Here's an announcement of two conferences, both of which I hope will interest you, and the first of which I'm organizing (with generous help from a number of other workshop colleagues):
Please save the dates for two clinical scholarship conferences -- on a single weekend next fall.
The first will be a celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Clinical Theory Workshop, to be held all day Friday, October 1, 2010, and on the morning of Saturday, October 2, at New York Law School. Its theme will be: "Twenty-five years of clinical scholarship: What have we learned, and what should we work on next?"
The second will be the third writers' workshop sponsored by the Clinical Law Review, to be held Saturday afternoon, October 2, and Sunday morning, October 3, at NYU School of Law. The writers' workshop welcomes clinicians with works-in-progress on all topics, whether specially clinical or not, and will meet in small groups whose members will discuss and offer suggestions for each other's works.
The two workshops are independent but also interrelated. More information on each will be coming in the next few weeks. Meanwhile, we hope you'll save the dates for both!
Steve Ellmann (chair of the New York Law School Clinical Theory Workshop)
Kate Kruse, Michael Pinard, and Randy Hertz (co-editors-in-chief of the Clinical Law Review)