UBE Transition Boot Camp Conference (March 7) and 7th Annual SWCASP Conference (March 8)
Join St. Mary's University School of Law in beautiful San Antonio, Texas, for two conferences focused on academic and bar support!
First, in light of Texas moving to the UBE, on Thursday, March 7, 2019, St. Mary's will host a UBE Transition Boot Camp to discuss issues, strategies, and solutions for those schools (in Texas and elsewhere) facing an upcoming transition to the Uniform Bar Exam. We have a host of expert presenters to help guide us all! Specifically, we will discuss the details of the UBE and its grading structure – and how it differs from the tests it replaces. We also recognize that this transition will cause changes in how we counsel students, the design of academic support programs, and the curriculum of the law school – so we have asked peers who have been through this process for recommendations on preparing our students, faculty, and academic support departments for the transition.
Then, on Friday, March 8, 2019, St. Mary's is proud to host the 7th Annual SWCASP Conference – focused on innovative ideas that allow academic support departments to collaborate with others to achieve results. The conference will kick off on Thursday evening with a welcome dinner sponsored by Barbri. As in past years, we have a great slate of presenters for the conference to discuss all aspects of collaboration and coordination.
For both conferences, we have reserved a block of rooms at the historic Menger Hotel, right next to the Alamo at 204 Alamo Plaza, San Antonio, TX, 78205. Please use this link to reserve your room:
Which conference(s) will you be attending?
The UBE Transition Boot Camp on Thursday, March 7
The SWCASP Conference on Friday, March 8
Would you be interested in getting dinner before the UBE Transition Boot Camp Conference (night of Wednesday, March 6)?
I will be attending the SWCASP Welcome Dinner at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 7.
To make your attendance at either conference more enjoyable, please indicate any special needs you may have(i.e., dietary restrictions, wheelchair access, etc.).
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