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Experiential Approaches to Teaching Behavioral Legal Ethics (Program)

Julian Webb, University of Melbourne Law School (Australia) (Moderator); Tigran Eldred, New England Law | Boston (US); Vivien Holmes, Australian National University College of Law (Australia); and James Milles, University of Buffalo School of Law (US)

Experiential Approaches to Teaching Behavioral Legal Ethics

This panel will focus on experiential approaches to teaching behavioral legal ethics. These include simulation exercises that place students in role where situational influences that affect behavior can be explored and the use of multimedia and online resources to engage students in the foundations of behavioral science. In keeping with this approach, the panel will not only report on the latest empirical and educational research, but will involve audience members in interactive exercises so as to illuminate core findings of behavioral research.

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