Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Rocky Mountain Legal Writing Conference: Call for Proposals

We previously told you to save the date (Vegas, baby!) and now it's time for the Call for Proposals for the Fourteenth Annual Rocky Mountain Legal Writing Conference, which will be held on March 28 & 29, 2014 at the UNLV Boyd School of Law in Las Vegas, Nevada:

Presentations may be on any subject of interest to those teaching legal writing and research.  Most of the available slots will be for 25-minute presentations, but there will also be a few slots available for 50-minute presentations. Each participant should limit himself or herself to one proposal so that as many people as possible can have opportunities to present.

The deadline for proposals is Friday, January 10th. To submit a presentation proposal, please send the following information to Sara Gordon at [email protected] and Susie Salmon at [email protected]:

1. Contact information for all presenters and co-presenters
2. Title of presentation
3. Brief (one-paragraph) description of the presentation
4. Time needed for presentation (25 minutes or 50 minutes)
5. Technology needs for the presentation
 
The Program Committee will make decisions on proposals no later than Friday, January 17th to provide enough time for presenters to make travel plans.  If you need a decision earlier in order to secure travel funding, please let the Program Committee know as soon as possible so they can consider your proposal on a rolling basis.  
Registration information and more conference details will be available soon.  Registration is free, though the Program Committee requests that all participants register so they have an accurate head count. 
(h/t Sara Gordon)
(kem)

 

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