Albany Law School will delay opening until 11am due to the weather.
Professor Mary Lynch is an editor for the new Journal of
Experiential Learning, with the first issue, out this fall, to focus on the role of experiential learning in the progress (or regress) of legal
The Journal of Experiential Learning is published by the
Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center.
Recently, Professor Lynch was honored on Kate Stoneman Day for her work on behalf of the first woman lawyer in N.Y. state. She also recently served on the planning
committee for this month's Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers Conference on
"Accelerating Competency: Assessment in Legal Education." At the conference,
she lead a presentation on Roadblocks to Assessment.
Earlier this year, at Commencement, Professor Lynch was
named the law school's 2014 Distinguished Educator for Excellence in Teaching,
emerging from a field of nominations that totaled nearly half of the full-time
faculty. She was recognized for her outstanding
contribution to teaching in legal education nationally and internationally.
Lynch is the director of the Center for Excellence in Law Teaching and the
editor of the blog Best Practices for Legal Education. She also teaches her
students the practice of law through her Domestic Violence Prosecution Hybrid Clinic and other classes.