November 5, 2006
mini-conference in Boston
As announced by the legal writing faculty at Suffolk University:
"The next regional conference of the New England Consortium of Legal Writing Teachers will be held at Suffolk University Law School in Boston, MA on Friday, December 1, 2006.
"The topic is “Taking a Student's Draft to the Next Stage Through Student Conferences.” The conference will not involve presentations, but rather hands-on workshops where groups of legal writing professionals will break off and discuss varying ways on conferencing the student's memo. The memo will be made available to all participants in the near future. We also will post any handouts that professors use during their conferences, such as peer-editing reviews, self-graded worksheets, or other similar documents.
"The conference will run from approximately 9:30 a.m. (Breakfast) - 2:30 p.m. Details for accommodations and directions will soon be posted. I am also in negotiations with Al Roker to ensure that we do not have a repeat of the ice/blinding snow blizzard that hit this conference last year.
"This consortium was co-founded by Suffolk University Law School, New England Law School, and Boston College Law School, several years ago, and has been a popular conference ever since. We hope to see you there.
"Please e-mail Professor Ann McGonigle Santos at email@example.com by November 17, 2006 if you plan to attend our conference."
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