Tuesday, December 14, 2010


Yes, you need to learn to read the alphabet soup to be a legal educator. 

On December 10th & 11th, the Society of American Law Teachers (SALT) held its annual conference.  Veteran legal writing professors Lorraine Bannai and Anne Enquist, from Seattle University, gave a presentation on The Evolving Status of Legal Writing Faculty:  Distinctions with a Difference?  Click on the title here and you'll see the data they presented, making a compelling case for ameliorating the status of legal writing professors within the academy.  Much of this information reprises a presentation Anne gave at the LWI conference this past summer, and we're delighted she's committed to bringing it to a wider audience now.

hat tip:  Nolan Wright




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