June 10, 2010
Moot Court Committee Wants to Help Create Problems at the LWI Conference (It's not what you think . . . or is it?)
Continuing our preview of the LWI Conference at Marco Island
On Tuesday, June 29, 2010 from 8:45 a.m. to 9:45 a.m., the LWI Moot Court Committee will host a roundtable discussion at the LWI Conference. The discussion will focus on moot court-related issues and will be led by Professors Melissa Greipp of Marquette University Law School, fellow blogger Coleen Barger of UALR William H. Bowen School of Law, and Allison Martin and Jim Dimitri of Indiana University School of Law at Indianapolis.
The discussion will focus on three topics:
- recruiting and managing judges;
- motivating and training students for national competitions; and
- creating moot court problems.
All LWI conference attendees are welcome to attend, especially those involved in their school’s moot court program. The room will be posted at the conference. Or maybe you'll all just meet by the pool?
Hat tip to Jim Dimitri
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