Nebraska Law Professors Participate in Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting

Nebraska Law Professors Participate in Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting

11 Jan 2017    

Professors Duncan, Medill and Shoemaker

Professor Rick Duncan served as the official delegate of the University of Nebraska College of Law to the AALS House of Representatives. In addition to his responsibilities as a College delegate, Professor Duncan moderated a panel of scholarly works in progress on Friday, January 6, 2017.

  

Professor Colleen Medill was one of three nationally recognized teachers who spoke at a program sponsored by West Academic to showcase how faculty can incorporate professional skills training in large first year Property courses.  The program, entitled Reinforcing Student Understanding of Substantive Property Law through Skills Exercises, also featured Professor Tanya Marsh of Wake Forest University and John Sprankling of McGeorge University. Professor Medill’s presentation demonstrated how she incorporates transactional drafting and negotiation exercises into her Property course using her book, Developing Professional Skills: Property.

  

Professor Jessica Shoemaker was an invited speaker at the Agricultural & Food Law Section program at the AALS annual meeting. Professor Shoemaker’s talk, “Food, Agriculture, and the Future of American Indian Land Tenure,” previews her current work on transformational property system reforms.