LWI and ALWD have chosen this day to launch a new campaign, the “Full Citizenship Project for All Law Faculty,” because of the professional status challenges that continue to plague skills-based and academic support law faculty, who are predominantly women. They are inviting individual signatures endorsing the Full Citizenship Statement, which the SALT Board voted to endorse in March 2015. SALT has long supported efforts to strengthen the role of the very faculty–including legal writing, clinical and academic support faculty–most able to lead law school efforts to further experiential education. The signature campaign begins today and will end on Equal Pay Day (April 4). Please consider adding your name here and sharing this message with your contacts. The LWI and ALWD press release provides more details.
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The Northeast People of Color Legal Scholarship Conference (NEPOC) and the Conference of Asian Pacific American Law Faculty (CAPALF) Proudly Present Race Hate: The New Normal?
WHEN: May 31 - June 1
WHERE: Albany Law School
WHEN: October 4 - October 6
WHERE: Penn State Law
WHEN: November 2 - November 3
WHERE: Morgantown, West Virginia
Papers & Conferences
Call for Papers--2018 SNX (South-North Exchange Conference)