- Explore the role Millennials will play in shaping the future of legal education
- Gain insight into Millennials’ way of thinking and learn how to mentor and guide them to be successful
- Perfect for law school administrators, faculty, staff members, and students from all generations
About This Title
This book explores the role Millennials will play—as faculty, administrators, or staff members—in shaping the future of legal education, and what the academy can do to embrace the Millennial generation as colleagues, not students. This book can be used to understand, guide, engage, mentor, and work with Millennials to shape the next generation of excellent law school leaders.
- Section I: These chapters focus on the culture of law schools, and the need to embrace a new, forward-thinking and innovative way of defining what law schools are and do and how we educate students.
- Section II: In section two, the authors focus on relationships: the relationships Millennials in the academy have with ourselves, our institutions, and the community.
- Section III: This section includes chapters that detail how Millennial leaders work in the classroom, how they use things like feedback and assessment to change the dynamic in the classroom and to innovate law school pedagogy to educate well-rounded lawyers.
- Section IV: These chapter are an essential read for anyone who spends time thinking about the current legal economy and law schools’ roles in educating practice-ready lawyers.
- Section V: This section includes chapters on change. Legal education has no choice but to evolve, and the authors present ideas on how to embrace Millennial ideology to do just that.
About the Editor
Ashley Krenelka Chase is the Associate Director at the Dolly and Homer Hand Law Library, as well as the Coordinator for Legal Practice Technology and an Instructor of Law at Stetson University College of Law. In addition to her responsibilities as Associate Director for the library, Chase teaches courses in Advanced Legal Research and Technology in Practice. She is a graduate of the 2014 Harvard Leadership Institute for Academic Librarians, recipient of the AALL Emerging Leader Award for Academic Libraries, and a member of the Florida Bar. She received her B.A. in English from Bradley University, her J.D. from the University of Dayton School of Law, and her M.L.I.S. from the University of South Florida.
Chase is notoriously obsessed with Millennials, and her scholarship focuses on the development of leadership and management skills in Millennial librarians and law faculty, and the evolution of student and faculty technology habits in both libraries and legal research. She is also the editor of Millennial Leadership in Libraries.
About the Chapter Authors
Millennial Leadership in Law Schools: Essays on Disruption, Innovation, and the Future
Item #: 1006925
Pages: xxi, 218 p.
1 Volume, perfect bound…….$99.00
Published: Getzville; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2021