EdUp Legal Podcast, Episode 35: Conversation with Katheleen Guzman
EdUp Legal Podcast with Host Patty Roberts
Digital Commons at St. Mary's University
Listen as Katheleen Guzman, Dean, and Director of the Law Center, Fenelon Boesche Chair in Law, and MAPCO/Williams Presidential Professor at the University of Oklahoma College of Law discusses her lengthy tenure as a faculty member at OU, and her transition to serving as the 13th dean of OU College of Law, the first woman to be fully appointed and serve in this leadership role. Dean Guzman shares her inspiration for law school teaching, her scholarly work in the intersection between property, culture and law, her co-reporting for the Uniform Law Commission Model Tribal Probate Code, and her contributions to Jotwell, the Journal of Things We Like (Lots). Dean Guzman discusses the affordability and excellence of OU College of Law, and its designation as the only Apple law school in the U.S. She explains what that designation means, and the innovations that are part of their Digital Initiative, which includes collaborative learning spaces, co-curricular training, and lab sessions, the use of iPads, data analytics, legal software, and artificial intelligence, all as part of the law library of tomorrow.
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