The Michigan Journal of Race & Law hosted a talk with Professor Sha-Shana Crichton, Associate Professor of Lawyering Skills and Director of the Legal Writing Program at Howard University, on her forthcoming MJR&L article.
Incorporating Social Justice in the 1L Legal Writing Course: A Tool for Empowering Students of Color and of Historically Marginalized Groups and Improving Learning
Thursday, April 11
11:50am, Jeffries 1225
“Incorporating issues of social justice in the first-year legal writing course benefits all students by equipping them with the knowledge and practical skills to address social injustices and to affect social change. Incorporating issues of social justice in the first-year legal writing course has the added benefit of contributing to a learning environment that facilitates learning in law students of color and of other historically marginalized groups . . .”