Saturday, October 12, 2019

NECASP Call for Proposals Deadline

Request for Proposals: Presentation and Scholarly “Works in Progress”

New England Consortium of Academic Support Professionals (NECASP) Conference

Friday December 13, 2019
Vermont Law School
South Royalton, VT

NECASP will be holding its annual one-day conference and has designated time for presentations. Our
topic this year is “Admission to Admission: Getting students the tools they need to build the bridge
from day 1 to swearing-in.” We will gather in Vermont to share and explore ideas with ASP colleagues
on how to prepare students for admission to the bar and all that entails (academics, bar passage,
character and fitness, and professionalism) beginning from their admission to law school. We welcome
a broad range of proposals – from presenters in the New England Region and beyond – and at various
stages of completion – from idea to fruition.

If you wish to present, the proposal process is as follows:
1. Submit your proposal by October 14, 2019 , via email to Joe Brennan at
2. Proposals may be submitted as a Word document or as a PDF
3. Proposals must include the following:
    a. Name and title of presenter
    b. Law School
    c. Address, email address, and telephone number for presenter
    d. Title
    e. Short description of the presentation including time requested
    f. Bio of the presenter
    g. If a scholarly work in progress, an abstract no more than 500 words
    h. Media or computer presentation needs
4. As noted above, proposals are due on Monday, October 14, 2019.

The NECASP Board will review the proposals and reply to each by Monday, November 4, 2019.

If you have any questions about your proposal, please do not hesitate to contact one of us, and we hope
to see many of you in Vermont later this year!

2019-2020 NECASP Board members:
Chair: Joe Brennan
Director of Academic Success and Professor of Law
Vermont Law School

Vice Chair: Liz Stillman
Associate Professor of Academic Support
Suffolk University Law School

Secretary: Amy Vaughan-Thomas
Director of Academic Success
University of Massachusetts School of Law

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