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Posters at the 2011 AALS Annual Meeting

Faculty members of AALS member and fee-paid law schools were invited to submit a proposal of a poster presentation for the 2011 AALS Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California (January 5-8, 2011).

Goal of Posters at AALS Annual Meeting 

Posters are intended to provide authors an opportunity to present in clear and succinct fashion the thesis and conclusion of their research or to describe teaching innovations outside formal program presentations. Because the focus is on the content of the research and innovative teaching, posters that are primarily promoting a book, software or materials or a law school program or project are not eligible for poster display. Other advertising or fliers are not permitted with posters.

Posters sponsored by Committee on Sections and Annual Meeting
Shaming Trademark Bullies
Leah Chan Grinvald, Saint Louis University School of Law

Survey: Biosecurity Codes and Ethics, BWC Participants 2009
Victoria Sutton, Texas Tech University School of Law

Entrepreneurship Education for Law Schools
Eric Gouvin, Western New England College School of Law

Posters sponsored by Section on Academic Support
Bringing Academic Support to Life with Technology
Courtney G. Lee, University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law

Posters sponsored by Section on Family and Juvenile Law
Abortion Jurisprudence and Empirical Evidence
Jeremy Blumenthal, Syracuse University College of Law

Helping Parents Tell Their Children About Separation and Divorce: Social Science Frameworks and the Lawyer’s Counseling Responsibility
Mary Kay Kisthardt, University of Missouri–Kansas City School of Law

Poster sponsored by Section on Law, Medicine and Health Care
Improving Access to Hospice Care for Hispanic and African-American Patients
Kathy L. Cerminara, Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center

Poster sponsored by Section on Clinical Legal Education
Human Rights Litigation, Hamad v. Gates, et al
Gwynne L. Skinner, Willamette University College of Law

Poster sponsored by Section on International Law
Comparative Philanthropy Law and the Tax-Centrism of the American Third Sector
Alyssa A. DiRusso, Samford University Cumberland School of Law

Energy Innovation
Elizabeth Burleson, University of South Dakota School of Law

Poster sponsored by Section on Children and the Law
The Principle of Subsidiarity Applied:  Reforming the Legal Framework to Capture the Psychological Abuse of Children
Jessica Dixon Weaver, Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law

Poster sponsored by Section on Minority Groups
Putting the Walk with the Talk—Working the Educational Pipeline to Assure Diversity in the Profession
Sarah E. Redfield, University of New Hampshire School of Law

Poster sponsored by Section on Animal Law
Barking Up the Wrong Tree: Companion Animals, Emotional Damages And The Judiciary’s Failure To Keep Pace
Sabrina DeFabritiis, Suffolk University Law School

Posters sponsored by Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research
Got Issues? An Empirical Study about Framing Them
Judith D. Fischer, University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law

How the 1L Legal Analysis & Writing Course Can Bring the “Real-World” of Law Practice to the Classroom
Nicole Raymond Chong, The Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law

Beyond Etiquette: Bringing E-Communication into the LRW Classroom
Elena Margolis and Kristen E. Murray, Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law

The IL Journaling Project
Jeffrey Proske, University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law

Poster sponsored by Section on International Human Rights
From the Classroom to the Camps: Defending Human Rights in the Aftermath of Disaster
Kathleen Bergin, South Texas College of Law
Tracy L. McGaugh, Touro Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center

Posters sponsored by Section on Teaching Methods
Do You Know The Learning-Style Preferences Of Your Law Students?
Christine E. Rollins, Saint Louis University School of Law

Do Law Students Want Multiple Graded and Ungraded Assignments? Results from an Empirical Research Project Regarding Law Students’ Assessment Preferences
Emily B. Zimmerman, Drexel University Earle Mack School of Law

Hiding the Ball
Eric Johnson, University of North Dakota School of Law