David Raeker-Jordan is dedicated to improving students’ learning experiences through pedagogical innovation. Whether through the use of team-based learning, metacognitive reflection, or incorporating pedagogical best-practices into his course design, Professor Raeker-Jordan strives to create a classroom designed to maximize learning and create self-motivated learners.
Professor Raeker-Jordan teaches courses related to legal methods, including Legal Methods I and II, Legal Methods III-Contract Drafting, Legal Methods III-Advanced Legal Analysis, and Intensive Legal Analysis. Professor Raeker-Jordan also coordinates the Fundamentals of the Bar Exam course and is the faculty advisor for the Moot Court Honor Society.
BS, North Carolina State University
JD, University of South Carolina School of Law, cum laude
Associate Legal Methods Professor, Widener University School of Law
Assistant Legal Methods Professor, Widener University School of Law
Legal Writing Professor, Widener University School of Law
Visiting Legal Writing Professor, Widener University School of Law
Order of the Coif
Association of American Law Schools
American Bar Association
Legal Writing Institute
Vice Chairperson, Harrisburg Center for Peace and Justice
“Team-Based Learning 101,” 2014 Legal Writing Institute Biennial Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 2014. Co-presented with Professor Jennifer Lear, The George Washington University Law School and University of Baltimore School of Law.