Professor Louis Schulze presented “Using the Science of Learning to Optimize Law Student Academic Performance” to faculty members at Seton Hall Law School.
Professor Louis Schulze will speak at the annual meeting of the Association of American of Law Schools, held January 2-6, 2019 in New Orleans.
Prof. Louis Schulze presented his paper “Using Science to Build Better Learners” to the faculty of DePaul University College of Law in Chicago.
On September 29th, Assistant Dean Louis Schulze presented his recent law review article “Using Science to Build Better Learners: One School’s Successful Efforts to Raise its Bar Passage Rates in an Era of Decline”
On September 15th, Assistant Dean and Professor of Academic Support Louis Schulze lectured to the first-year class at Columbia Law School.
Assistant Dean Louis Schulze presented his paper to the faculty of Quinnipiac Law.
On June 23, Professor Louis Schulze presented his article on educational psychology, cognitive science, and legal education to the faculty of Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School.
On June 2nd, Assistant Dean and Professor of Academic Support Louis Schulze presented his article “Using Science to Build Better Learners: Once Law School’s Successful Efforts to Raise its Bar Passage Rate in an Era of Decline” at Texas A&M Law School’s Conference for Associate Deans.
His series on cognitive psychology in the Faculty Lounge honored for 2016.
Why Law Matters, January 3 – 7, 2017