Associate Dean for Experiential Learning Susan L. Brooks gave two presentations at the Global Alliance for Justice Education’s Ninth Worldwide Conference Dec. 5-12 in Puebla and Tlaxcala, Mexico.
Brooks discussed “Advancing Global and Local Justice by Teaching Interpersonal Competencies,” joining Professor Marjorie Silver of the Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center.
She also presented at a session focused on “Reflective Practice, Well-being, and Social Justice: How to Teach and Assess,” joining Professors Brea Lowenberger and Michaela Keet of the University of Saskatchewan College of Law and Professor Jodi Balsam of Brooklyn Law School.
Brooks, who oversees the law school’s Co-op and Clinic programs, also facilitated and helped organize a component of the conference focused on Training of Trainers.
An editor of “Learning from Practice,” now in its third edition, Brooks is an internationally recognized authority on experiential legal education.