November 21, 2006
Rocky Mountain legal writing conference
Professor Terry Pollman at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas has announced the following:
"UNLV is happy to host the Seventh Annual Rocky Mountain Legal Writing Conference this spring on March 9 and 10.
"The Program Committee invites participants to submit proposals for conference presentations. Presentations may be on any subject of interest to those teaching legal research and writing.
"Presenters have three options regarding time:
"1. We encourage presenters to suggest ideas for 20 minute slots. These are often practical presentations on teaching methods or assignments that have been especially successful for you.
We have many of these slots available.
"2. You may submit proposals for 30 minutes slots. We anticipate having several opportunities to present for 30 minutes.
"3. We also anticipate having just a few slots open for presentations lasting 55 minutes.
"Those wishing to propose a presentation should send a one-paragraph description of the presentation, as well as your name, address, phone, fax, and e-mail information to the Program Committee at both of these these addresses:
"The deadline for proposals is January 12, 2007. Also indicate the amount of time you'll need for your presentation, and whether you are flexible about that time. The cutoff date to get a conference rate at a local hotel will be January 25, and the committee will let you know if your proposal has been accepted by that time."
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