This session includes a panel of three law faculty who taught access to justice and technology courses in the past year. We discuss why they teach this type of course - what specifically their students get out of a course that introduces them to technology within an access to justice framework. We discuss the benefits and challenges of teaching this type of course during a pandemic. Our panel had experience with completely remote, hybrid, and entirely in person classes. They also discuss the tools that they found useful and whether they would teach this type of course again. Finally they share lessons learned.
The panel was given the following questions to answer during the presentation: