Thursday, September 13, 2007
The following posting is from Michael Schwartz at Washburn School of Law:
Washburn still has 15 or so remaining slots for its Humanizing Legal Education Symposium, October 19-21. The list of 32 presenters includes leading experts in the humanizing field, in the comprehensive law movement, and in the teaching and learning field. The plenary speakers will be: Professor Larry Krieger of Florida State, Professor Susan Daicoff of Florida Coastal, Professor Barbara Glesner-Fines of UMKC, Professor Gerry Hess of Gonzaga, and Professor Paula Lustbader of Seattle. The list of attendees already includes representatives from more than 40 law schools and includes a Canadian law professor, a Canadian dean and an Australian law professor.
The conference is free to all attendees. Because space is so limited, please register as soon as possible. The conference schedule and registration are online. There are two ways to access the schedule and the registration form: either go to the Wasburn School of Law homepage and find the link to the conference materials under “Upcoming Events” or go directly to Humanizing Legal Education Conference. Register by clicking on the link labeled “Register Online” and then completing each of the fields in the registration form.