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James Moliterno, Professor of Law at Washington & Lee University School of Law, gave a session for IE Law School professors on April 26th. With the aim of improving teaching methodology and sharing experiences among professors, IE Law school organizes every year a seminar on teaching methodology for its faculty members.
James Moliterno is one of the US leading educators in experiential learning and legal professionalism, he created the William and Mary law school ethics, skills, and professionalism program, which won the American Bar Association Gambrell Professionalism Award, as the best law school program for the teaching of ethics and professionalism. He is the author of numerous works examining legal education and professional responsibility, including “The Law of Professional Responsibility” and “ Cases and Materials on the Law Governing Lawyers and Ethics of the Lawyers Work”.
In his seminar, Professor Moliterno outlined the differences and similarities between Medical training and legal training, and he encouraged law professors to be more experimental and create simulations of the legal practice in the class.
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