Carrie Teitcher teaches Fundamentals of Law Practice and Legal research and Writing for LL.M. Students. She has created writing courses and workshops geared specifically to the needs of LL.M. students. She has presented at the Global Legal Skills Conferences in Melbourne, Australia (“Bridging the Cultural Divide: Empowering LL.M. Students to Embrace their Differences to Become Expert Communicators”), Verona, Italy (“Advanced Communication Skills for International Lawyers”) and in Chicago (“An Integrated Approach to Teaching Legal Research and Writing to Foreign-Trained Lawyers”). Her scholarship addresses the need to improve the standards for LL.M. programs for international lawyers. Her article, Towards a More Ethical LL.M. Degree: Let’s Give International Lawyers the Value They Deserve, is forthcoming in the Florida Journal of International Law.
Prof. Teitcher was an early advocate of using technology in the classroom, and has written and lectured on the importance of using computer technology in both doctrinal and skills courses. Before joining the Brooklyn Law School faculty in 1984, Professor Teitcher formerly practiced as an associate with the firm of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan.Publications