This session is part of ACPD-CALT Summer Sessions 2023.
Experts Chat about ChatGPT: Curriculum and Context
Monday June 12 2PM EST via ZOOM
Your expert colleagues talk teaching, evaluation and tech, helping law profs revise, augment and improve law teaching & (content and evaluation) in a world with easily accessible AI.
Registration required, here.
Prof Alexandra Mogoryos, Toronto Metropolitan University, Lincoln Alexander Faculty of Law
Audrey Fried Director, Faculty & Curriculum Development, Osgoode OPD, York University
Prof. Katie Szilagyi, University of Manitoba Faculty of Law
Prof. Kristen Thomasen Allard Faculty of Law, UBC
Prof. Jon Penny, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University
Prof Valerio de Stefano, Canada Research Chair in Innovation, Law and Society, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University
Prof. Wolfgang Alschner, Hyman Soloway Chair in Business and Trade Law, Ottawa Faculty of Law
We have received significant feedback from CALT members on the need to respond to public reports that comment on or affect legal education in Canada. One of these reports is the Canadian Bar Association’s August 2014 “Futures: Transforming the Delivery of Legal Services in Canada” (“Futures Report“). CALT was approached to comment on the report earlier, but for various reasons was unable to do so. We are now in a position to begin consulting our membership and other interested parties on this and other reports.
We chose the CBA Futures Report because of its comments on legal education, mostly contained in Part 7 between pages 53 and 65.
CALT invites comments from all legal educators and CALT members. All comments should be sent to Gemma Smyth ([email protected]) on or before February 27, 2015. Comments can be wide ranging, but should relate directly to comments made in the Futures Report and those affecting Canadian legal education, widely defined.
Upon receipt of comments, the CALT Executive will compile the responses into its own Report that reflects the views of its membership and other law teachers. The Report will be circulated for comments before being send to the Canadian Bar Association.