Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Deadline extended to March 30 for submitting proposals to Emory's 6th Biennial Transactional Legal Skills Conference to be held on June 1-2
The deadline for submitting proposals for Emory Law School's 6th Biennial transactional legal skills conference to be held on June 1-2 in Atlanta has been extended to March 30. Below is a note from Emory's Professor Sue Payne regarding the extension followed by a link for submitting a proposal:
The end of the school year is fast approaching and we want to give you one last chance to submit a proposal demonstrating what you are doing to foster excellence in the teaching of transactional law and skills.
Therefore, we’ve extended the proposal deadline through Friday, March 30, 2018.
Please submit your proposals as soon as possible. After March 30th, we’ll turn all of the proposals over to our Program Committee, who will notify those accepted and begin putting together the Program Schedule.
Even if you do not submit a proposal, please register for the conference now.
We are reaching far and wide to embrace the whole community of transactional law and skills educators, so please encourage your colleagues – including new teachers and adjunct professors (both at reduced registration fees) – to join us. It will be a wonderful time to gather, talk, share, teach, learn, and celebrate.