Asst. Prof. of Law Seth Oranburg featured panelist at SEALS 2019
Assistant Professor of Law Seth Oranburg was a featured panelist at this year's South Eastern Association of Law Schools conference in Boca Raton. Assistant Professor of Law Oranburg along with several other speakers from the legal profession presented in the lecture titled, "Moving a Law School into Online Education: Opportunites and Pitfalls." There were over 40 audience members.
Panelists explored the creation of new online programs from conception to launch at the university, federal, and accreditation levels. Assistant Professor of Law Oranburg and panelists also shared firsthand experiences with creating online courses, developing and launching effective marketing plans, and working for faculty buy-in and support.
More About Assistant Professor of Law Seth Oranburg
Assistant Professor of Law Seth C. Oranburg studies the effect of law on innovation and the economy. His research includes Internet shareholder activism, crowdfunding, venture capital and angel investing, smart contracts, network effects, information brokerage, and other commercial activities that relate to securities regulation, corporate finance, business associations, contracts, and related legal issues. He publishes his research in esteemed journals such as the Rutgers University Law Review, Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy, and Fordham Journal of Corporate Law, and he has been interviewed by popular publications such as the The Wall Street Journal, AboveTheLaw.com, and CommPro.biz.
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