Friday, July 10, 2009
Continuing to report on progress and prizes in the legal writing field:
At the University of Maine, Angie Arey was appointed Associate Professor of Legal Writing, a nice step up from the "Legal Writing Instructor" title she held for the past two years. Nancy Wanderer's title has been upgraded now, too, to Professor of Legal Writing, in addition to her title as Director of the Legal Research and Writing Program.
At Rutgers-Camden, legal writing professor Sarah Ricks was named the Lawyering Professor of the Year, an award she shared with clinic professor Sandra Simkins.