Saturday, December 4, 2021

LWI One-Day Workshops: Brandeis

Each year, the Legal Writing Institute (LWI) organizes One-Day Legal Writing Workshops hosted at law schools across the country. These workshops have given legal writing professors an opportunity to attend smaller conferences on selected themes. Over the years, hundreds of legal writing professors have been presenters at these workshops.

This year the LWI is hosting seven One-Day Workshops.

The theme of the workshop held yesterday at the University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law was "This is Who We Are: Teaching Professional Identity, Diversity, and Cultural Competency."

The speakers at the Brandeis conference included:

  • Marni Goldstein Caputo (Boston University School of Law)
  • Shavonnie Carthens (University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law)
  • Daniel Craine (Dayton)
  • Catherine DuBois (Brooklyn)
  • Adam Eckart (Suffolk)
  • Amanda Elyse (Seattle)
  • Michael Fahy (OSU)
  • Margaret Hahn-DuPont (Northeastern)
  • Joy Kanwar (Brooklyn)
  • Katherine Silver Kelly (OSU)
  • Katherine C. Kim (Loyola Law School Los Angeles)
  • Delores Korb Mayer (Wayne State University Law School)
  • Kathy Luz (Boston University School of Law)
  • Jennifer Mitchell (George Washington University)
  • Sara Ochs (University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law)
  • Erika Nicole Pont (George Washington University)
  • JoAnne Sweeney (University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law)
  • Danielle Tully (Brooklyn)
  • Gigi Walker (Boston University School of Law)
  • Whitney Werich Heard (University of Houston Law Center)
  • Patricia Winograd (Loyola Law School Los Angeles)
  • Marcia Ziegler (University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law)

(mew)

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