Law school organizes Northwest Clinical Conference

(October 5, 2010) Clinical faculty from around the country will attend the Northwest Clinical Conference hosted by Seattle University School of Law Oct. 8-10 in Leavenworth, Wash. The conference, "Maximizing Experiential Learning: Innovations and Best Practices in our Clinical Programs," has drawn faculty from as far as Wyoming, British Columbia and Washington, D.C. 

Speakers from Seattle University School of Law include Professor Lisa Brodoff, director of the Ronald A. Peterson Law Clinic; Assistant Professor of Lawyering Skills Gillian Dutton, director of the Externship Program; Assistant Professor Jane Stoever; and Davida Finger, a 2004 graduate of the law school who is now an assistant clinical professor at Loyola University Law School in New Orleans. 

Panelists include faculty members from Syracuse, Lewis and Clark, Gonzaga and the University of Washington.

The Ronald A. Peterson Law Clinic is a leader in clinical education and providing experiential learning opportunities for students.

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