Christine E. Cerniglia - Presentations

Christine E. Cerniglia

Assistant Professor of Law
Director of Clinical and Experiential Education

B.A., Loyola University New Orleans
J.D., Loyola University College of Law

Individual Academic Externship Course, Client Interviewing and Counseling



Assessing Student Competencies, Externships deliver at the course and institutional levels, AALS Clinical Conference, Denver, Colorado (2017).

Client Interviewing with a focus on social justice, Alliance for Experiential Education Conference, Co-presented with Davida Finger. New York Law School, NY, June 2016.

Utilizing clinic to build client interviewing skills across the curriculum, Institute for Law Teaching and Learning Conference,Co-presented with Davida Finger. Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA. June 2015.

Maintaining the Gold Standard: Preserving Live-Client Clinics in the New Normal. AALS Clinical Conference.  Co-presented with Cheryl Buchert, Judson Mitchell, Majeeda Snead, Ramona Fernandez, and Hiroko Kusuda.  Rancho Mirage, CA, May 2015.

Is Subjective Assessment an Indispensable Cornerstone of Clinical Education? Exploring the Role that Subjectivity Should Play in the Evaluation of Law Clinic Students Southern Regional Clinical Conference, Co-presented Daniel Schaffzin.  William & Mary College of Law, Williamsburg, VA. October 2014.

Are Experiential Modules Really Better? Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers Conference on Accelerating Competency: Assessment in Legal Education. Panelist.  Denver, CO, September 2014.

Teaching Professional Identity, SEALS Conference, Discussion Group. August 2014.

Co-Presenter – LWI Biennial Conference Palm Springs: Critiquing Moot Court Arguments; The When, Why and What. (July 2012).

Comparing Legal Writing Programs, An Insider’s Perspective,  SEALS Conference, Discussion Group: (July 2012).

I-pads in Academia how to embrace new technology to enrich student learning, Capital Area Conference, co-presented with Kari Dalton. Georgetown (March 2012).

Legal Research: Legal-Caching: Engaging Students in Print Research through the use of QR Scan Codes, LWI One Day Workshop,  (December 2011).

A Practical Approach to Legal Writing for Paralegals, online presentation sponsored by The Institute of Paralegal Studies. (February 2011).

Thinking Forward: Why This is the Most Rewarding Job in Legal Education, LWI One Day Workshop,  hosted by Stetson College of Law, Gulfport, FL. (December 2010).

Thinking Forward: Why This is the Most Rewarding Job in Legal Education, LWI One Day Workshop hosted by Charleston College of Law. (December 2010).

The Legal Impact of the BP Oil Spill, sponsored by Stetson Maritime, Environmental and Asian American Law Society. (October 2010).
BP Oil Spill, Faculty Roundtable Discussion, hosted by Stetson College of Law, Communications Department. (August 2010).

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