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Marni Goldstein Caputo & Kathleen Luz, Beyond “Hard” Skills: Teaching Outward – and Inward-Facing Character-Based Skills to 1Ls in Light of ABA Standard 303(B)(3)’s Professional Identity Requirement. Abstract In this article, we share some ways in which we have adjusted…

The New Jersey Commission on Professionalism selected Professor Kevin Kelly, Associate Clinical Professor at Seton Hall University School of Law’s Center for Social Justice, as this year’s recipient of the prestigious Lighthouse Award. The award recognizes individuals who exhibit the utmost professionalism and integrity throughout their legal career and who serve as an inspiration and

Two Berkeley Law faculty members have been honored for their extraordinary classroom skills: Seth Davis with the school’s Rutter Award for Teaching Excellence and Kristen Holmquist with a UC Berkeley Distinguished Teaching Award(opens in a new tab). The Rutter Award has been given annually to a law professor since 1995, while the Distinguished Teaching Award recognizes a small group of faculty —

NEW YORK, May 22, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Brooklyn Law School announced today the new Fagen Professorship, which was created through a major gift from Les Fagen, a longtime member of Brooklyn Law School’s adjunct faculty and a veteran trial lawyer. Fagen established this endowed professorship as a tribute to the strength of the school’s faculty and