The Crisis We Needed

I had the honor and privilege of closing out (virtual) CALIcon2020 yesterday (5 June), and this is a quick post to share my slides from the talk.

View the slides here.

BTW, the CALI crew did a phenomenal job producing a highly engaging, energetic, and informative virtual event. Kudos!

I’ll be using this talk as a framework for a series of posts, which hopefully will roll out on at least a semi-regular schedule this summer.

H/T to Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Bridget McCormack (@BridgetMaryMc) for the title (and theme). She shared this cogent observation in a webinar hosted earlier this month by the Berkeley Judicial Institute, and it was one of many inspiring quotes I’m bringing into our discussion about how we might redesign legal education as we emerge from the COVID-19 crisis.

We have a lot of work to do. And so much opportunity. Stay tuned.


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