Selby & Smith Chapter Included in New Book on Online Legal Education

Professors Courtney Selby and Rachel Smith have penned the first chapter in the newly released book Law Teaching Strategies for a New Era: Beyond the Physical Classroom (co-edited by Tessa L. Dysart and Tracy L. M. Norton). The first comprehensive book on online legal education, it explores techniques, tools, and strategies that can assist all types of law professors in that endeavor. Their chapter focuses on the value of faculty-led innovation in developing and delivering online education. Selby & Smith use the model chosen by the St. John’s Law Faculty in their shift to online instruction to illustrate the benefits of a faculty’s deep commitment to both exploring pedagogical models for online teaching and creating space for collaboration and innovation.

Courtney Selby
Associate Dean for Library Services
Associate Professor of Legal Research
Rachel H. Smith
Associate Dean for Experiential & Skills-Based Education
Professor of Legal Writing

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