Professor Paula Young spoke at three events over the summer. The presentations focused on professional ethics and teaching law school courses effectively.
On June 1-3, she attended the summer conference sponsored by the Institute for Law Teaching and Learning. The conference, held at New York Law School, featured programs by many of the leaders in the field of law school education, including Sophie Sparrow, Bari Burke, and David Thomson, all past visitors to ASL's campus . Young's program was entitled "Integrating the Three Apprenticeships in an Insurance Practice Course."
She returned to New York June 23 to present at the Tenth Annual Conference of the Association for Conflict Resolution's Greater New York chapter. Cardozo School of Law co-sponsored and hosted the conference. Young's program was "Teaching Mediation Ethics Using Active Learning Techniques." She shared the conference program with 19 other presenters, including the Honorable Kenneth Feinberg. Feinberg, who gave the opening keynote presentation, serves or has served as the Administrator of the Gulf Coast Claims Facility, the Special Master for TARP Executive Compensation, the Special Master of the September 11th Victim's Compensation Fund, and Fund Administrator for the Hokie Spirit Memorial Fund following the shootings on the Virginia Tech campus.
On July 7, Young joined the Collaborative Professionals of Roanoke, Va., to give a presentation entitled "Ensuring Informed Consent in the Collaborative Law Process."