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Other Upcoming Conferences/Workshops:

October 25, 2014: Moot Court Conference at Marquette Law School.

The LWI Moot Court Committee is pleased to announce a Moot Court Conference at Marquette Law School on October 25, 2014.  The conference will cover a range of topics covering moot court and appellate advocacy. If you teach appellate advocacy or work with your law school's moot court program, or if you are an appellate practitioner, this is the conference for you.  The conference is co-hosted by LWI and Marquette.

Call for Proposals:

Please submit your proposals to Elizabeth Inglehart, e-inglehart@law.northwestern.edu, by September 5, 2014.  Proposals (no more than two pages long) should include your topic, presentation length, tech needs, and format (panel, roundtable discussion, co-presenter, individual presenter).  Possible topics:  building and maintaining a moot court program, teaching brief writing or oral advocacy skills, persuasion in appellate advocacy, running or participating in a moot court competition.  Presentations should be 25 minutes long, although you should let us know if you would prefer 45 minutes.

Please also consider attending if you would like to participate in an advocacy workshop to receive training in appellate brief writing or oral argument.  If you are interested in workshop training, please email Elizabeth Inglehart with your interest and specify whether you are interested in training in brief writing, oral advocacy, or both.

Please contact the conference co-chairs with questions about the conference.  Melissa Greipp (melissa.greipp@marquette.edu : 414.288.6996) or Mary Nagel (7nagel@jmls.edu : 312.427.2737 ext. 342).  There is no cost associated with this conference.



Access to Virtual Legal Writing Conferences/Archives:

Stetson University College of Law hosts periodic "Legal Writing Conference Webinars."   You can access the webinars, including previously held webinars, by visiting the LEGAL WRITING CONFERENCE WEBINARS PAGE on Stetson's website.