Implications of Tiger Parenting for Legal Education
June 27-28, 2013


Day One

9:00-10:00 Continental Breakfast (no speakers)

10:00-10:45 Welcome and Opening Peter Huang, Corie Rosen Felder
Tiger Parenting and Legal Education from the Perspective of the Unified Learning Model: Understanding What Works and Why Duane Shell

11:00-11:45 A Discussion of Double-Loop Learning Scott Peppet

12:00-1:00 Lunch: The Emotionally Intelligent Lawyer: Balancing the Rule of Law With the Realities of Human Behavior Randall Kiser

1:15-2:00 Debra Austin

2:15-3:00 Mindful Ethics and the Development of Professional Identity Jan Jacobwitz and Scott Rogers
Richard Reuben

3:15-4:00 What's Race Gotta do with Teacher Education?!: Explorations of Whiteness and Emotionality in Antiracist Teaching Cheryl Matias

4:15-5:30 Innovative Pedagogies:
The Meaning of Life, Graded on a Curve: Teaching Law Students About Happiness Dan Bowling
Socratic Tigers v. Climbing BLLOOMS: How incremental Formative Exercises Support both Learning and Emotional Health in Law School Hillary Burgess
Susan Daicoff, Todd Peterson

6:30 Dinner

Day Two

9:00-10:00 Continental breakfast

9:30-10:00 An Overview of Positive Psychology Alexis Karris Bachik

10:00-10:45 Tiger Teaching: Creating Good and Happy Lawyers Nancy Levit

11:00-11:45 Tiger Parenting and Capital Eli Wald

12:00-1:00 Lunch, Thanks, and Closing: Peter Huang, Corie Rosen Felder, Hannah Arterian