Law School Team MiniMeet
The Earle Mack School of Law at Drexel University is participating again this year in the annual Transactional LawMeetSM. This year, the Regional Rounds of the Meet are being held on Feb. 17, 2012.
Students who are interested in participating as a member of a Drexel team must participate in an on-line version of the Meet that begins on October 14th. This MiniMeetSM will be accessible on www.LawMeets.com beginning at 9 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 14 and will require that you prepare and submit a three minute video response to a hypothetical client problem. Like the full Meet, the problem involves an executive compensation issue. You submission will be due on or before 5 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 23.
After the submission deadline, participants will be able to return to www.LawMeets.com in order to view and vote on other participants’ submissions. Your ranking will be based on these votes. The top 10 submissions will be reviewed by a panel of experts who will provide detailed feedback. You will be able to view the top 10 submissions, the experts’ feedback as well as a video interview with Scott Price, Esq., a partner at Kirkland & Ellis and an expert in executive compensation law. Your performance in the MiniMeetSM will determine if you are invited to participate on Drexel’s LawMeet team.
Again, if you want to participate:
- Go to www.LawMeets.com
- Sign in.
- Under “MiniMeets” click on “Go to MiniMeets.”
- On the MiniMeet page, click on “Should I Stay or Should I Go.”
- Watch the video.
- Consider how you would respond if this were your client.
- Record your advice using your webcam (sorry, no iPhones). I use Photobooth on my MacBook. If you don’t have a webcam, borrow someone else’s. Your video cannot be longer than 3 minutes.
- When you are done, return to the “Should I Stay or Should I Go” page and upload your video file. Remember to log in as yourself if you are using your friend’s computer.
- You must upload your response NO LATER THAN 5 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 23.
- Beginning at 5:01pm on Sunday, you can return to the “Should I Stay or Should I Go” page to vote on your favorite responses.
- The Top 10 submissions will receive feedback from a panel of faculty experts. The top Drexel submissions will be representing the Law School at the 2012 Transactional LawMeetSM.
Contact Professor Karl Okamoto at email@example.com with any questions.