Alicia R. Jackson - Publications

Alicia R. Jackson

Assistant Professor of Law and Director of Academic Success and Bar Preparation

J.D., Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law School
M.P.A., Grambling State University
B.S., Grambling State University

Courses:
Family Law, Juvenile Law, Multistate Law, and Survey of Florida Law

Selected Publications
The Pink Ghetto Pipeline: Challenges & Opportunities for Women in Legal Education, University of Detroit Mercy Law School Law Review, 96 University of Detroit Mercy Law 4 (Summer 2019) (with Allen, Renee, and Harris, DeShun) 

Contemporary Teaching Strategies: Effectively Engaging Millennials through Formative Assessment, University of Detroit Mercy Law School Law Review, 95 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review 1 (Fall 2017); University of Tennessee Legal Studies Research Paper No. 325 (with Allen, Renee) 

Contemporary Teaching Strategies: Effectively Engaging Millennials through Formative Assessment, University of Tennessee Legal Studies Research Paper No. 325 (with Allen, Renee)

Advising 2.0: Helping Students Achieve Academic Success through Meaningful Academic Advising, Learning Curve, (Summer 2018 Edition) 

Winning! 5 Key Strategies for an Effective Conference Presentation, Learning Curve, (Fall 2017 Edition)

The Big Bad Wolf: Helping Students Conquer their Fear of the Bar Exam through P.A.S.S.- Preparation, Assessment, Self-Regulated Reflection, and Support, Learning Curve, (Winter 2017 Edition)

Selected Scholarly Presentations
The Rule of Three: Righting Inequities in Legal Education Through Three Lenses, Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting (January 2020)

 Time-Turning, Invisibility, and Other Magic Mentoring Tricks, Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting (January 2020)

 Growing Grit: Success Dividends that Stem from Fostering Resilience in Law School, AccessLex Annual Conference, Orlando, FL (November 2019)

Teaching for Deep Learning: Helping Students Pass the Bar Exam Without “Teaching to the Test”, Southeastern Association Law Schools (SEALS), Boca Raton, FL (July 2019)

Creating a Culture that Supports Teaching and Scholarship, American Bar Association (ABA) Associate Deans Conference, Chicago, IL (June 2019)

Tightrope: The Associate Deans’ Guide to Finding Balance, American Bar Association (ABA) Associate Deans Conference, Chicago, IL (June 2019)

Assessments, Data, and Bar Exam Pass Strategies, American Bar Association (ABA) Associate Deans Conference, Chicago, IL (June 2019)

The Pink Ghetto Pipeline: Challenges & Opportunities for Women in Legal Education, Women in the Law Symposium, University of Detroit Mercy Law Review, Detroit, MI (2019)

Complying with the New ABA Standards on Assessment and Feedback, Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) Annual Conference, Fort Lauderdale, FL (2018)

Whose Job Is It Anyway? Examining Academic Support’s Role in Bar Preparation, Association of Academic Support Educator (AASE) Conference, Saint Louis University School of Law, St. Louis, Missouri (2018)

Understanding Millennials and How They Learn Best, Small Changes, Big Results: Incremental Changes Professors Can Make, Legal Writing Institute (LWI), Fort Lauderdale, FL (2017)

Engaging Millennials through Assessment: Enhancing Student Learning, while Developing a Student-Centered Classroom, Educating Millennials and Beyond International Consortium for Global Legal Education, Nova Southeastern College of Law, Fort Lauderdale, FL (2017)

Contemporary Teaching Strategies: Effectively Engaging Millennials Across the Curriculum, Association of Academic Support Educators (AASE) Conference, Texas A&M University School of Law, Fort Worth, TX (2017)

Contemporary Learning Strategies: Effectively Engaging Millennials through Formative Assessment, The Impact of Formative Assessment: Emphasizing Outcome Measures in Legal Education Symposium, University of Detroit Mercy Law School, Detroit, MI (2017)

Teaching Millennials Through Experiential Learning: Downloading Knowledge, Uploading Teaching, Institute for Law Teaching and Learning (ILTL), Gonzaga University School of Law, Spokane, WA (2015)

Challenges to Inclusion: Confronting the LSAT & Bar Exam, and Considering Alternative Admissions Programs to Increase Diversity, Plenary Session, Society of American Law Teachers (SALT), University of Nevada School of Law (2014)

Developing a Model Program for Bar Exam Success and Support: The BEST Program, HBCU Student Success Summit, Council of 1890 Land Grant Universities (2014)

The Big Bad Wolf: Helping Students Conquer their Fear of the Bar Exam through P.A.S.S.- Preparation, Assessment, Self-Regulated Reflection, and Support ∙ Association of Academic Support Educators (AASE) Conference, Indiana University School of Law, Bloomington, IN (2014)