Friday, August 22, 2008
AALS has sent out the invitation for proposals for poster presentations for the 2009 AALS Annual Meeting in San Diego, California. One of the sections seeking posters is the AALS Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research. (Another is the AALS Section on International Law, and the AALS Section on International Human Rights Law.)
The oh-so-strict guidelines for AALS posters are available by clicking here. Last year many poster submissions were rejected because they failed to conform to the technical requirements.
The deadline for submissions to AALS is September 30th. Once the posters have been approved by AALS, AALS sends them to the Poster Committee for the AALS Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research, which then determines which posters to display.
They say that the limit on the number of posters is unknown right now. (I say, the more the merrier. Accept them all! No one is forcing anyone to look at them!)
If you questions about posters for the legal writing section, please contact Samantha Moppett at Suffolk University Law School by clicking here.