Date(s) of Conference:
January 4-8, 2011
San Francisco, CA
The 2011 Annual Meeting in San Francisco provides members with an opportunity to discuss how the Association’s core values guide law schools as they address the issues confronting legal education. It is precisely because law schools have pursued these values that legal education in the U.S. is the model and envy of the world. Especially in the face of daunting challenges it is important that law schools continue to be anchored in these values as they adapt to necessary changes in what they do and how they do it.
Call for Papers:
- Open Source sessions at the Annual Meeting are novel ideas for programs proposed by groups of faculty members and selected by a committee in a competitive process. The programs should be innovative and include interactive and out of the ordinary approaches to presenting the topics.
- For your proposal to be considered, you must provide the following submission requirements:
- Program title
- Detailed description and explanation of what the program is trying to accomplish
- Names of the planners of the program and a description of how the program idea was generated
- Names of speakers to be invited including their full names and schools with a link to or copy of their vita
- Presentation format of program
- Program publishing information: Will the program be published? If so, where would it be published?
- Submissions for Open Source proposals should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 17, 2010
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