Professor Chris Goodman Presents "Critical Approaches to Pedagogy and Practice" -- University of Connecticut Law
Professor Christine Chambers Goodman presented "Critical Approaches to Pedagogy and Practice" at the University of Connecticut Public Interest Law Review Symposium. Professor Goodman's panel focused on ways to teach and practice evidence from a critical perspective. The panel also addressed the ABA's new standard requiring law schools to provide education to law students on bias, cross-cultural competency, and racism both at the start of their legal education and once again before graduation. The symposium, titled "Evidence Under a Critical Lens," was held on January 26.
From the University of Connecticut:
This symposium will explore how the law of evidence intersects with systems of inequality based on gender, race and other forms of discrimination and engage in a conversation for problem-solving, including reform efforts and different approaches to pedagogy. The discussion will focus on the possibilities and solutions which arise from a critical approach to areas of law, using evidence to exemplify this
Additional information may be found at Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal