Session Type: Section Programs
Session Capacity: N/A
Room: Golden Gate
Floor: Twenty-Fifth Floor
This panel will explore a number of topics related to the work-life balance of law professors. Our group of expert panelists will discuss topics such as the following: Why law professors need to say "no" throughout their careers; when they should say "no" and when they should say "yes," both pre and post tenure; how they can say "no" without alienating colleagues and administrators; how they can enlist the help of their colleagues and administrators to say "no;" how they can take ownership of their post-tenure career; and, finally, how they can manage their time when they say "yes." Along the way, our panelists will offer tips and tricks that have proven effective in managing their own careers. Panelists will keep their remarks relatively brief to ensure that there will be ample time for audience interaction. Please join us for what should prove to be an informative, lively, and incredibly useful panel.
Business Meeting at Program Conclusion.
Dorothy Brown, Emory University School of Law
Elizabeth Burch, Florida State University College of Law
Linda Jellum, Mercer University School of Law
Blake Morant, Wake Forest Law School
Marcia McCormick, St. Louis University School of Law