February 15, 2006
Rocky Mountain conference
Reminder: March 1st is the deadline to register for the Rocky Mountain Regional Legal Writing Conference. All participants must register; this includes presenters, too. There is no conference fee, but we need an accurate count to order the food and plan the rooms. For registration and other information about the conference, go to:
I'll share a little secret here: The Rocky Mountain Conference is always a lot of fun. Tucson is gorgeous in March. And while we can't predict the weather, it was 78 degrees today -- and sunny. March is usually beautiful swimming weather. We have the best Mexican food north of the border -- and yes, we are just a little over 45 minutes from Nogales, Mexico. Because the conference is free and meals are provided, you should have a little extra spending money for our world-famous margaritas.
Our plenary speaker this year is Richard Neuman, who will be speaking on Attention Deficit Disorder, Dyslexia, and Legal Writing. Thanks to program chairs, Terry Pollman and Judy Stinson, we have a program full of outstanding presentations by experienced legal writing professionals. Take a look for yourself:
Today is the last day to book the group rate at the Windmill Inn. You still have until Feb. 22 to get the group rate at the Sheraton. For details on hotels, see:
You can fly into either Tucson or Phoenix. The Phoenix airport is an easy 2-hour drive to the conference site.
Director of Legal Writing & Associate Clinical Professor of Law
The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law
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