Friday, December 5, 2014

One of the One-Day Workshops

The Legal Writing Institute has hosted one-day workshops each December since 2009, when the first two workshops were held in Chicago (at The John Marshall Law School) and New York City (at St. John's University).  The number of workshops has grown, and in some years we've had as many as 16 workshops across the country.  This year there are ten workshops.  Seven of them are being held this weekend and three others will be held next weekend.

One of those workshops is being held today at California Western School of Law in San Diego.  Speakers and moderators there include:

  • Niels Schaumann (California Western School of Law)
  • David W. Austin (California Western School of Law)
  • Allison Cato (Calfornia Western School of Law)
  • Elizabeth Carroll (USC Gould School of Law)
  • Maureen Johnson (Loyola Los Angeles)
  • Ruth Hargrove (California Western School of Law)
  • Jeanne Merino (Stanford Law School)
  • Lisa Black (California Western School of Law)
  • Charles Calleros (Arizona State University)
  • Kathryn Fehrman (California Western School of Law)
  • Joe Kimble (Western Michigan University Thomas Cooley Law School)
  • Roberta Thyfault (California Western School of Law)
  • Julie Ryan (USC Gould School of Law)
  • Fiona McKenna (Golden Gate University)
  • Tim Casey (California Western School of Law)
  • Lance Long (Stetson University College of Law)
  • Mark E. Wojcik (The John Marshall Law School)

The conference is well attended, with attendees from across California and from other states including Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Michigan, and Washington. And the presentations are just great -- these one-day workshops offer participants a great opportunity to re-energize in the middle of the academic year and to share ideas and experiences with other colleagues.


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