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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Best Faculty Workshop [Format] Ever!

Under the leadership of my colleague Professor Sudha Setty, WNE's newly-appointed Associate Dean for Professional Development, we are initiating a conversation to examine our faculty workshop format.  I'm interested in hearing about formats that have worked well at other law schools, including frequency, focus, and structure.  Do you have a set weekly time?  Monthly?  Workshopping by your faculty only or by outside guests as well?  A designated moderator?  Circulation of the draft beforehand, or workshopping of more nascent ideas?  All/some/none of the above?  I have in mind a platonic ideal of a faculty workshop, based on the norms of the institution that educated me.  However, it would be great to hear about different models, especially those that have worked well.

Posted by GiovannaShay on October 19, 2011 at 10:14 AM | Permalink


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