Season #2, Episode #1: Season 1 in Review, Clinic Work during COVID, and Joint Clinical Teaching

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This podcast discusses the first season of AccessiBULL Justice, recaps remotely teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic for the Spring 2021 semester, and shares innovative ways the University at Buffalo School of Law’s Clinical Legal Education Program used teaching remotely to the benefit of our student attorneys while creating community and culture within the program. We’re excited for Season 2… Stay tuned!


Kim Diana Connolly – Professor of Law; Director, Clinical Legal Education Program; Director, Environmental Advocacy Clinic. 

Matthew Pelkey – Adjunct Clinical Professor, Director of the Entrepreneurial Law Center Clinic (e-Law Center Clinic)

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