On April 26, 2019, Syracuse Law Review will bring together legal education experts from across the country for a ground-breaking symposium exploring the impact of online education on law schools and the legal profession. The one-day symposium—“Online Learning and the Future of Legal Education”—will explore the challenges and opportunities presented by online learning.
The symposium comes at an important moment in legal education. Around the nation, law schools and law professors are pioneering new forms of online teaching. Many law schools now make select courses available online or have launched online master’s degree programs. A handful of schools—including Syracuse University College of Law—are even bringing their JD programs online. This new reality raises important questions and theoretical challenges for legal education and the practice of law more broadly.
This event was first published on April 8, 2019 and last updated on April 24, 2019.
- Social Science and Public Policy
- Main Campus
- Open to
- Prospective Students,
- Undergraduate Students
- College of Law
- Stephanie Rinko
- Contact Stephanie Rinko to request additional accommodations
- Parking is available in the Stadium lot behind Dineen Hall.