June 26, 2009 Family Law Conference: A Family Law Education Conference With Topics to Enliven Your Teaching

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William Mitchell College of Law has issued a call for papers and presenters for its upcoming workship, “Family Law Conference: A Family Law Education Conference With Topics to Enliven Your Teaching.”

Share your teaching theories, ideas and experiments! Selected papers will be published in a special issue of the Family Court Review.   Workshop proposals should include:

  • A 200-word abstract
  • A one-page outline
  • Three learning objectives
  • Presenter contact information

Submission deadline: March 1
Please send workshop proposals to Nancy Ver Steegh at nancy.versteegh@wmitchell.edu or call 651-290-6342 with questions.

The workshop will take place Friday, June 26 at William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota.   The workshop is cosponsored by The Midwest Family Law Consortium: Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis; University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law; and William Mitchell College of Law; With the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Minnesota Chapter; the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts; and Hofstra University School of Law, Center for Children Families and the Law.

Shared Family Law teaching materials are available at the Family Law Education Reform Project’s website.

-Bridget Crawford

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