Thursday, December 29, 2016

Law Professors & Other Law School Folks Meet in SF

The Association of American Law Schools is the professional association for law teachers and administrators. It's been around a long time: next week (Jan. 3-7) it hold its 111th annual meeting, in San Francisco, led by this year's president, Dean Kellye Y. Testy of UW Law.

UW Law activities at the meeting include:

  • Helen A. Anderson, William S. Bailey, Benjamin S. Halasz, and Kathleen McGinnis will speak on experiential learning in legal writing programs.
  • Jennifer S. Fan will speak on corporate venture capital; Prof. Fan is also participating in a discussion on why transactional law matters.
  • Anita K. Krug is the chair-elect of the Section on Securities Regulation. 
  • Aline Carton Listfjeld and Hugh Spitzer will participate in a discussion on leadership in the law school curriculum.
  • Emily McReynolds will speak on a panel about using technology to increase access to justice and law school engagement. Michele Storms, now at the ACLU of Washington, will moderate that panel; she's finishing up her term as chair-elect of the Section on Pro-Bono and Public Service Opportunities. 
  • Peter Nicolas will speak on LGBT legal issues after Obergefell.
  • Dean Testy is all over the meeting in her role as president. She's also speaking on a panel on the future of corporate governance.

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