2019 AACRAO Annual Meeting (March 31 – April 3)
(Click on the session titles below for session notes and presentation materials)
Monday, April 1, 2019
Law School Assessment Practices
The American Bar Association Standard 314 mandates that both formative and summative assessments must be utilized by law schools, and provides definitions for the two different types of assessments; however permits some flexibility to allow variation of assessment programs from school to school. How are law schools developing their assessment practices to meet this standard?
Presenter: Paula McBride, University of Georgia
Graduate and Professional Issues Committee Panel Discussion
This panel will present and discuss issues that affect both graduate and professional schools. We will cover topics such as planning an appropriate orientation for adult learners and non-traditional students, dual degrees between graduate and professional schools and co-curricular transcripts. We will also open up the discussion to attendees that may have a topic of concern that this particular audience would be most suited to address. (this session is not a NNLSO session, but may be of interest to the NNLSO membership)
Presenter: Tracy Mourton, University of Virginia
Tuesday, April 2, 2019
New Law School Professionals
This discussion aims to provide opportunities for knowledge-sharing and potential collaboration. Veteran professionals will offer their thoughts and guidance for new professionals at law schools, providing up to date information on the latest trends and management techniques.
Presenter: Theresa Gallo, Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law
Presenter: Jerri Cunningham, Baylor Law
Roundtable: Law School Registrars & Admissions
Join in the roundtable discussion and learn how colleagues at other institutions deal with challenges similar to what you may be dealing with and gain ideas on how you might change or make improvement to your processes.
Wednesday, April 3, 2019
Self-Advocacy? What is it and Why Should I do it?
From professional development to performance evaluations, let us come together and chat around the moments to realize exactly what self-advocacy is and when and how to use it to our benefit.
Presenter: Connie Shipman, Campbell Law