Saturday, December 4, 2021
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 Oregon School of Law was "(Not) Just Visiting: Navigating Early Careers in Legal Writing."
Speakers at the Oregon workshop included:
- Mary N. Bowman (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
- Marcilynn Burke (Oregon)
- Alexa Chew (University of North Carolina School of Law)
- Tom Cobb (Mitchell Hamline School of Law)
- Ericka Curran (Dayton)
- Ebony Davenport (Dayton)
- Denielle J. Lewis (NKU Chase College of Law)
- Anne Mullins (Stetson)
- Latisha Nixon-Jones (Mercer University School of Law)
- Amanda Peters (South Texas College of Law)
- Katrina Robinson (Oregon)
- Ezra Ross (University of California Irvine School of Law)
- Suzanne Rowe (Oregon)
- Emily Wright (Oregon)