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Editor: Amy Jarmon
Texas Tech Univ. School of Law

Thursday, May 1, 2008

2008 LSAC Workshop for New Academic Support Professionals

LSAC has e-mailed and mailed materials to ASP professionals regarding this year's Academic Assistance Topical Workshop for new professionals.  In addition, information has been sent through the ASP listserv.  However, if you are a new professional, you may have missed those sources of information.  So, the basic topic information and contact information are included below. (Amy Jarmon)

2008 LSAC Academic Assistance Topical Workshops

Workshop for New Academic Support Professionals

"Using Hands-On Strategies to Build a Strong Foundation for Successful Academic Support"

The University of Maryland School of Law, Baltimore, MD

June 12-14, 2008

Who Should Attend:

Registrationi for this workshop is restricted to faculty and administrators who work with academic assistance programs, either as a director or in a supporting capacity, with up to three years of experience.  For those new academic support faculty and adminsitrators with bar exam preparation responsibilities, there will be a conference devoted to that topic at Southwestern Law School, Los Angeles, California, September 19-20, 2008.  Separate registration materials will be provided for that workshop.  The topic for the third workshop has not been decided yet.

The Workshop Planning Committee wants each registrant to know that an intense training curriculum has been planned and attendance at all sessions is expected.

Additionial Information and Questions:

Questions concerning the curriculum or registration should be directed to Kent Lollis,, 215.968.1227.  Logistical questionis should be directed to Russell A. McClain,, 410.706.2271.

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