The International Consortium for Global Legal Education provides students, (recent) graduates, and faculty of Consortium Partner Universities the opportunity to promote a diverse global legal community, develop best practices in legal education, and encourage research.
Recent graduates of Consortium Partner Universities qualify for additional benefits, including dual-enrollment opportunities, scholarships, and the option of earning a third degree, the M.S. in Law and Policy. NSU College of Law offers a limited number of opportunities for current students at Consortium Partner Universities to enroll at NSU Law while still studying at their home institution through a dual-enrollment option.
To request to join the International Consortium, please contact James Wilets, Associate Dean of International Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NSU Law offers both students and recent graduates of Consortium Partner Universities the opportunity to enroll in its Accelerated Juris Doctor For Foreign Lawyers Program.
Most candidates for the Accelerated JD Program are individuals who already have earned their first degree in law. However, for Consortium Partner Universities, NSU Law offers a limited number of opportunities for its current students to enroll at NSU Law while still studying at their home institution. The Dual-Enrollment option requires the acceptance by Consortium Partner Universities of NSU Law JD credits to help students simultaneously complete their law studies.
A Consortium Partner University that seeks to offer the dual-enrollment option will coordinate with NSU Law to identify the particular course of study that will assure that the dual-enrolled student can fulfill all graduation and licensure obligations in both jurisdictions. Schools need not offer the dual-enrollment option to participate in the Consortium.
In recognition of the importance of the Consortium to the advancement of global legal education, NSU Law provides an additional annual scholarship of $3,000 to students who either received their first law degree at a Consortium Partner University or who currently are enrolled in a first degree law program at a Consortium Partner University. This scholarship is in addition to any other award received by the student.
Annual tuition and fees for the Accelerated JD Program are equal to the current academic year tuition charged by NSU Law. Both merit scholarships and tuition adjustments are available to all applicants. For additional information regarding tuition, scholarships and tuition adjustments, please see The Accelerated Juris Doctor Program
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NSU Shepard Broad College of Law has hosted three dynamic International Faculty Training Conferences. The broad spectrum of topics is focused on what we, as legal educators, can do to understand our audience and to effectively educate this generation of students and the one that follows. Law educators from around the world worked together to expand their knowledge of teaching law students, as well as to share their experiences.
Dean Jon Garon - Teaching Entrepreneurship to the Next Generation of Lawyers
Susan Stephan - Community in the Classroom: Embracing Engagement through Technology in Legal Education
Jane E. Cross - Teaching Social Justice to a Global Audience: Lessons Learned
2017 Presenter Videos
Shahabudeen Khan - Teaching social justice to a global audience
Jon Garon - Teaching entrepreneurship to the next generation
Jorge Novel - Teaching in small groups: Aims and means
Adolphsen and Naur Jensen - The use of audience response ware - Challenges and gains
Alicia Jackson - Assessments and millennials
Susan Stephan - Community in the classroom: embracing engagement through technology in legal education
Ashme Singh - International perspective: Pedagogy and experiential learning in law
Alana Jameson - Learning by Doing
This year’s International Faculty Training Workshop focused on what we, as educators, can do to understand our audience and to effectively educate this generation of students and the one that follows. Law educators from around the world worked together to expand their knowledge of teaching law students, as well as to share their experiences.
Videos and PowerPoints
Susan Stephan - Community in the Classroom: Embracing Engagement through Technology in Legal Education for “Generation Z” Students
Eileen A. Scallen - Teamwork & Small Groups Assessment
Teamwork & Small Groups Assessment PPT
Dr. Albert Ruda-Gonzalez - Risky Tweets: Teaching Activity in which Students Participate using the Microblogging Platform Twitter
Rebecca Spitzmiller - Common-Law Legal Education Methodologies Packaged for Civil-Law Jurisdictions
Angie Su, Steven Terrell, Judith Coughlin, Sandra Trotman - STEM Projects with Higher Education Institutions both in the U.S. and Asia and How to Motivate Next Generation Students
STEM Projects with Higher Education Institution PPT
Michele Struffolino - Advising Post-Millennials
Advising Post-Millennials PPT
Advising Post-Millennials Reflection Handout
NSU Law Graduation Requirements
NSU Law JD Program Model Curriculum Full-Time student
Timothy Arcaro - Engaging Post-Millennials Through Clinical Programs
James Zloch & Michael Dale 1 - Engaging post-millennial with hands-on, application-based case studies
James Zloch & Michael Dale 2 - Group Exercise: Teaching trial skills using NITA critique model
James Zloch & Michael Dale 3 - Group Exercise: Teaching oral argument using NITA critique model
James Zloch & Michael Dale 4 - Connecting the eLearning environment to the performance context of post-millennial to convince them of its relevance by using video review and drills in the classroom
James Zloch & Michael Dale 5 - Group Exercise: Applying video reviews and drills in a classroom setting
To discuss membership in the Consortium or should you have other questions, please feel free to contact James Wilets, Associate Dean for International Programs at email@example.com.
For other information about NSU Law, please visit www.law.nova.edu.
|College of the Bahamas (Bahamas)||McGill University (Canada)|
|Universitat de Barcelona (Spain)||National Law School of India University Bangalore (India)|
|Universidad Catolica Andres Bello (Venezuela)||Norman Manley Law School (Jamaica)|
|University of Girona Law School (Spain)||Ragiv Gandhi National University of Law (India)|
|Universidad El Bosque (Colombia)||Università
|Universidad de San Buenaventura Cali (Colombia)||Universidad del Salvador (Argentina)|
|Eugene Depuch Law School (Bahamas)||University of Sheffield (England)|
|Università Europea di Roma (Italy)||Symbiosis Law School (India)|
|Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel)||Unisa College of Law (South Africa)|
|Hugh Wooding Law School (Trinidad)||Yeditepe University Law School (Turkey)|
|Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (Lebanon)|
Charles University (Czech Republic)
Kumamoto University (Japan)
The Consortium also creates an opportunity for member schools to collaborate on teaching, scholarship, learning, and methods that increase student success.
NSU Law will offer an annual, one-week intensive training program for junior Consortium faculty. This program will emphasize training faculty to use active pedagogy. Participants will learn how to develop workshops, clinical education, and formative assessment methodologies to make them stronger educators. They will also receive support
Consortium Partner Universities are encouraged to provide faculty exchange opportunities. The funding, length of stay, and other details for each particular exchange will be coordinated at the time arrangements are made. NSU Law is also happy to offer research accommodation to Consortium Partner University law faculty hoping to complete research in the United States.