Law programs know changes are coming to the world of legal education, but what do these changes mean for professors and their current way of teaching and assessing students? This webinar will present the basics of assessment strategies for progressive law faculty who are multiple-choice curious. The presenter is an unapologetic lover of the multiple-choice format and believes that law professors are, too--they just don't know it yet.
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