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Legal Education Board (LEB) Trains Law Faculty for Online Classes

Embracing the new normal requires flexibility and adaptability specially in using technology to provide alternative learning strategies to students while face-to-face classes are still discouraged.

The Legal Education Board, in partnership with the Philippine Association of Law Schools, has stepped forward to provide relevant trainings to law professors on July 1-4.

The series of webinars is targeted to prepare the law professors in maximizing the online tools available for distant learning.

While knowledge and wisdom to teach are unquestionable, the LEB is now focused to make online classes as seamless and effective as possible.

Interested participants may register now on the link below:

Announcement from Legal Education Board Facebook Page, June 24, 2020.
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FEU Institute of Law Announces Online Class for 1st Sem AY 2020-2021

The Far Eastern University – Institute of Law announced today, June 23rd, via its social media accounts, that the college of law will conduct online classes this coming first semester of academic year 2020-2021.

Schools have slowly adapted the alternative or modified learning since the restrictions of face to face classes brought about by COVID-19 pandemic earlier this year.

The Legal Education Board (LEB) previously released its LEB Memorandum Circular No. 56 – COVID-19 Pandemic Guidelines for Law Schools (April 23, 2020) allowing schools to hold alternative ways to teach, including online classes.

Image from FEU Institute of Law Facebook Page

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