On Tuesday, June 15, 2021, Kristen Gibbons Feden will present at Stetson Law’s 2021 EATS Conference on the topic Identifying & Handling Race, Gender & Other Prejudices in Cases.
Kristen Gibbons Feden is a lecturer at the 2021 Stetson Law Educating Advocacy Teachers Conference, presenting on the topic Identifying & Handling Race, Gender & Other Prejudices in Cases.
Her session will cover:
- Discussing approaches to handling prejudices in cases
- Maximizing real-life examples in teaching without losing control of the narrative
- Discussing techniques for teaching students how to integrate and address these issues in their presentation of a case
The Educating Advocacy Teachers (EATS) Conference has been hosted by Stetson Law for more than a decade and is well-known in the Advocacy community as being a truly dynamic and collaborative experience. The unique conference invites educators from around the country to share their experiences, while facilitating the exploration of new teaching techniques and technology in this specialized area. This year’s conference is comprised of various panels, workshops, and breakout sessions that promote small group discussion and interaction based on trending topics identified by the national trial advocacy community.
EATS is also a celebration of achievement in advocacy teaching. At the awards reception, we will celebrate the recipients of the Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Teaching Advocacy, the Edward D. Ohlbaum Professionalism Award, and the first annual Advocacy Writing Competition Award winner.
The conference is being held virtually from June 14 thru June 16, 2021. To learn more and to register, visit the Stetson Law website.