June 28, 2005
Save the date: Clinical Writers’ Workshop April 29, 2006
The Clinical Law Review's Board of Editors plans to hold a day-long "clinical writers' workshop" on Saturday, April 29, 2006. At this workshop clinical teachers will have the opportunity to “workshop” their works-in-progress (whether those are books or articles or essays on clinical pedagogy, substantive law issues or other topics, or other types of writing). The workshop immediately precedes the AALS Clinical Conference of Spring 2006, which will be held in New York City at NYU Law School (which is one of the three sponsors of the Review, along with CLEA and AALS).
At the workshop, all attendees will be in small groups organized by the
subject matter in which they are writing (clinical pedagogy, specific areas
of the law, and so forth). During the course of the day, each group will
"workshop" the draft of each member of the group. The groups will be
determined before the conference and all participants will be asked to
circulate their draft to all members of their group approximately a month
before the workshop so that everyone has an opportunity to read the drafts
of their fellow group members before the workshop begins.
There will not be an admission or registration fee for the
conference. Meals will be provided during the workshop but participants
will have to arrange and pay for their own travel and lodgings.
The Board will provide more details in the announcement in the Fall. In the interim, if you have any comments or suggestions, please send them to
Randy Hertz at email@example.com.
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