31st Annual Midwest Regional Clinical Legal Education Conference
Teaching for Our Times
The Conference theme was "Teaching for Our Times," and served to offer vision for cultivating successful students who are well prepared for a professional career that will sustain them financially and emotionally, serve their clients and communities, and contribute to the quality of justice for everyone.
Topics included the relationship between experiential coursework and bar and employment outcomes, empirical advocacy, legal incubators, and tools for social justice.
Hannibal B. Johnson, attorney and author of Black Wall Street: From Riot to Renaissance in Tulsa's Historic Greenwood District, delivered the keynote at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame in downtown Tulsa on October 7.
This conference was made possible in part through the support of the AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education and by CLEA, the Clinical Legal Education Association.