Webinars, Past & Upcoming Events

Upcoming Sessions:

AALS Annual Meeting, Washington D.C.

Thursday, January 4 at Noon

Section awards event and business meeting

Friday, January 5 from 2-3:40 pm

Gideon – 60 Years Later, Still Seeking Access to Criminal and Civil Justice

In this session, co-hosted by the Sections on Poverty Law, Clinical Law, and Criminal Law, panelists will explore the state of the right to counsel in criminal cases, whether and how that right ought to be extended to certain civil contexts, and what role right to counsel plays or ought to play in the broader access to justice movement. 

Saturday, January 6 from 8am-11:40am

Service project at D.C. Central Kitchen 

Cosponsored by the Poverty Law section.

Previously Recorded Sessions:

October 26, 2023
Leah Goodridge, author of Professionalism as a Racial Construct
Watch Attorney Goodridge’s Presentation & Group Conversation Here

February 28, 2023
Maximizing Law Student and Organization Benefits During Experiential Learning Placements
Presented by Leah Nicholls
Public Justice
Session recording not available

December 5, 2022
The Law Professor and the Therapist: Beyond Belonging There’s a Place (and Need) for Group Solidarity Among First Generation and Low-income Students in Law School
Presented by Monica Teixeira de Sousa
Roger Williams University School of Law

September 20, 2022
Using Experiential Education to Fight Imposter Syndrome
Presented by Allison Constance
University of North Carolina School of Law

April 7, 2022
Lost in the Law: An Experiential Learning Activity
Presented by Angela Schultz
Marquette University Law School

October 25, 2021
Civil Protection Order Project (CPOP)
Presented by Keeshea Turner Roberts
Howard University

June 30, 2021
The Justice Index
Presented by David Udell
National Center for Access to Justice

March 10, 2021
Demand-Side Justice
Presented by Alissa R. Gomez
University of Houston Law Center