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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

December workshops in Chicago and NYC for adjuncts interested in teaching legal writing

The Legal Writing Institute will be holding One-Day Workshops for Adjunct Professors and New Legal Writing Professors.  The workshops will take place on Friday, December 4, 2009, in two locations:  Chicago and New York City.  An updated brochure is attached to this message; please feel free to forward it to those who might benefit from attending the program.

The program will be held live in each location.  There will be four sessions:

1.  Nuts and Bolts (Choosing books, creating assignments, syllabus issues, etc.) 2.  Grading Papers and Handling Student Conferences 3.  Teaching Legal Research and Citation 4.  Thinking Forward

The attachment explains each session and provides names of those who will present in Chicago and New York.  We are extremely happy with the broad and enthusiastic participation of these highly-qualified panelists.

The cost of the one day workshop will be $100 for those who register in advance, and $120 at the door.  We recognize that even this relatively modest amount may be too much for some to pay, so partial tuition scholarships will be available for both locations.  Contact Mark Wojcik directly for more information about that (his contact information is below) and also on the attached brochure. 

Participants may register on line by following the links below, please note the first link is for the NYC location, the second for Chicago:

 

https://www.regonline.com/lwi-workshop-nyc

https://www.regonline.com/lwi-workshop-chi

 

Prof. Mark E. Wojcik

The John Marshall Law School

315 S. Plymouth Court

Chicago, IL 60604 USA

(312) 987-2391

7wojcik@jmls.edu<mailto:7wojcik@jmls.edu

 

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