Asynchronous Teaching Methodologies: Pandemic Reflections and Best Practices
Bar Exam Skills as an Asynchronous Course
Drafting as an Asynchronous Course
Asynchronous Teaching Post-COVID-19 Legal Education
Professor Matthew Marin joined the WMU-Cooley full-time faculty as a Visiting Professor in 2019. He also serves the law school as the Director of Academic and Student Services. Professor Marin teaches Contracts, Research & Writing, Florida Bar Exam Skills, Bar Exam Skills, and Drafting. Previously, Professor Marin served the law school as the Academic Resource Center Coordinator and as an adjunct professor teaching Bar Exam Skills, Florida Bar Exam Distinctions, BarPlus, Florida Bar Workshop, and Introduction to Law I and II.
Professor Amanda Fisher joined the WMU-Cooley Law School full-time faculty as a Visiting Professor in 2019. She has served as an Adjunct Professor at the law school’s Florida campus, teaching Drafting and Introduction to Law. Previously, she was a teaching assistant at the University of California in Irvine, where she is pursuing her doctorate in Criminology, Law & Society. While in law school, she earned full tuition remission with the John E. Ryan Scholarship, received the Excellence in Business Law Award for highest GPA across the business law curriculum, was a member of the Law Review and of the Moot Court Honor Board.
1 Gabriel Kuris, The Impact of the Coronavirus on Legal Education, U.S. News & World Report (Aug. 24, 2020, 9:24 AM), https://www.usnews.com/education/blogs/lawadmissions-lowdown/articles/the-impact-of-the-coronavirus-on-legal-education.