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Professor McGregor, Author of International Lawyer’s Legal Writing Guide, Lectures in China and California
Clinical Professor of Law Deborah B. McGregor taught Introduction to Legal Research and Writing to a class in Huangzhou, China, in April 2012 as a visiting professor for the Chicago-Kent College of Law’s Overseas Training Program.
“I had the privilege to teach in Huangzhou, China, in Chicago-Kent College of Law's new and growing program,” said Professor McGregor (pictured front row, second from left, with students from the program). “The students were extremely bright and charming lawyers and law students. What a thrill it is to be able to experience a culture across the world.”
In May 2012, McGregor presented on a panel at the Legal Writing Institute’s Biennial Conference in Palm Desert, California. The panel presentation was titled “Publishing Your Global Skills Text.” Professor McGregor was asked to participate on this panel after co-authoring with Professor Cynthia Adams the text, “The International Lawyer’s Guide to Legal Analysis and Communication in the United States.”
Professor McGregor is the Assistant Director of Legal Analysis, Research, and Communication at the law school. She teaches legal analysis, research and communication for J.D. and LL.M. Students, integrated legal analysis for LL.M. students, advanced persuasive writing and oral advocacy for LL.M. students, and legal process.