priya Baskaran (American) Nicholas Mignanelli (Yale)

October 18, 2022

Teaching Justice through a Policy Advocacy Clinic

Taught by Stephanie Campos Bui (Berkeley Law) and Rachel Wallace (Berkeley Law)

Spring 2022

April 20, 2022

Teaching Justice through Clinical Deaning

Taught by Robin Walker Sterling (Northwestern Law)

April 1, 2022

Teaching Justice and Equity through Externships

Taught by Alexi Freeman (Denver Sturm College of Law)

February 24, 2022

Teaching Justice Through Critical Race Theory 

Taught by Karla McKanders (Vanderbilt Law)

Teaching Justice through Freedom Pedagogy

November 11, 2021

Taught by Norrinda Hayat (Rutgers Law)

Teaching Justice through Teaching Ethics 

October 12, 2021

Taught by Gautam Hans (Vanderbilt Law School)

Teaching Justice through Abolition

March 15, 2021

Taught by Alexis Hoag (Columbia Law School) 

Lawyering Across Silos for Community Equity

February 25, 2021

Taught by Deborah Archer (NYU Law School) & Kele Stewart (University of Miami)

Teaching Human Rights Lawyering Through the Lens of Critical Theory

November 18, 2020

Taught by Denisse Córdova Montes & Caroline S. Bettinger-López (University of Miami Law School) 

Beyond the Carceral State: Critically Teaching Criminal Law & Criminal Procedure

October 30, 2020

Taught by Amna Akbar (Ohio State University Moritz College of Law) and Jocelyn Simonson (Brooklyn Law School)

Teaching Justice by Keeping Families Together 

January 23, 2020 

Taught by Erin Miles Cloud (Movement for Family Power) & Bobbi Butts (Starting Over Inc.) 

Teaching Environmental Justice Through Transactional Law

December 12, 2019

Taught by Camille Pannu

Teaching Racial Justice

June 26, 2019 

Taught by Jyoti Nanda (UCLA School of Law, Youth & Justice Clinic) and Mary Yanik (Tulane Law, Immigration Practicum and Senior Staff Attorney, New Orleans Workers' Center for Racial Justice

Teaching Justice through Misdemeanor Defense

April 9, 2019

Taught by M. Eve Hanan (UNLV, Boyd School of Law), Robin Walker Sterling (Denver, Sturm College of Law), Rachal Moran (University of St. Thomas School of Law), and Anne Traum (UNLV, Boyd School of Law).

Teaching Justice in the Context of Immigrants’ Rights

December 6, 2018

Taught by Annie Lai, Clinical Professor of Law and Co-Director of the Immigrant Rights Clinic at the University of California, Irvine School of Law, and Sameer Ashar, Vice Dean for Experiential Education and Professor of Law, UCLA. 

Download the powerpoint presentation used during the December 6th webinar here.

Shifting Power through Transformative Lawyering in Community Economic Development

September 26, 2018 

Taught by Renee Hatcher, Assistant Professor of Law and Director of the Business Enterprise Law Clinic at The John Marshall Law School, Alicia Alvarez (Michigan Law), Dorcas Gilmore (Univ. of Maryland Law), and Susan Bennett (American University – WCL).

For questions about this series please contact the co-directors of the webinar series sub-committee, Laila Hlass lhass@tulane.edu or Allison Korn korn@law.ucla.edu.


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