Southern Region: Law Teachers Conclave

  • Date: 20th January, 2024 - Saturday

  • Venue: RV University, Bengaluru

  • Time: 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Empowering Legal Educators for Tomorrow

The South conclave strives to inspire discussions on how educators can navigate the challenges and opportunities in the evolving landscape of legal education.

Proposed Tracks:

  • Cultivating Global Competencies in Tomorrow's Leaders: A Teacher's Guide to Student Preparation

    The panel will feature speakers from Law Firms, General Counsel and Academia, aiming to elucidate the essential competencies required for students; guiding educators on how to facilitate the development of these competencies in students. The panel will explore collaborative opportunities between the industry and academia to enhance the educational experience and prepare students for the challenges of the professional world.

  • Technology & The Law Classroom

    1. The Three Aspects of Learning
      • Classroom & Academic Management
      • Content Dissemination & Consumption
      • Internal & External Interaction
    2. The Scope for Technology in all Aspects of Learning - What is a Learning Management System? Regulatory, administrative & academic requirements.
    3. Identification, evaluation & deployment of Technological Tools - Integration into the Learning Environment [Administration, Teaching (For Faculty), Learning (For Students), Review (For Feedback)]
    4. Enabling equity in Learning through the use of Technology - Flexible learning, analogous teaching, content creation & consumption, student & faculty usage patterns, reliability & completeness of data, ease of access for differently-abled/ EWS candidates

  • Legal Education in the 21st Century: Role of Law Teachers

    The session aims to explore the evolving landscape of legal education, anticipating its trajectory over the next five years, and emphasizing the pivotal role of law teachers in preparing for increasing competition and globalization. Special attention will be given to the impact of the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) under the World Trade Organization (WTO) on legal education.

  • Decoding the Expectations from Law Educators

    In this session the senior educators will discuss the essential aspects of a law teacher's role; expectations from them both in the class room and in delivering administrative duties, a question oft asked in the absence of formal induction and training. And how the teachers can prepare themselves.

  • Inclusive Teaching: Strategies for Legal Education

    Diversity, equity and inclusion are important themes that have captured our imagination of late, simply because of the pressing needs of society today. Yet, precious little has been done towards promoting inclusivity within the classroom, as we all vie for learners who come in with strong foundational and language skills. The more the better, as they can then effectively serve as brand ambassadors for our respective institutions. Thinking a little differently, we at Vinayaka Mission's Law School have been experimenting with techniques to ensure that no learner is left behind, and to see to it that even a student who thinks in Tamil can learn the law in English. While nowhere near perfection, our techniques - use of visual learning, translation of materials, activity based learning approaches, contextualizing the learning content through references to material the learner can relate to, and similar methods - may be of help to the legal educator of today to forge a better learner and a better tomorrow.

  • *Program is subject to change

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