Friday, May 17, 2019

8:00–8:45 am Room 301

Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:45 am Welcome
9:00–10:00 am Room 395

Organizing and Running an Academic Legal Writing Seminar as a Writing Workshop

— Sarah Baker, Jeremy Mullem & Rebecca Rich

Room 397

Cultivating and Sustaining Change: Moving Past Core Grammar Toward Remedial Writing Instruction, Holistic Writing Assessment and WAC

— Courtney Bryant & Shirley E. Faulkner-Springfield

10:00–10:10 am Break
10:10–11:10 am Room 395

Adventures in Curricular Redesign
— Catherine Wasson, Sue Liemer, Kate McLeod, and Janet Keefer

Autonomy vs. Efficiency: How Do Legal Writing Professors Work Best?
— Sue Liemer

Room 397

Juris-M Research Management Software for Faculty and Student Scholarship
— Russell Gold

11:10–11:20 pm Break
11:20 am–12:20 pm Room 395

Ways You Can Use Hill & Vukadin’s Legal Analysis: 101 Exercises for Mastery
— John Korzen

Using LibGuides and Classmarker for Content Delivery and Online Assessment in and Beyond the Classroom
— Aaron Glenn

Room 397

Teaching to the Test: Skill Building and Final Project Preparation in the Legal Writing Classroom
— Shelly Bibb DeAdder

Classroom Techniques and Practical Advice for 1L Success in Legal Writing
— Heather Gram, Sara Ochs & Marissa Meredith

12:30–1:45 pm Room 301

Lunch sponsored by LexisNexis.
Presentation by Laura Glover, LexisNexis Research Attorney, Law Schools

1:45–2:45 pm Room 395

Moral Foundation Theory as the Basis for Legal Argument Themes
— Jennifer North

Human to Human: LRW Faculty and Student Connections
— Rebekah Maxwell

2:45 pm Room 395

Closing Remarks

3:00 pm USC Law Building Tours
LexisNexis WestlawEdge