LWI 2018 Biennial Conference Tentative Program
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Wed. 7/116 to 8 p.m.Opening Reception
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Thurs. 7/128 to 8:45 a.m. Breakfast
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8:45 to 10 a.m.Welcome from Dean Kearney and Plenary
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11:15 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.Concurrent SessionsPanel#LegalWriting: Using Twitter to Gather Ideas, Build Professional Networks, and Connect with Modern Practice TrendsEllie Margolis, Jennifer Romig, Anne Ralph, Joe Fore, Rachel Gurvich, and Beth Wilensky
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Idea Bank Live 1. Introducing Oral Advocacy Using "Hot Topics" Presentations; 2. Ripped from the Headlines: Using Current Supreme Court Cases to Teach Statutory Interpretation; 3. Cases Alive! Branching into Law for 1L Students1. Karen Sanner; 2. Neil Sobol; and 3. Anne Alexander
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PanelWay Back to School: Intersections of Classical Rhetoric and Contemporary LawAngela Morrison, Megan E. Boyd, Kirsten Dauphinais, Kirsten Davis, Joanne Liebman Matson, Sue Provenzano, and Lori D. Johnson
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PanelConverting to Tenure: Stories of SuccessMel Weresh, Chris Coughlin, Nancy Soonpaa, Kirsten Davis, and Terry Pollman
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PanelGetting Students to the Finish Line: Perspectives on Bar Prep Classes, Strategies, and Materials to Prepare Students for the Bar ExamWanda Temm, Dan Real, Joan Rocklin, Kristin Cote, and Susan Bakhshian
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PanelTeaching Workshop: Going "Back to School" with New IdeasHeather Baxter, Jim Dimitri, Michelle Cue, Tamara Herrera, Trisha Kanan, and Tracy Norton
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12:30 to 2 p.m.Lunch
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ALWD Membership Meeting
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Meetings of various groups
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2:15 p.m. to 3 p.m.Concurrent SessionLecture/Interactive PresentationWhy Legal Writers Should Think Like TeachersLaura Webb
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationArtificial Intelligence Meets Legal ResearchDyane O'Leary
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationUsing New Tools and Old Tricks to Improve Student WritingJane Scott
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationNew Year, New Goal for Faculty and Students: Zealously Guard Your Wellbeing for Peak PerformanceDebra Austin
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PanelBig Foot, UFOs, and a Prestigious Legal PedigreeBrie Sherwin, Robert Sherwin, Wendy-Adele Humphrey, and DeLeith Gossett
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Scholarly Research/Work in ProgressClimate Comments-Leaders of Tommorow Impacting Climate Change TodayEmily Brown
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationWhat I Learned About When I Learned Something NewBeth Wilensky
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3:15 to 4 p.m.Concurrent SessionsPanelHow We Built a Scholarly Working Group Devoted to Classical Legal Rhetoric (and How You Can Do the Same Thing with Other Legal Writing Subjects)Brian Larson, Ted Becker, Lori Johnson, Kirsten Dauphinais, and Susan Provenzano
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationThe Benefit of Reading Aloud in the Legal Writing ClassrromAnn Nowak
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationBeyond Litigation, Towards Justice: How to Teach Policy Advocacy to Legal Writing StudentsNantiya Ruan
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationHelicopter ProfessorsEmily Grant
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Scholarly Research/Work in ProgressJudges and the Craft of WritingAmy Langenfeld
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationTeaching Students to Apply the Law: Learning from South Park and Railroad LawBrad Desnoyer
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationWriting ImagesSusan King
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4 to 5:30 p.m.Poster PresentationsPosterLegal TextingDyane O'Leary
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Poster#EQ4ALL@[YourSchool]: Telling the Stories of Students, Staff, and Faculty Members who are Committed to Equality for AllMaureen Johnson
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PosterPlans for Success: Using Strategic Planning Tools in First-Year Legal Writing CoursesWendy Shea
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PosterBack to School with Stairway to Heaven: Using Current Cases to Introduce the Basics Before School StartsConnie Smothermon and Erin DeWalt
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PosterCharacter 101: Developing Character Traits in Law StudentsHeather Baum
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PosterTeaching Legal Skills Through and Experiential Education CourseMichael Cedrone and Susan McMahon
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PosterChallenging the Faulty Assumptions of the MajorityKarin Mika
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PosterIntegrating Tech & Maximizing Student Engagement: A Case for Laptops in the LRW ClassroomAdrienne Brungess
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PosterValue-Based Decision Making: Teaching the Values Portion of Knowledge, Skills, and ValuesKathryn Campbell and Kathryn Mercer
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PosterLegal Communication & Rhetoric: JALWD
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PosterThe Monograph Series
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PosterJournal of the Legal Writing Institute
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PosterLWI Lives
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PosterSecond Draft
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5 to 6 p.m.Meetings of various groups
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6 to 7 p.m. ALWD New Directors Meeting
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Fri. 7/138:15 to 9 a.m.Coffee SessionsCoffee Session The Elephant or the Donkey in the Room: Revealing our True Colors in a Tumultuous TimeJennifer Rosa
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Coffee Session Hear Me: How Legal Writing Professors Can Teach Students to Use Responsible Rhetoric to Create Alternative Narratives, Combat Implicit Bias, and Promote Positive Social ChangeMaureen Johnson
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Coffee Session Is Remedial the New Normal?Jan Baker and Lisa Eichhorn
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Coffee Session Tackling the "D" Word: How We Can Enhance Diversity Among Legal Writing FacultyRosa Kim
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Coffee Session What is the Value of Scholarship?Karen Sneddon and Ted Becker
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Coffee Session Going Old School--To Hold Students Accountable for THEIR Role in THEIR LearningHeidi Thompson
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9:15 to 10:30 a.m.Concurrent SessionsPanelThe Revolution and Evolution of the Discipline of Legal WritingKim Holst, Lindsey Gustafson, Lori Johnson, and Lisa Mazzie
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PanelCatch the Wave: Teaching Legal Writing and Skills OnlineCynthia Adams, David Thomson, Ken Swift, and Amy Stein
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Idea Bank Live1. Using Reflective Essays to Integrate Students' Prior Writing Experience with Legal Writing; 2. Some User-Friendly Tools to Support Online Learning in LR&W 3. Collaborative Writing in the Cloud: No? Maybe? Yes?1. Anne Sinsheimer and Teresa Brostoff; 2. Ursula Weigold and Kim Peterson; 3. Gail Mullins, Daniel Nicholson, and Erin DeWalt
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Idea Bank Live1. Teaching Right-Brain Thinking: Letting The Cat Out of the Bag; 2. Turning Bar Prep into Legal Writing Workshops; 3. How to Create and Teach a "Problem Solving" Class at Your Law School1. Norm Plate; 2. Carol Knoepfler; 3. Kari Johnson
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PanelDeveloping a Professional Identity in the First Year of Law School Sammy Mansour, Margaret Hannon, and JoAnne Sweeny
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PanelMasters of Jurisprudence? Legal Writing Goes Back to School with a Different AudienceMark Burge, Deborah McGregor, and Katherine Lyons
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WorkshopCritiquing WorkshopLaura Graham and Camille Lamar
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10:45 to 11:30 a.m.Concurrent SessionsPanelCover to Cover: Published Authors Take the Mystique Out of the Book Writing Process from Proposal to PublicationKatrina Lee, Heidi Brown, Abigail Perdue, and Kathleen Vinson
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationHow to Use Learning Outcomes and Assessments to Foster Growth Mindsets in Your Legal Writing CourseCarrie Sperling and Trina Tinglum
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationTeaching with Technology: A Collective ExperimentKristen Murray
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationWhy Does It Matter if Readers Are "Drawn Into" A Story?Ruth Anne Robbins and Linda Berger
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PanelBest Practices in Designing Curricula and Teaching LLM Students: A Panel Coordinated by the LWI Global Legal Skills CommitteeKatherine Brem, John Thornton, and Lurene Contento
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationGroup Wise: The Power of Teams and How to Form Them Lindsey Gustafson, Mel Weresh, and Jennifer Rosa
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WorkshopCritiquing WorkshopLaura Graham and Camille Lamar
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11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.Concurrent SessionsScholarly Research/Work in ProgressTesting Whether Authorities Persuade: An Empirical Study Comparing Citations in Appellate Briefs and OpinionsAlexa Chew and Kevin Bennardo
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationUsing Visual, Digital, and Oral Communication Skills in the Legal Writing ClassroomJane Grise and Mellisa Henke
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationMurder by Consensus: Academic Mobbing, Professional Gas-Lighting, and Other Hierarchical TransgressionsDeborah Borman and Lucille Jewel
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationLinking Through Logic: Teaching First-Year Students to Orient Their Writing and Oral Advocacy Around the Deep IssueMary Ksobiech and Anita Kay Head
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Scholarly Research/Work in ProgressIs the Pink Collar Too Tight? How Legal Writing's Pink Collar Status Affects Our PedagogyRachel Smith
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PanelIncorporating Ideas from Applied Linguistics and English Education into the Legal Writing ClassroomJeremy Francis, Allissa Hartig, Diane Kraft, and Lurene Contento
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WorkshopCritiquing WorkshopLaura Graham and Camille Lamar
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12:45 to 2 p.m. Lunch and LWI Membership Meeting
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2:15 to 3 p.m.Concurrent SessionsLecture/Interactive PresentationTrial by Fire: Lessons Learned from Integrating a Live-Client Hearing into a Required 1L ClassNancy Vettorello
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationReflective Practices for Students and FacultyRebecca Blemberg and Lisa Mazzie
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Scholarly Research/Work in ProgressArtisanal Advocacy: Using Narrative and Empathy in Briefs and Oral Argument to Reveal a Hidden StoryJulie Oseid, Melissa Love Koenig, and Amy Vorenberg
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PanelTeaching Students (and Ourselves) to Think Globally: the Why, What, and How of Infusing Transnational Law into the JD Legal Skills CurriculumRosa Kim, Diane Penneys Edelman, Susan DeJarnatt, Adrienne Brungess
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Scholarly Research/Work in ProgressA Tool that Cuts in Many Different Ways: Visual Rhetoric in Legal AdvocacyMichael Murray
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PanelA Macro- and Micro- Discussion of Legal Research Instruction in the 1L CurriculumLiz Johnson, T.J. Striepe, Franklin Runge, Alyson Drake, and Austin Williams
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WorkshopCritiquing WorkshopLaura Graham and Camille Lamar
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3:15 to 4 p.m.Concurrent SessionsScholarly Research/Work in ProgressFOMO and the Lawyer's Brain: How Shallow Reading Hurts Deep ThinkingMary Beth Beazley
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationCognitive Emotion and the LawHarold Lloyd
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Lecture/Interactive Presentation"You've Got a Friend in Me"--The Synergy of How the Legal Writing Department Can Help Our Students Get the Best Externship ExperiencesMary Nagel
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationBack to a New Future: Tips for Teaching Returning StudentsKatherine Lyons and Thomas Riordan
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationWords, Words, WordsIan Gallacher
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Lecture/Interactive PresentationWhere Do We Go From Here? An Interactive Discussion Enhanced by Real-Time Polling About Our Professional StatusBob Brain, Anne Wells, and Cindy Archer
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