Law Office: E217
Professor Katz directs the law school's Externship Program, an extensive clinical opportunity for third-year students. Her research publications have concerned skills education and externship pedagogy to help students develop professionally. She teaches Interviewing, Counseling, and Negotiation, in addition to teaching seminars connected with the Externship Program.
Skills and Writing in Externship (Clin. L. Rev. 2014)
Stories and Students: Mentoring Professional Development (Journal of Legal Education 2011)
Toward a New World of Externships: Introduction to Papers from Externships 4 and Externships 5 (Clinical Law Review 2010) (with Alex Scherr)
Encouraging Continued Personal Assessment Within the Framework of Skills Courses (forthcoming, in Friedland & Hess, Teaching the Law School Curriculum, Vol. 2)
Counseling Externship Students, (Clin. L. Rev. 2009)