CFP: Feminist Law Teachers Conference, Saturday, Nov. 21 at Temple Law School

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The 17th Annual Conference of The Delaware Valley, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia Feminist Law Teachers will take place on Saturday, November 21st at Temple University Law School from approximately 8:45 AM to 4:30 PM.

The Conference has always been 6 credits of CLE, including 1 ethics credit.

If you have just finished or are about to finish an article please consider presenting. The article does not have to be overtly feminist. This has been a generally supportive group, particularly for new law teachers.

We cannot pay expenses but we can notify you of hotel discounts.

Please submit proposals to Marina.Angel@temple.edu as soon as possible.

–Marina Angel

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4 Responses to CFP: Feminist Law Teachers Conference, Saturday, Nov. 21 at Temple Law School

  1. Ann Bartow says:

    I’ve been to earlier iterations of this conference and it is always great. If I had any travel money I’d go this year too. Marina Angel has tirelessly mentored a lot of feminist law profs over the years, and this conference is a wonderful opportunity for junior folks.

  2. sumshel says:

    Could someone who just graduated in May submit a paper?

  3. Ann Bartow says:

    I think the conference is for feminist law teachers – people who are already teaching at law schools in some capacity. But e-mail Marina Angel if you want, she has the details.

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