The 2020 Biennial Conference will be hosted by the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C.
The 2020 conference theme is “Teaching, Writing, and Thriving at All Stages.” This broad theme covers a number of topics relating to teaching, scholarship, and professional service. While we hope to inspire you with the “Teaching, Writing, and Thriving at All Stages” conference theme, the Program Committee welcomes proposals on any subject of interest to the legal writing community.
We believe that a rich and compelling program showcases a variety of voices and perspectives. With that in mind, we especially encourage submissions from those who are new to our community or who may not often present at this Biennial or other conferences. Mentoring is available for those who would like guidance on preparing a proposal, presenting, or both.
You may access the Call for Proposals here.
All proposals must be submitted using an online form available here. To submit a proposal, you will need to create a log-in and password. Even if you previously created an account, you will be prompted to create a new log-in and password. Please review the attached Call for Proposals before submitting.
We look forward to reviewing your conference proposals!
2020 Program Committee
Susan Chesler (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law) and Karen Sneddon (Mercer University School of Law) Co-Chairs
Robert Brain (Loyola Law School Los Angeles); Brad Desnoyer (Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law); Brenda Gibson (North Carolina Central University School of Law); Stephanie Hartung (Northeastern University School of Law); Dana Hill (Northwestern Pritzker School of Law); Eugene Kim (University of San Francisco School of Law)