I'm so grateful to everyone -- planners, presenters, facilitators, attenders (not to mention actors, songwriters and other mockers who took part in a gentle roast of yours truly) -- for all the effort they put into the conference. And the workshops, 25 years old and going strong, are the work of all of us who attend and have aimed over the years to build a forum that is serious, supportive, constructive and fun all at the same time. Thank you to all! Borrowing from the song lyrics that Bob Dinerstein wrote for this weekend, don't say nothin bad about our workshop!
Saturday, October 9, 2010
Clinical Theory Workshop 25th Anniversary Conference
I can't resist reporting here that this conference -- an anniversary party for the Clinical Theory Workshops, which I've chaired for 25 years -- took place last weekend, October 1-2, 2010, at New York Law School. The theme was "Twenty-Five Years of Clinical Scholarship: What Have We Learned, and What Should We Work on Next?" Possibly that question wasn't completely resolved, but the discussions along the way were great. You can see much more information about the conference at the New York Law School conference webpages.