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Jane H. Aiken (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Workshop for New Law School Clinical Teachers - Goals of Clinical legal Education: Why Do We Teach?
Bio: AIKEN, JANE H. (F) Prof. & Director, Community Justice Proj., Georgetown. b.1955. BA, 1977, Hollins Coll.; JD, 1983, New York Univ; LLM, 1985, Georgetown. Staff, N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change. ; Ed. Bd., Clin. Law R., 2003-06. Admitted: DC, 1983; MO, 1998. Advoc. Fellow/Clin. Instr., Cntr. for Applied Legal Studies Georgetown, 1983-1985; Prof., Ariz. St., 1985-1991; Prof., So. Carolina, 1992-1998; Prof., Wash. St. Louis, 1997-1998; William M. Van Cleve Professor of Law, Washington Univ. Sch. of Law, 1998-2007; Prof. of Law, Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr., 2007 - Pres. Subjects: AIDS & the Law; Clinical Teaching; Evidence; Family Law; Motherhood and Criminality (S); Torts. Books & Awards: Gerry & Bob Virgil Ethic of Serv. Award, 2006. Member: Am. Bar Fdn. Fel.; Am. Law Inst.; Carnegie Acad. for the Scholarship of Tchg. & Learning (Fellow, 2000).; Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Root Tilden Scholar, New York Univ.; Chair, Gov'rs Task Force on AIDS, 1988-89; Mem., ABA Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, since 2011.

Jane H. Aiken (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Learning Theory and Pedagogy: Designing Successful Clinic Seminar Classes
Bio: AIKEN, JANE H. (F) Prof. & Director, Community Justice Proj., Georgetown. b.1955. BA, 1977, Hollins Coll.; JD, 1983, New York Univ; LLM, 1985, Georgetown. Staff, N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change. ; Ed. Bd., Clin. Law R., 2003-06. Admitted: DC, 1983; MO, 1998. Advoc. Fellow/Clin. Instr., Cntr. for Applied Legal Studies Georgetown, 1983-1985; Prof., Ariz. St., 1985-1991; Prof., So. Carolina, 1992-1998; Prof., Wash. St. Louis, 1997-1998; William M. Van Cleve Professor of Law, Washington Univ. Sch. of Law, 1998-2007; Prof. of Law, Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr., 2007 - Pres. Subjects: AIDS & the Law; Clinical Teaching; Evidence; Family Law; Motherhood and Criminality (S); Torts. Books & Awards: Gerry & Bob Virgil Ethic of Serv. Award, 2006. Member: Am. Bar Fdn. Fel.; Am. Law Inst.; Carnegie Acad. for the Scholarship of Tchg. & Learning (Fellow, 2000).; Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Root Tilden Scholar, New York Univ.; Chair, Gov'rs Task Force on AIDS, 1988-89; Mem., ABA Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, since 2011.

Amna Akbar (The Ohio State University, Michael E. Moritz College of Law)
Session: Justice Education in Clinics

Ty Alper (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: Using Case Rounds to Teach Professional Identity
Bio: ALPER, TY (M) Assoc. Dir., Death Penalty Clinic. and Ass't Clin. Prof. of Law, UC, Berkeley. b.1974. BA, 1995, Brown; JD, 1998, New York Univ; LLM, 2004, Georgetown. Sr. Arts. Ed., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1998; DC, 1999; GA, 2001; AL, 2002. Clerk, Hon. Harry T.Edwards U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1998-1999; E. Barrett Prettyman Fel., Crim. Just. Clinic Georgetown, 1999-2001; Staff Att'y, So. Cntr. for Human Rts. Atlanta, 2001-2004; Ass't Adj. Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 2004-2005; Vis. Acting Clin. Prof., 2005-2007; Assoc. Dir., Death Penalty Clinic, Since 2007. Subjects: Death Penalty Clinic (S); Death Penalty Clinic (S). Books & Awards: Recent Grad. Award, New York Univ., 2003; Ray L. Casterline Award for Excellence in Writing, 2011.

Kimberly Ambrose (University of Washington School of Law)
Session: Taking Charge of our Professional Growth While Adapting to Meet Community Needs.
Bio: AMBROSE, KIMBERLY Lecturer, Wash., Seattle.

Matthew N. Andres (University of Illinois College of Law)
Session: The Pedagogical Benefits and Practical Pitfalls of Involving Students in the Establishment of New Clinics and Initiatives
Bio: ANDRES, MATTHEW N. Staff Att'y - Clinic Auburn Hills, Cooley.

Nermeen Arastu (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Rounds as a Tool for Becoming A Better Clinician and Promoting Community

Sabrineh Ardalan (Harvard Law School)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress

Judith Areen (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Workshop for New Law School Clinical Teachers - Welcome and Introduction
Bio: AREEN, JUDITH (F) Paul Regis Dean Prof., Georgetown. AB, 1966, Cornell; JD, 1969, Yale. Yale L.J.; Yale L.J. Admitted: MA, 1971; DC, 1972. Prog. Planner for Higher Educ., Budget Bur. Off. of the Mayor NYC, 1969-1970; Fel. & Dir., Educ. Voucher Study Cntr. for the Study of Public Policy Cambridge MA, 1970-1972; Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, 1972-1976; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Michigan, 1976-1976; Prof., Since 1976; Dir., Fed. Leg. Rep. Proj. Pres.'s Reorg. Proj. Off. Mgt. & Budget DC, 1977-1979; Gen. Counsel & Domestic Reorg. Coord'r, 1979-1980; Prof., Community & Fam. Med. Georgetown Med. Cntr., 1982-1989; Assoc. Dean, Georgetown, 1984-1987; Fellow, Woodrow Wilson Int'l Cntr. for Scholars DC, 1988-1989; Exec. V.P. & Dean, Georgetown, 1989-2004; Interim Dean, Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr., 2010; Dean Emer., Since 2004. Subjects: Education Law; Family Law; Jurisprudence (S). Books & Awards: Educ. Vouchers: A Report on Financing Educ. By Grants To Parents (with Jencks et al.), 1970; Cases and Materials on Law, Sci. and Med. (with King, Goldberg, Gostin & Jacobson), 3d ed., 2005; Cases and Materials on Family Law (with Regan), 5th ed., 2006; Higher Educ. and the Law, 2009. Member: ALI; ABF (Fellow). Consultantships: Gov'r, DC Bar, 1979-82; Bd. Mem., Pro Bono Institute, since 2004; Exec. Com., AALS, 1998-00, 2005-07, Pres., 2006, 2005-07.

Lauren Aronson (Michigan State University College of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress

Sameer M. Ashar (University of California, Irvine School of Law)
Session: Justice Education in Clinics
Bio: ASHAR, SAMEER M. (M) Clin. Prof. of Law, Cal., Irvine. b.1969. BA, 1991, Swarthmore Coll.; JD, 1996, Harvard. Lead Art. Ed., Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1997; NY, 2000. Skadden Fellow/Staff Att'y, Lawyers' Cmte for Civil Rts., San Francisco, CA, 1996 - 1998; Associate, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, New York, NY, 1998 - 1999; Clerk, Hon. Deborah A. Batts U.S.D.C., S.D.N.Y., New York, NY, 1999-2000; Fellow/Adj. Prof., New York Univ., 2000-2002; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Maryland, 2002-2003; Assoc. Dean for Clinical Programs and Assoc. Prof., City Univ. of New York Sch. of Law, 2003 - 2011. Subjects: Immigrant and Refugee Rights Clinic (S); Immigrant and Refugee Rights Clinic (S). Member: AALS Sect. on Poverty Law (Chair); Law and Soc. Ass'n (Board of Trustees).

Wendy A. Bach (University of Tennessee College of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: BACH, WENDY A. (F) Assoc. Prof., Tennessee. b.1967. MA, 1991, Pennsylvania; BA, 1991, Pennsylvania; JD, 1996, Tennessee. Articles Editor, New York Univ. Rev. of Law and Social Change. Admitted: NY, 1997. Staff Att'y, The Legal Aid Soc., New York, NY, 1996 - 2001; Director, Homelessness Outreach and Prevention Proj., The Urban Justice Cntr., New York, NY, 2001 - 2005; Clin. Instr., The City Univ. Sch. of Law, 2005 - 2010. Subjects: Advocacy Clinic (S). Books & Awards: 1996, Order of the Coif; 1996, Eric Dean Bender Public Interest Prize.

Jeffrey R. Baker (Pepperdine University School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: BAKER, JEFFREY R. Assoc. Prof. of Law, Dir. of Clin. Programs, Pepperdine. BA, 1997, Harding Univ.; JD, 2000, Vanderbilt. Admitted: MS, 2000; AL, 2007. Assoc., Phelps Dunbar P.A. Tupelo MS, 2000-2001; Assoc., Watkins & Eager PLLC Jackson MS, 2001-2006; Adj. Prof., Belhaven Coll., Jackson, MS, 2004; Assoc. Prof., Faulkner, Since 2006. Subjects: Elder Law Clinic Clinical Teaching (S); Externships; Family Violence Clinic (S); Law & Literature; Pre Trial Practice. Member: CLEA; AALS. Consultantships: Co-Chair, Montgomery County Task Force on Domestic Violence, since 2009; Mem., Alabama State Bar Task Force on Pro Bono Celebration, since 2009; Mem., Institute of Faith and the Academy, since 2009.

Alina Ball (University of California, Hastings College of the Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: BALL, ALINA , UC, Hastings.

Alina Ball (University of California, Hastings College of the Law)
David Baluarte (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: Using Case Rounds to Teach Professional Identity
Bio: BALUARTE, DAVID (M) Practitioner-in-Residence, Wash. & Lee. b.1975. JD, 2005, American. Admitted: NY, 2007. Subjects: International Human Rights Law Clinic (S).

Lynn Barenberg (Boston College Law School)
Session: Countering the Curmudgeon Effect: How to Sustain our Energy and Maintain our Teaching Effectiveness After Years in the Trenches
Bio: BARENBERG, LYNN Staff Social Worker, Legal Assist. Bureau, Boston Col.

Esther S. Barron (Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law)
Session: Massive Open Online Clinic? Using Clinical Pedagogy to Expand the Clinic's Reach Outside the Law School
Bio: BARRON, ESTHER (F) Clin. Assoc Prof., Entrepreneurship Law Cntr., Northwestern. BA, 1992, Brandeis; JD, 1995, Northwestern. Admitted: IL, 1995. Clin. Ass't Prof., Small Bus. Oppor. Cntr. Northwestern, Since 2006. Subjects: Business Associations; Clinical Teaching; Contracts.

Margaret Barry (Vermont Law School)
Session: Closing Plenary Session - From Resilience to Happiness

Cynthia Batt (Stetson University College of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: BATT, CYNTHIA Assoc. Prof. of Law and Dir. of Clin. Educ., Stetson. Subjects: Ethics in Practice; Interviewing, Counseling & Negotiation; Professional Responsibility.

Valena E Beety (West Virginia University College of Law)
Session: Shaken Baby Syndrome: A Model for Cross-Fertilization
Bio: BEETY, VALENA (F) Res. Counsel - MS Innocence Proj., W. Va. Uni. AB, 2002, The Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 2006, Univ. of Chgo. U. Chi. L. Rev. Law Clerk, Ch. Judge James G. Carr, U.S. Dist. Ct. for the Northern Dist. of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio, 2006 - 2007; Law Clerk, Hon. Martha Craig Daughtrey, U.S. Ct. of App. for the Sixth Cir., Nashville, TN, 2007 - 2008; Ass't U.S. Attorney for the DC, U.S. Attorney's Off. for the Dist. of Columbia, Washington, D.C., 2008 - 2009. Subjects: Identity and Criminality: Gender, Race, and Ethnicity in the Criminal Justice System (S); Innocence Clinic; Prisons and Civil Rights (S).

Valena E Beety (West Virginia University College of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: BEETY, VALENA (F) Res. Counsel - MS Innocence Proj., W. Va. Uni. AB, 2002, The Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 2006, Univ. of Chgo. U. Chi. L. Rev. Law Clerk, Ch. Judge James G. Carr, U.S. Dist. Ct. for the Northern Dist. of Ohio, Toledo, Ohio, 2006 - 2007; Law Clerk, Hon. Martha Craig Daughtrey, U.S. Ct. of App. for the Sixth Cir., Nashville, TN, 2007 - 2008; Ass't U.S. Attorney for the DC, U.S. Attorney's Off. for the Dist. of Columbia, Washington, D.C., 2008 - 2009. Subjects: Identity and Criminality: Gender, Race, and Ethnicity in the Criminal Justice System (S); Innocence Clinic; Prisons and Civil Rights (S).

William Berman (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Expanding Resources and Capacity for Experiential Learning: Using Grant Funding to Inject Practice Experience into the Non-Clinical Curriculum
Bio: BERMAN, WILLIAM (M) Clin. Prof. of Law, Suffolk. BA, 1982, Union Coll.; JD, 1986, Boston Univ. Admitted: MA, 1986. Ass't D.A., Middlesex D.A.'s Off. Middlesex Cty. MA, 1987-1990; Ass't Att'y Gen., Off. of the Att'y Gen. C'wealth of MA Boston, 1991-1998. Subjects: Housing Clinic; Landlord-Tenant & Housing Issues (S).

Allison K. Bethel (UIC John Marshall Law School )
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: BETHEL, ALLISON K. Clin. Prof. & Dir. of Fair Housing, John Marshall.

Caroline Bettinger-Lopez (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Identity, Expertise, and Evolution: Challenges and Rewards in Cross-Clinic Collaboration
Bio: BETTINGER-LOPEZ, CAROLINE Assoc. Clin. Professor, Dir. Human Rts. Clinic, Miami.

Beryl S. Blaustone (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Clinicians Aging Wisely
Bio: BLAUSTONE, BERYL S. (F) Professor, CUNY at Queens. b.1949. BA, 1972, Univ. of Minnesota; JD, 1975, Dist. of Columbia. Admitted: DC, 1975. Assoc., Drew & Garfinkle DC, 1975-1976; Staff Att'y, Am. Fed'n of Gov't Employees DC, 1976-1977; Att'y, Self DC, 1978-1983; Legal Instr., Beacon Coll. DC, 1980-1981; Adj. Prof., Antioch, 1981-1983; Instr., CUNY at Queens, 1983-1985; Ass't Prof., 1985-1992; Assoc. Prof., 1992-1998; Vis. Prof., Wm. & Mary, 1998; Prof., Since 1998. Subjects: Civil Rights; Clinical Teaching; Domestic Relations; Evidence; Mediation & Alternative Dispute Resolution; Office Practice. Books & Awards: I Can Speak for Myself: An Introduction to Advocacy Skills for the Public, 1982; Settle or Sue: What Else Can I Do?, 1993. Consultantships: Co-Convenor, CUNY Dispute Resolu. Consortium, 1992-99; Founding Bd. Mem., CLEA, 1992-93; Adv'r, Inst. for Conflict Resolu., Inter Amer. of PR Sch. of Law, 1998-99.

Lisa R. Bliss (Georgia State University College of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: BLISS, LISA R. (F) Assoc. Clin. Prof. & Co-Director, HeLP Clinic., Georgia State. b.1963. BA, 1985, Univ. of No. Fla.; JD, 1988, Univ. of Florida. Student Wks. Ed., U. Fla. L. Rev. Admitted: GA, 1989; FL, 1989. Assoc., Neely & Player P.C. Atlanta, Atlanta, GA, 1989-1993; Clin. Lect., Univ. of Florida, 1994-1995; Dep. Dir., Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Fdn., Atlanta, GA, 1996-1999; Assoc., Magill & Atkinson P.C. Atlanta, Atlanta, GA, 1999-2001; Instr. of Law, Georgia St., 2001 - 2006; Assoc. Clinical Prof., Georgia St., Since 2006. Subjects: Advanced Techniques in Pretrial Litigation; Health Care Law; Health Law Partnership Legal Services Clinic; Law & Medicine; Public Interest Law and Social Welfare. Member: Best Practices in Legal Educ. Implemention Com.; AALS Clin. Sect. Interdisciplinary Educ. Com. Consultantships: Bd. of Directors, Clinical Legal Education Association, since 2009.

Lisa R. Bliss (Georgia State University College of Law)
Session: Transforming Our Teaching By Engaging with the Global Community
Bio: BLISS, LISA R. (F) Assoc. Clin. Prof. & Co-Director, HeLP Clinic., Georgia State. b.1963. BA, 1985, Univ. of No. Fla.; JD, 1988, Univ. of Florida. Student Wks. Ed., U. Fla. L. Rev. Admitted: GA, 1989; FL, 1989. Assoc., Neely & Player P.C. Atlanta, Atlanta, GA, 1989-1993; Clin. Lect., Univ. of Florida, 1994-1995; Dep. Dir., Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Fdn., Atlanta, GA, 1996-1999; Assoc., Magill & Atkinson P.C. Atlanta, Atlanta, GA, 1999-2001; Instr. of Law, Georgia St., 2001 - 2006; Assoc. Clinical Prof., Georgia St., Since 2006. Subjects: Advanced Techniques in Pretrial Litigation; Health Care Law; Health Law Partnership Legal Services Clinic; Law & Medicine; Public Interest Law and Social Welfare. Member: Best Practices in Legal Educ. Implemention Com.; AALS Clin. Sect. Interdisciplinary Educ. Com. Consultantships: Bd. of Directors, Clinical Legal Education Association, since 2009.

Michael Bloom (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters and Introduction of New Clinicians
Bio: BLOOM, MICHAEL , Michigan.

Jessica Bolack Frank (Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters and Introduction of New Clinicians

Sarah R. Boonin (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: BOONIN, SARAH R. (F) Ass't Clin. Prof., Suffolk. b.1975. BA, 1994, Duke; JD, 2004, Harvard. Mng. Editor, Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Rev. Admitted: MA, 2005. Law Clerk, Sup. Jud. Ct. of Massachusetts, Boston Massachusetts, 2004; Skadden Fel., Harvard Law School's Legal Services Cntr., Boston, MA, 2005 - 2007; Sr. Clinical Fel., Harvard Law School's Legal Services Cntr., 2007 - 2010. Subjects: Family and Domestic Violence Clinic; Health Law Clinic; Health Law Clinic; Women's Health Law & Policy (S).

Sarah R. Boonin (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: BOONIN, SARAH R. (F) Ass't Clin. Prof., Suffolk. b.1975. BA, 1994, Duke; JD, 2004, Harvard. Mng. Editor, Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Rev. Admitted: MA, 2005. Law Clerk, Sup. Jud. Ct. of Massachusetts, Boston Massachusetts, 2004; Skadden Fel., Harvard Law School's Legal Services Cntr., Boston, MA, 2005 - 2007; Sr. Clinical Fel., Harvard Law School's Legal Services Cntr., 2007 - 2010. Subjects: Family and Domestic Violence Clinic; Health Law Clinic; Health Law Clinic; Women's Health Law & Policy (S).

Stephanie Boys, Ph.D. (Indiana University School of Social Work)
Cheryl Bratt (The University of Michigan Law School)
Melissa L. Breger (Albany Law School)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: BREGER, MELISSA L. (F) Prof. of Law, Albany. b.1969. BS, 1991, Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; JD, 1994, Michigan. Admitted: NY, 1995; MI , 1999. Vol. Att'y, Lawyers for Children NYC, 1994; Legal Dep't Att'y, St. Joseph's Servs. Bklyn., 1995; Staff Att'y, The Legal Aid Soc. Hempstead NY, 1996; Staff Att'y, The Legal Aid Soc.-Juv. Rts. Bklyn., 1996-1999; Clin. Ass't Prof., The Univ. of Michigan Law Sch., 1999-2002; Director, Family Violence Litig. Clinic at Albany Law Sch., 2002 - 2010; Prof. of Law, Albany Law Sch., 2002 - Pres. Subjects: Children and the Law; Criminal Procedure: Investigation- 4th, 5th, 6th A; Domestic Violence Seminar (S); Evidence; Family Law; Family Violence Litigation Clinic; Gender & the Law. Books & Awards: New York Law of Domestic Violence (with Elkins and Fosbinder), 2nd ed, 2006; New York Law of Domestic Violence, 2007; New York Laws of Domestic Violence, 2008; New York Law of Domestic Violence, 2009; New York Law of Domestic Violence, 2010; New York Law of Domestic Violence, 2011. 2002, L. Hart Wright Teaching Award (Michigan); 2005, Shanara Gilbert Award.

Lisa E. Brodoff (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Smells Like Team Spirit: How To Leverage Clinician, Librarian, Legal Writing, and Externship Resources Into A Comprehensive Skills Program - Seattle Style!
Bio: BRODOFF, LISA E. (F) Director, Ronald A. Peterson Law Clinic & Assoc. Prof., Seattle. b.1955. BA, 1977, Vermont; JD, 1980, Hofstra. Notes & Comments Ed., Hofstra L. Rev. Admitted: WA, 1981. Senate Staff Att'y, WA St. Senate Res. Olympia, 1980-1981; Elder Law Att'y, Puget Sound Legal Assist. Fdn. Olympia, 1981-1995; Ch. Rev. Judge, Dep't of Social & Health Servs. Olympia, 1995-1996; Ch. Admin. Law Judge, WA St. Off. of Admin. Hearings Olympia, 1996-1997; Tribal Ct. Judge, Appellate NW Intertribal Ct. Sys. Edmonds WA, Since 1997; Ass't Clin. Prof., Seattle, 1997-2001. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Elder Law; Elder Law. Books & Awards: 2006, Excellence in Advocacy and Teaching Award in LGBTQ issues; 2008, Justice in the Classroom Award .Consultantships: Vice Pres., Street Youth Law Advocates of Washington, 1999-05; Co-Chair, Clin. Integration Com., AALS, 2001-02; Bd. Mem., Committee for a Civil Right to Counsel, since 2005; Access to Justice Bd. Impediments Com. Mem., Washington State Bar Association, since 2005.

Susan L. Brooks (Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: BROOKS, SUSAN L. (F) Assoc. Dean for Experiential Learning and Assoc. Prof. of Law, Drexel. AB, 1983, Univ. of Chgo.; MA, 1984, Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 1990, New York Univ. Note & Comment Ed., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1990; TN, 1993; PA, 2008. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Bernard A. Friedman U.S.D.C. Detroit, 1990-1991; Litig. Assoc., Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal Chgo., 1991-1993; Ass't Prof. of the Prac. of Law, Vanderbilt, 1993-1997; Assoc. Clinical Professor of Law, Vanderbilt, 1997 - 2001; Clin. Prof., Vanderbilt, 1997-2001; Assoc Dean for Experiential Learning and Assoc Prof of Law, Drexel University, Earle Mack Sch. of Law, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Family Law; Juvenile Law (S); Lawyering Practice Seminar (S); Social Legislation (Child Welfare) (S). Books & Awards: Clin. Anthology (with Hurder, Bloch & Kay), 1997; Creative Child Advocacy: Global Perspectives (with Kumari), 2004; Relationship-Centered Lawyering: Social Sci. Theory for Transforming Legal Prac., 2010. Consultantships: Juv. Just. Com., ABA, since 1993; Assoc. Mem., Task Force on Children, since 1993, Co-Chair, Child Welfare Subcom., Children's Rts. Litig. Com., since 2002; Bd. Mem., HIAS and Council of Migration Service of Philadelphia, since 2008; Adv'y Bd. Mem., Family Defense Center, Chicago, IL, since 2008.

Eve Brown (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: BROWN, EVE (F) Practitioner-in-Residence, Suffolk. b.1978. JD, 2005, UC, Davis. Sr. Articles Editor, U.C. Davis Law Rev. Attorney, Ross, Dixon & Bell, LLP, San Diego, CA, 2005 - 2007; Sr. Lect., Indiana Univ., 2007 - 2012; Practitioner in Residence, Suffolk Univ. Law Sch., 2012 - Pres. Books & Awards: 2010, Trustees Teaching Award; 2008, Innovative Teaching Award.

Stacy L. Brustin (The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: BRUSTIN, STACY (F) Assoc. Prof., Cath. Uni. b.1963. BA, 1985, Tufts Univ.; JD, 1989, Harvard. Ed.-in-Ch., Harv. Women's L.J. Admitted: IL, 1989; DC, 1990. Staff Att'y, Ayuda Inc. DC, 1989-1991. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Family Law. Books & Awards: Bias in the Legal Profession Chap. in Learning from Practice: A Prof'l Dev. Text for Legal Externs, 1998. Member: CLEA (Ethics & Prof'lism Com., Sect. on CLE). Consultantships: Hearing Exam'r, DC Off. of Police Complaints, since 2003.

Susan J. Bryant (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: How the Seminar Contributes to Learning in Clinical Courses: Using Learning Theory and Lawyering Theory to Improve Teaching the Seminar Component
Bio: BRYANT, SUSAN J. (F) Professor, CUNY at Queens. b.1948. BA, 1970, Xavier; JD, 1973, Georgetown; LLM, 1980, Georgetown. Admitted: NY, 1976. Att'y, Defender Ass'n of Phila., 1973-1974; Fellow, Prettyman Legal Intern Prog. Georgetown, 1974-1976; Dep. Dir., Com. on Defense Servs. DC Bar, 1975-1976; Dir., Clin. Prog. Hofstra, 1976-1983; 2nd Yr. Coord'r, CUNY NY, 1983-1989; Assoc. Prof., CUNY at Queens, 1984-2003; Acting Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 1994-1996; Dir., Clinic Progs. 1989-94, Since 1996; professor, CUNY Sch. of Law, 2002 - 2009; Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Evidence; Evidence; Family Law (S); Legal Research & Writing; Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Books & Awards: 1996, AALS CLinical Section Award Contributions to Clinical Education.Member: SALT, Bd. of Governors, CLEA; AALS (Chair, Sect. on CLE, 1981-83). Consultantships: Consult., CA St. Bar Exam., since 1988; Consult., Clin. Prog., Harvard, since 1989; Consult., Clinic, Univ. of Penn. Law Sch., since 1991.

Samantha Buckingham (Loyola Law School, Los Angeles)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters and Introduction of New Clinicians
Bio: BUCKINGHAM, SAMANTHA Assoc. Clin. Prof., Loyola, LA.

Christine Bustany (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress

Jason A. Cade (New York University School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: CADE, JASON Acting Ass't Prof. of Lawyering, New York Univ.

Susanna Calkins, Ph.D. (Searle Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning, Northwestern University)
Session: Pedagogy - Engaging Law Students (and Ourselves) in Critical Thinking

Ann M. Cammett (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Workshop for New Law School Clinical Teachers - Skills and Values of Clinical Legal Education: What Do We Teach and How Do We Evaluate Our Students?
Bio: CAMMETT, ANN M. Assoc. Prof., CUNY at Queens. Subjects: Civil Procedure I and II; Family Justice Clinic.

Elizabeth Campbell (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: The Pedagogical Benefits and Practical Pitfalls of Involving Students in the Establishment of New Clinics and Initiatives
Bio: CAMPBELL, ELIZABETH , Michigan.

Deborah J. Cantrell (University of Colorado Law School)
Session: Equilibrium in Our Lives/ Mindfulness/Self-Care
Bio: CANTRELL, DEBORAH J. Dir., Clin. Educ. & Assoc. Prof., Colorado. BA, 1982, Smith Coll.; MA, 1986, U.C.L.A.; JD, 1989, Southern Cal. Admitted: CA, 1989; NM, 1996; CT, 2001; CO, 2007. Subjects: Civil Practice Clinic; Ethics Clinic; Ethics in the Practice of Law; Family Law Clinic.

Anna E. Carpenter (The University of Tulsa College of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: CARPENTER, ANNA E. , Tulsa.

Martina E. Cartwright (Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: CARTWRIGHT, MARTINA E. (F) Ass't Prof., Texas Southern. BA, 1990, Baltimore; JD, 1993, American. Admitted: TX, 1995. Staff Att'y, Texas Southern, 1994-2001; Clin. Instr., Since 2001. Subjects: Administrative Trial Practice; Civil Trial Practice; Environmental Law; Environmental Law Clinic; Insurance Law (S).

Francis J. Catania, Jr. (Widener University Delaware Law School)
Session: Growin' Up: Human Development and Clinic Students
Bio: CATANIA, FRANCIS J., JR. Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Jud. Externship Prog. (Delaware)., Widener. b.1951. BA, 1973, Dickinson Coll.; MA, 1976, The Johns Hopkins Univ.; JD, 1983, The Dickinson Sch. of Law. Admitted: PA, 1983. Prosecutor, Dep't of St. C'wealth of PA Harrisburg, 1983-1984; Assoc., Halligan & Gillin Media PA, 1984-1985; Ass't Prof., Widener, 1986-1992; Assoc. Prof., Since 1992; Co-Dir., Externship Prog., Since 1998. Subjects: Civil Clinic; Clinical Externship (S); Comparative Family Law-Marriage & Intimate Relationships (S); Family Law; Judicial Externship Program (S); Lawyering Process; Legal Methods III; Professional Responsibility. Member: Int'l Soc. of Family Law; CLEA. Consultantships: Co-Chair, Externship Com., Clin. Sect., AALS,, 2001-04.

Jeanne Charn (Harvard Law School)
Session: Clinics in the “New Normal”: Risks and Opportunities
Bio: CHARN, JEANNE (F) Sr. Lect., & Dir., Bellow-Sacks Access to Civil Legal Servs. Proj., Harvard. b.1944. BA, 1967, Michigan; JD, 1970, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 1970. Staff Att'y, Community Legal Assist. Off. , Cambridge, MA, 1970-1971; Staff Att'y, Massachusetts Law Reform Inst. , Boston, MA, 1971-1972; Ass't Dean for Clinical Programs, Harvard, 1973-1977; Lect. on Law., Harvard Law Sch., 1982-2004; Director, Legal Services Cntr., Harvard Law Sch., 1979 - 2006; Director, Bellow-Sacks Access to Civil Legal Services Proj., Harvard Law Sch., 1998 - Pres; Sr. Lecturer on Law, Harvard Law Sch., Since 2004; Lect. on Law, Columbia Law Sch., 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Housing Law Policy; Legal Needs of Moderate Income Household; Legal Profession: Delivery of Legal Services; Legal Profession: The Lawyering Process; Poverty Law, Policy and Practice. Books & Awards: 1967, Phi Beta Kappa.Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Clinical Legal Education Association (CLEA), 2007-10; Member, ABA Stranding Com. on Delivery of Legal Services, American Bar Association, 2007-10; Member, Adv'y Com., CSALE, since 2009.

Lauren R. Choate (Saint Louis University School of Law)
Debra Chopp (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: Finding Opportunities in Our Own Backyard: Creating Partnerships Between Lawyers and Community Organizations to Better Serve Our Clients
Bio: CHOPP, DEBRA Clin. Ass't Prof., Michigan. Admitted: NY, 2003; MI, 2005. Subjects: Poverty Law in a Medical-Legal Collaborative (S).

Bradford Colbert (Mitchell Hamline School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: COLBERT, BRADFORD (M) Resident Adj. Prof., Wm. Mitchell. b.1956. BS, 1979, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison; JD, 1985, Wm. Mitchell. Admitted: MN, 1985. Public Defender, St. Public Defender, St. Paul., Pres; Assoc., Smith Juster Mpls., 1986-1987. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Criminal Procedure. Member: CLEA. Consultantships: Lead Counsel, MN v. Carter, 525 U.S. 83 , 1998-98.

Llezlie Green Coleman (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: COLEMAN, LLEZLIE GREEN Ass't Prof. of Law, American. JD, 2002, Columbia. Articles Editor, Columba Human Rts. Law Rev. Associate, Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll, PLLC, Washington, D.C. , 2004 - 2010. Subjects: General Practice Clinic.

Llezlie Green Coleman (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Justice Education in Clinics
Bio: COLEMAN, LLEZLIE GREEN Ass't Prof. of Law, American. JD, 2002, Columbia. Articles Editor, Columba Human Rts. Law Rev. Associate, Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll, PLLC, Washington, D.C. , 2004 - 2010. Subjects: General Practice Clinic.

Kim Diana Connolly (University at Buffalo School of Law, The State University of New York)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: CONNOLLY, KIM DIANA (F) Prof. and Dir. of Clin. Legal Educ., Buffalo. b.1964. AB, 1987, Univ. of No. Car.; JD, 1993, Georgetown; LLM, 2009, Geo. Wash. Arts. Ed., The Tax Law. ; Bus. Ed., Geo. J. on Poverty L. & Poly. Admitted: NY, 1994; DC, 1994. Assoc., Van Ness Feldman P.C. DC, 1993-1997; Assoc., Beveridge & Diamond P.C. DC, 1997-1998; Assoc., Hunton & Williams DC, 1998-1999; Ass't Prof., Univ. of So. Carolina Sch. of Law, 1999-2004; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of So. Carolina Sch. of Law, 2004 - 2010; Professor, SUNY-Buffalo Law Sch., 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Environmental Advocacy (S); ICN, Environmental Clinic; Introduction to Environmental Law; Law and Policy in the Media. Books & Awards: Wetlands Law and Policy: Understanding Sect. 404, 2005. 2009, ABA SEER Best Paper Award; 2010, School of the Environment Faculty Award.Consultantships: Pres., Clinical Legal Education Association, 2009-09; Chair, U.S. Nat'l Ramsar Com., since 2011; Member, wetland climate change working Grp., National Center for Ecological Analysis & Synthesis (NCEAS), since 2011.

Nancy L. Cook (University of Minnesota Law School)
Session: Pedagogy - Engaging Law Students (and Ourselves) in Critical Thinking
Bio: COOK, NANCY L. (F) Vaughan G. Papke Prof. of Clin. Law and Dir. of the Lawyering Prog., Minnesota. b.1951. BA, 1972, Ohio St. Univ.; JD, 1977, Georgetown; MFA, 1992, Am. Univ. Admitted: MD, 1977; DC, 1983; NY, 1998; RI, 2004. Clerk, Judge Thomas Hunter Lowe MD Ct. Spec. App. Annapolis, 1977-1978; Staff Att'y, MD Public Defender Balt., 1978-1980; Assoc. Dir., Legal Writing Univ. of Va., 1980-1981; Clin. Instr., American, 1981-1983; Dir., Crim. & Appellate Clinics & Ass't Prof., 1983-1990; Vis. Prof., New Mexico, 1990-1994; Sr. Lect., Cornell, 1994-2004; Prof., Roger Williams, 2003 - Pres. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Criminal Procedure; Jurisprudence (S); Juvenile Law; Law & Literature (S); Practice and Professionalism. Books & Awards: Crim. Defense Checklists (with Hermann), 1994. Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n, 1994-00; Bd. of Gov'rs, SALT, 2000-10.

Tanya Asim Cooper (University of Alabama School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: COOPER, TANYA Instructor, Alabama.

Roberto L. Corrada (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Curricular Reform - Preserving the Integrity of Experiential Learning Curriculum Reform Track
Bio: CORRADA, ROBERTO L. (M) Prof., Denver. b.1960. BA, 1982, Geo. Wash.; Law, 1985, Cath. Univ. Ed. in Chief, Catholic Univ. Law Rev. Admitted: DC, 1985; MI, 1990. Assoc., Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld DC, 1985-1988; Staff Att'y, Gen. Motors Corp. Legal Staff Detroit, 1988-1990; Ass't Prof., Denver, 1990-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1996-2003; Prof., Since 2003; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 2004-2005. Subjects: Administrative Law; Contracts; Critical Race Theory (S); Employment and Labor Law writing Seminar (S); Employment Discrimination; Labor Law. Books & Awards: Donald & Susan Sturm Prof. for Excellence in Tchg., 2002-, 5; Carnegie Fdn. Tchg. Scholar, 2000; Labor Law in the Contemporary Workplace (with Dau-Schmidt, Malin, Cameron, Fisk), 2009; Emplymt. Discrim. Law: Cases and Materials on Equality in the Workplace (with Avery, Ontiveros, Selmi & Hart), 2010; Admin. Law: A Casebook (with Schwartz & Brown), 7th ed., 2010. 2009, Robert B. Yegge Distinguished Teaching Award; 2010, Sturm College of Law Chair in Modern Learning.Member: Lat. Crit. Ass'n (Treas., 2006-10, Sec'y, 2000-05); Am. Law Inst. (since 2007); SALT (Bd. Mem., 2001-03). Consultantships: Jt. Wkg. Grp. on the Bar Exam, AALS, 2003-05.

Kelleen Corrigan (University of Miami School of Law)
Danielle Cover (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: COVER, DANIELLE , Baltimore.

Colin Crawford (Tulane University Law School)
Session: Innovative Techniques to Stimulate Student Curiosity for Community Engagement in Domestic and International Settings
Bio: CRAWFORD, COLIN (M) Robert C. Cudd Prof. of Law and Exec. Director, Payson Cntr., Tulane. Subjects: Common Law Property; Law, Sustainability & Development (S). Consultantships: Prog. Dir., US AID/HED Environmental Law Capacity Building Project in CAFTA-DR Region, 2009-12.

Barbara Creel (University of New Mexico School of Law)
Session: Community Engagement, Mindfulness, and Cross-Racial Coalition Building
Bio: CREEL, BARBARA Assoc. Prof., New Mexico.

Katie Cronin (University of Kansas School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: CRONIN, KATIE , Kansas.

Patience A. Crowder (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Finding Voice and Overcoming Resistance: Teaching Cross-Cultural Lawyering in Transactional Law Clinics and other Unobvious Settings
Bio: CROWDER, PATIENCE A. (F) Ass't Prof., Denver. BA, 1995, Georgetown; JD, 1999, Rutgers - Newark. Arts. Ed., Rutgers L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 2000; MD, 2005; OK, 2007; CO, 2011. Assoc., Shearman & Sterling San Fran., San Francisco, California, 1999-2001; Bus. Dev. Mgr., St. Hope Corp. Sacramento, Sacramento, California , 2002-2003; Clin. Fel., Univ. of Balt. Sch. of Law , 2004 - 2007; Ass't Clin. Prof., Univ. of Tulsa Coll. of Law , 2007 - 2010. Subjects: Community Economic Development Clinic .

Patience A. Crowder (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Workshop for New Law School Clinical Teachers - Goals of Clinical legal Education: Why Do We Teach?
Bio: CROWDER, PATIENCE A. (F) Ass't Prof., Denver. BA, 1995, Georgetown; JD, 1999, Rutgers - Newark. Arts. Ed., Rutgers L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 2000; MD, 2005; OK, 2007; CO, 2011. Assoc., Shearman & Sterling San Fran., San Francisco, California, 1999-2001; Bus. Dev. Mgr., St. Hope Corp. Sacramento, Sacramento, California , 2002-2003; Clin. Fel., Univ. of Balt. Sch. of Law , 2004 - 2007; Ass't Clin. Prof., Univ. of Tulsa Coll. of Law , 2007 - 2010. Subjects: Community Economic Development Clinic .

Jaime Dahlstedt (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
Session: Taking Charge of our Professional Growth While Adapting to Meet Community Needs.
Bio: DAHLSTEDT, JAIME Assoc. Clin. Prof. of Law, Dir., Halle Cntr. Family Violence Legal Clinic, Ariz. State.

Lisa Davis (City University of New York School of Law)
Erin F. Delaney (Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law)
Session: The Conscious Curriculum: Deliberately Designed Collaborative Courses to Further Students' Mastery of Core Lawyering Courses
Bio: DELANEY, ERIN Acad. Fel., Northwestern.

Sarah Diaz (DePaul University College of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions

Robert D. Dinerstein (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: The In-House Clinic in the New Landscape of Experiential Education
Bio: DINERSTEIN, ROBERT D. (M) Prof.& Dir. Clinic. Prgm., American. b.1953. AB, 1974, Cornell Univ.; JD, 1977, Yale. Admitted: NY, 1978; DC, 1983; MD, 1984. Trial Att'y, Dep't of Just. Civil Rts. Div. DC, 1977-1982; Clin. Lect., American, 1983-1988; Dir., Clin. Progs., 1988-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1988-1990; Prof., Since 1990; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 1997-2004; Director, Clinical Prog., Am. Univ. Washington Coll. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Rights (S); Clinical Teaching (S); Disability Law (S); Employment Law (Disability) (S); Law & Psychiatry (S); Legal Profession. Books & Awards: Report on the Chilean Electoral Process (with Penn, Vazquez & Weidenfeld), 1987; A Guide to Consent (with Herr & O'Sullivan), 1999; Lawyers and Clients: Critical Issues in Interviewing and Counseling (with Ellmann, Gunning, Kruse & Shalleck), 2009; Teachers' Manual to Lawyers and Clients: Critical Issues in Interviewing and Counseling (with Ellmann, Gunning, Kruse & Shalleck), 2009. 2011, Egon Guttman Casebook Award; 2010, William Pincus Award; 2009, American University Award for Outstanding Teaching in a Full-Time Appointment.Member: Phi Beta Kappa; AALS (Chair, Sec. on Disability Law, 2011); AALS (Chair, Sect. on Mental Disability, 2010); SALT (Bd. of Gov'rs, 2001-2006); ; AALS (Chair, Sect. on CLE, 1992, Chair, Com. on CLE, 1996-98, Mbrshp. Rev. Com., 2000-02); ABF (Lifetime Fellow). Consultantships: Mem., Pres. Com. on Mental Retardation, 1994-01; Bd. of Gov'rs, DC Bar, 2002-05; Mem., ABA Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, since 2006.

Margaret Drew (Northeastern University School of Law)
Session: Motivating Self-Care: Moving from "Good Ideas" to "Good Practices"

Michelle Lyon Drumbl (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: Using Case Rounds to Teach Professional Identity
Bio: DRUMBL, MICHELLE LYON (F) Assoc. Clin. Prof. of Law, Wash. & Lee. BA, 1996, Emory; JD, 1999, Geo. Wash.; LLM, 2002, New York Univ. Admitted: AR, 1999; VA, 2007. Att'y, I.R.S. Off of Ch. Counsel INTL , Washington DC, 2002-2005; Adj. Prof., Wash. & Lee, 2004 - 2005; Spec. Ass't to Provost and Adj. Prof., Wash. & Lee, 2006-2007; Vis. Ass't Clin. Prof., Wash. & Lee, 2007 - 2009; Ass't Clin. Prof, Wash. & Lee, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Federal Income Taxation of Individuals; Immigration Law; International Tax; Tax Clinic.

Shelley Dunck (Loyola University Chicago School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters and Introduction of New Clinicians
Bio: DUNCK, SHELLEY Bus. Law Clinician, Loyola, Chicago.

Gillian Dutton (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Smells Like Team Spirit: How To Leverage Clinician, Librarian, Legal Writing, and Externship Resources Into A Comprehensive Skills Program - Seattle Style!
Bio: DUTTON, GILLIAN (F) Ass't Prof. & Director, Externship Prog., Seattle. b.1959. BA, 1982, Univ. of California, San Diego; MA, 1985, Univ. of California, San Diego; JD, 1988, UC, Berkeley. Ecology L.Q. Admitted: WA, 1988; WA, 1988. Tchg. Ass't, Univ. of Cal. San Diego, 1983-1985; Staff Att'y, Evergreen Legal Servs. Yakima WA, 1988-1994; Lect., Wash. Seattle, 1995 - 2009. Subjects: Criminal Externship, Civil Externship, Judicial Externship (S); Refugee & Immigrant Advocacy Clinic (S). Books & Awards: Goldmark Award, Washington St., 1999; Northwest Immigrant Rts. Proj. Golden Door Award, 2005. Member: CLEA. Consultantships: Consult. , ABA Language Access Standards Project, since 2010.

Benjamin Edwards (Michigan State University College of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress

Stephen J. Ellmann (New York Law School)
Session: The In-House Clinic in the New Landscape of Experiential Education
Bio: ELLMANN, STEPHEN J. (M) Prof. & Assoc. Dean, Fac. Dev. & Collaborative Learning, NYLS. b.1951. BA, 1972; JD, 1976, Harvard. Note Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: MA, 1977; AL, 1978; NY, 1987. Clerk, Hon. Elbert Parr Tuttle U.S.C.A. 5th (now 11th) Cir. Atlanta, 1976-1977; Staff Att'y, So. Poverty Law Cntr. Montgomery, 1977-1983; Law Fac., Jones Law Inst. Montgomery, 1978-1981; Lect., Harvard, 1982; Assoc. Prof., Columbia, 1983-1992; Assoc. Prof., New York L.S., 1992-1994; Prof., Nwe York Law Sch., Since 1994; Assoc. Dean, New York Law Sch., Since 2000. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Constitutional Law; Professional Responsibility; South African Law (S). Books & Awards: In a Time of Trouble: Law and Liberty in So. Africa's St. of Emergency, 1992; The Post-Apartheid Constitutions: Perspectives on So. Africa's Basic Law (co-Ed. with P. Andrews), 2001; Lawyers and Clients: Critical Issues in Interviewing and Counseling (with Dinerstein, Gunning, Kruse & Shalleck) (with Teacher's Manual), 2009. Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n; U.S. Const'l Law Ass'n.; CLE Ass'n. Consultantships: Mem., Standing Com. on CLE, AALS, 1986-89, Exec. Com., Sect. on CLE, 1991-94; Co-Ed.-in-Ch., Clin. Law Rev., 1993-97, Bd. of Eds., 1997-99; Adv'y Com., Jour. of Legal Educ., 2000-03.

Jill C. Engle (The Pennsylvania State University – Penn State Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: ENGLE, JILL C. (F) Ass't Prof. of Clin. Law, Penn State - Dickinson. b.1969. JD, 2000, American. Line Ed., Am. U. J. Gender Soc. Pol'y & L. Admitted: PA, 2002; NY, 2002. Subjects: Family Law. Books & Awards: 2010, Magna cum laude.

Deborah Epstein (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Learning Theory and Pedagogy: Designing Successful Clinic Seminar Classes
Bio: EPSTEIN, DEBORAH Prof. & Assoc. Dean, Clin. Educ. and Public Interest & Community Serv. Programs; Director, Domestic Violence Clinic, Georgetown. b.1962. BA, 1984, Brown Univ.; JD, 1988, New York Univ. N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1989; WA, 1990; DC, 1991. Clerk, Hon. Marvin Katz E.D. PA, 1988-1989; Assoc., Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe Seattle, 1989-1990; Women's Law & Public Policy Fel., Georgetown, 1990-1991; Assoc., Bernabei & Katz DC, 1991-1993. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Employment Discrimination Law (S); Family Law (S). Books & Awards: Litigating Domestic Violence Cases: A Prac. Manual (with Fulcher & Lehrman), 1995; DC Domestic Violence Benchbook, 1997; Listening to Battered Women: A Survivor-Centered Approach to Advocacy, Mental Health, and Justice, 2008. Consultantships: Comm'r, DC Mayor's Comm. on Violence Against Women, since 1996; Dir., DC Superior Ct. Domestic Violence Intake Cntr., since 1996; Chair, D.C. Domestic Violence Fatality Review Bd., since 2005.

James P. Eyster (Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: EYSTER, JAMES P. (M) Ass't Clin. Prof., Cooley. AB, 1974, Princeton; AB, 1974, Princeton; JD, 1978, Fordham; JD, 1978, Fordham. Founder & Ed.-in-Ch., Fordham Int'l L.J.; Founder & Ed.-in-Ch., Fordham Int'l L.J. Admitted: NY, 1980; NY, 1980; MI, 1985; MI, 1985. Bus. Rep., Actors Equity Ass'n NYC, 1979-1981; Bus. Rep., Actors Equity Ass'n NYC, 1979-1981; Exec. Dir., Ars Musica Ann Arbor MI, 1982-1985; Exec. Dir., Ars Musica Ann Arbor MI, 1982-1985; Exec. Dir., Princeton-in-Asia Princeton NJ, 1985-1987; Exec. Dir., Princeton-in-Asia Princeton NJ, 1985-1987; Exec. Dir., SE Asia Bus. Prog. Univ. of Michigan Ann Arbor, 1988-1996; Exec. Dir., SE Asia Bus. Prog. Univ. of Michigan Ann Arbor, 1988-1996; Immig. Att'y, Self Ann Arbor, Since 1996; Immig. Att'y, Self Ann Arbor, Since 1996; Lect., Res. Writing & Advocacy Prog. & Adj. Prof. Immig. & Nationality Law Ave Maria, 2001-2006; Lect., Res. Writing & Advocacy Prog. & Adj. Prof. Immig. & Nationality Law Ave Maria, 2001-2006; Ass't Clin. Prof., Since 2006; Ass't Clin. Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Immigration Law; Immigration Law.

Kara R Finck (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: FINCK, KARA , Pennsylvania.

Keith A. Findley (University of Wisconsin Law School)
Session: Shaken Baby Syndrome: A Model for Cross-Fertilization
Bio: FINDLEY, KEITH A. (M) Clin. Prof., Wisconsin. b.1958. BA (Hons), 1981, Ind., Maurer; JD, 1985, Yale. Admitted: WI, 1985. Clin. Instr., Univ. of Wisconsin Law Sch., 1985 - 1990; Ass't State Public Defender, Wisconsin St. Public Defender, Madison, WI, 1990 - 1996; Clin. Prof., Univ. of Wisconsin Law Sch., 1997 - Pres. Subjects: Clinical Program: Wisconsin Innocence Project; Clinical Program: Wisconsin Innocence Project; Selected Problems in Criminal Justice: Claims of Innocence. Consultantships: Ed'l Adv'y Board, Wisconsin Defender, Wisconsin State Public Defender, since 1996; Bd. Mem., Criminal Law Section, State Bar of Wisconsin, since 2001; Avery Task Force Mem., Wisconsin Assembly Judiciary Committee Task Force, 2003-05; Bd. Mem., Innocence Network, since 2005; Comm. Mem., Wisconsin Criminal Justice Study Commission, 2005-09; Pres., Innocence Network, since 2009; Spec. Com. on Records Access of Cir. Ct. Documents, Wisconsin Legislative Council, 2010-11.

Davida Finger (Loyola University New Orleans College of Law)
Session: Taking Charge of our Professional Growth While Adapting to Meet Community Needs.
Bio: FINGER, DAVIDA Ass't Clin. Fac., Loyola, New Or.

Elizabeth Ford (University of Washington School of Law)
Judith L. Fox (Notre Dame Law School)
Session: Can Empirical Research in our Clinics Help us Become Better Clinicians?
Bio: FOX, JUDITH L. (F) Assoc. Clin. Prof. of Law, Notre Dame. b.1960. BS, 1985, Wilkes Univ.; JD, 1993, Notre Dame. Arts. Ed., Notre Dame L. Rev. Admitted: MI, 1993; IN, 1993. Staff Att'y, Berrien Cty. Legal Servs. St. Joseph MI, 1993-1995; Dep. Dir., 1995-1997; Clin. Assoc., Notre Dame, 1997-1999; Assoc. Prof'l Spec., Since 1999. Subjects: Clinical Legal Ethics (S); Consumer Law (S); Legal Aid I & II; Topics in Poverty Law: Domestic Violence (S).

John J. Francis (Washburn University School of Law)
Session: Transforming Our Teaching By Engaging with the Global Community
Bio: FRANCIS, JOHN J. Professor, Washburn. b.1963. BA, 1985, Lafayette Coll.; JD, 1989, American. Admitted: NY, 1990; DC, 1992; KS, 1999. Trial Att'y, NYC Legal Aid Soc. Crim. Defense Div., 1989-1994; Clin. Supv'g Att'y, Hofstra, 1994-1999; Assoc. Prof., Washburn, 1999-2005; Dir., Law Clinic, Since 1999; Prof., Since 2005. Subjects: Comparative Criminal Law & Procedure; Criminal Justice Clinic (S); Criminal Law; Pretrial Advocacy. Consultantships: List Owner/Moderator, Lawclinic Listserv, since 1999; Bd. of Dirs., KS Legal Servs., 2000-04, V.P., Bd. of Dirs., 2003-04; Adult Adv'y Com., Topeka-Shawnee Cty. Youth Ct., since 2003.

Sally B. Frank (Drake University Law School)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: FRANK, SALLY B. (F) Prof. of Law, Drake. b.1959. AB, 1980, Princeton; JD, 1983, New York Univ; MAT/CLE, 1988, Antioch. Admitted: NJ, 1983; NY, 1984; DC, 1985; IA, 1990. Clerk, Judge Emily Jane Goodman NYC, 1984-1985; Clin. Fel., Antioch DC, 1985-1988; Clin. Assoc. Prof., New York L.S., 1988-1990; Ass't Prof., Drake, 1990-1994; Assoc. Prof., 1994-1998; Prof., Since 1996. Subjects: Clinical Legal Education; Trial Advocacy; Women & the Law (S); Women in the Hebrew Scriptures (S). Member: CLEA, AAUP. Consultantships: Mem., Commission on Social Action for Reform Judaism, since 2005.

Eric Franklin Amarante (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: FRANKLIN, ERIC Clin. Fel., Nevada, Las Vegas.

Martha E. Gaines (University of Wisconsin Law School)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: GAINES, MARTHA E. Clin. Prof. & Dir., Cntr. for Patient Partnerships, Wisconsin. b.1955. AB, 1977, Vassar Coll.; JD, 1983, Wisconsin; LLM, 1993, Wisconsin. Admitted: WI, 1983. Clerk, Hon. Thomas Tang 9th Cir. Ct. App. Phoenix, 1983-1984; Ass't St. Public Defender, WI St. Public Defender Milwaukee, 1985-1987; Law Professor, Center Dir., Univ. of Wisconsin Law Sch., 1987 - Pres. Subjects: Consumer Issues in Health Care, Patient Advocacy (S); Health Care Law (Patient Advocacy) (S). Books & Awards: Chancellor's Hilldale Award for Excellence in Tchg., 1995; Robert Heidman Award for Public Serv., 2004; ACS' Lane W. Adams Quality of Life Award, 2006. Consultantships: Bd. of Adv'rs, HealthMasters Prog., Sarah Lawrence Coll.; Fund Oversight & Adv'y Com., WI Partnership; Bd. of Directors, National Patient Advocate Foundation & Patient Advocate Foundation, since 2008; Consumer Adv'r, ABIM Foundation, since 2009.

Paula Galowitz (New York University School of Law)
Session: Clinicians Aging Wisely
Bio: GALOWITZ, PAULA (F) Clin. Prof., New York Univ. b.1947. BA, 1968, Rutgers; MSW, 1971, Yeshiva; JD, 1976, Brooklyn. Admitted: NY, 1977. Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. NYC, 1976; Clerk, Judge Fuchsberg NY St. Ct. of App. Albany, 1976-1977; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. NYC, 1977-1980; Clin. Instr., New York Univ., 1980-1982; Clin. Ass't Prof., 1982-1986; Clin. Assoc. Prof., 1986-1992; Clin. Prof., Since 1992. Subjects: Civil Litigation (S); Clinical Teaching; Doctor-Patient Lawyer-Client: The Nature of Professional Relationships (S); Professional Responsibility in the Public Interest (S). Consultantships: Adv'y Coun., Housing Ct., 1997-00; Bd. of Dirs., CLEA, 2000-08; Bd. of Trustees, Interest on Lawyer Account Fund of the State of New York, since 2009.

Laura Garcia (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: GARCIA, LAURA Administrator, Law Clinic, Baltimore.

David H Gibbs (Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law)
Michele Estrin Gilman (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Workshop for New Law School Clinical Teachers - Supervision: How Do We Teach?
Bio: GILMAN, MICHELE ESTRIN (F) Prof. of Law, Baltimore. b.1968. BA, 1990, Duke; JD, 1993, Michigan. Note Ed., Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: MD, 1993; DC, 1995. Clerk, Hon. Frank A. Kaufman U.S.D.C. Dist. of MD Balt., 1993-1994; Assoc., Arnold & Porter DC, 1994-1996; Trial Att'y, Civil Rts. Div. Dep't of Just. DC, 1997-1998; Clin. Fel., Baltimore, 1998-2000; Vis. Ass't Prof., 2000-2001; Ass't Prof., 2001-2005; Assoc. Prof., 2005 - 2009; Prof. of Law, Univ. of Balt. Sch. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Administrative Law; Clinical Teaching (S); Evidence; Welfare Law (S). Books & Awards: Becoming a Trial Lawyer (with Grossman and Lederer), 2008. 2010, University System of Maryland Board of Regents' Award for Public Service.

Michele Estrin Gilman (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: GILMAN, MICHELE ESTRIN (F) Prof. of Law, Baltimore. b.1968. BA, 1990, Duke; JD, 1993, Michigan. Note Ed., Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: MD, 1993; DC, 1995. Clerk, Hon. Frank A. Kaufman U.S.D.C. Dist. of MD Balt., 1993-1994; Assoc., Arnold & Porter DC, 1994-1996; Trial Att'y, Civil Rts. Div. Dep't of Just. DC, 1997-1998; Clin. Fel., Baltimore, 1998-2000; Vis. Ass't Prof., 2000-2001; Ass't Prof., 2001-2005; Assoc. Prof., 2005 - 2009; Prof. of Law, Univ. of Balt. Sch. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Administrative Law; Clinical Teaching (S); Evidence; Welfare Law (S). Books & Awards: Becoming a Trial Lawyer (with Grossman and Lederer), 2008. 2010, University System of Maryland Board of Regents' Award for Public Service.

Lee Goldstein (Harvard Law School)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: GOLDSTEIN, LEE, Harvard.

Leigh Goodmark (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Creating, Adapting and Assessing Clinical Experiences
Bio: GOODMARK, LEIGH (F) Assoc. Prof. and Dir. of Law Clinics, Baltimore. b.1969. BA, 1991, Yale; JD, 1994, Stanford. Stanford Law Rev. Admitted: CA, 1994; DC, 1995; MD, 2003. Clerk, Hon. Robert G. Doumar E.D. VA Norfolk, 1994-1995; Skadden Fel., Washington Lawyers' Com. DC, 1995-1996; Staff Att'y, Bread for the City DC, 1996-1999; Clin. Instr., Cath. Univ., 1999-2000; Ass't Staff Dir., ABA Cntr. on Children & the Law DC, 2000-2003; Ass't Prof., Baltimore, 2003-2007; Assoc. Prof., Since 2007. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Family Law. Books & Awards: Keeping Kids Out of the System: Creative Legal Prac. as a Community Child Protection Strategy, 2001; Promoting Community Child Protection: A Legis. Agenda, 2002; A Troubled Marriage: Domestic Violence and the Legal Sys., 2011. Member: Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n; ; Soc. of Am. Law Teachers. Consultantships: Ed'l Bd., Jour. of Child Custody, since 2004; Ed'l Bd., Juv. & Family Ct. Jour., Nat'l Coun. of Juv. & Family Cts., since 2006.

Michael R. Graham (DePaul University College of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions

Michael J. Gregory (Harvard Law School)
Session: Can Empirical Research in our Clinics Help us Become Better Clinicians?
Bio: GREGORY, MICHAEL J. (M) Ass't Clin. Prof., Harvard. b.1976. AB, 1998, Brown Univ.; MAT, 1999, Brown Univ.; JD, 2004, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 2004. Subjects: Education Advocacy and Systemic Change: Children at Risk; Education Law and Policy; Education Law Clinic; Education Reform Movements.

Jonathan Grossberg (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Identity, Expertise, and Evolution: Challenges and Rewards in Cross-Clinic Collaboration
Bio: MUELLER, JENNIFER , American.

Anjum Gupta (Rutgers Law School)
Session: Closing Plenary Session - From Resilience to Happiness
Bio: GUPTA , ANJUM (F) Ass't Prof. of Law, Rutgers - Newark. JD, 3, Yale; BA, 99, Michigan. Bd. Member, Yale Jour. of Law & Feminism. Admitted: NY, 2004. Subjects: Immigrant Rights Clinic; Professional Responsibility; Refugee & Humanitarian Immigration Law.

Josh Gupta-Kagan (University of South Carolina School of Law)
Session: Closing Plenary Session - From Resilience to Happiness

Carrie Hagan (Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law)
Session: Who Are The People in Your Neighborhood? Balancing The Interests of Clients, Courts and Community Agencies
Bio: HAGAN, CARRIE Clin. Assoc. Prof., Ind., Indianapolis. BA, 2001, Univ. of Kansas; JD, 2005, Cincinnati. Admitted: OH, 2005; IN, 2009. Staff Att'y, Legal Aid of Southwest Ohio, Cincinnati, OH, 2005 - 2007; Supervising Attorney, Domestic Violence/Domestic Relations Clinic, Legal Aid of Southwest Ohio, Cincinnati, OH, 2006 - 2007; Vis. Professor/Director, Community Justice and Legal Assistance Clinic, Roger Williams Univ. Sch. of Law, 2008 - 2009; Clin. Associate Professor of Law, Indiana Univ. Sch. of Law - Indpls., 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Practice Clinic.

David Hall (University of the Virgin Islands)
Session: Closing Plenary Session - From Resilience to Happiness
Bio: HALL, DAVID, Prof. Northeastern. MA, 1975; JD, 1978, Univ. of Oklahoma; LLM, 1985, Harvard; SJD, 1988, Harvard. Admitted: OK, 1978. Dean, Northeastern Univ., 1993-1998; Sr. V. P. & Provost, 1998-2002. Subjects: Contracts; Professional Responsibility; Racism & American Law (S). Books & Awards: Dean of the Yr. (NAPIL), 1997; The Spiritual Revitalization of the Legal Profession: A Search for Sacred Rivers, 2005; Univ. of Okla. Dist. Alumni, 2006. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Legal Servs. Corp., since 2003; Chrm. of the Bd., Children Servs. of Roxbury, since 2006.

Nicole Hallett (Yale Law School)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress

Mary Hanisch (Loyola University Chicago School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters and Introduction of New Clinicians

Jasmine Elwick Harris (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Identity, Expertise, and Evolution: Challenges and Rewards in Cross-Clinic Collaboration
Bio: HARRIS, JASMINE ELWICK , American.

Jasmine Elwick Harris (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: HARRIS, JASMINE ELWICK , American.

Carrie L. Hempel (University of California, Irvine School of Law)
Session: Curricular Reform – Understanding the Goals and Process of Curricular Reform
Bio: HEMPEL, CARRIE L. (F) Assoc. Dean for Clin. Educ. and Serv. Learning and Clin. Prof. of Law, Cal., Irvine. b.1959. BA, 1981, Southern Cal.; JD, 1985, Yale. Admitted: CA, 1986; MN, 1992. Clerk, Hon. Richard A. Gadbois U.S.D.C. L.A., 1985-1986; Fellow, Cntr. for Law in the Public Interest L.A., 1986-1987; Att'y, Tuttle & Taylor L.A., 1987-1991; Att'y, Leonard St. & Deinard Mpls., 1991-1993; Clin. Ass't Prof., Southern Cal., 1993-1996; Clin. Assoc. Prof., 1996-1999; Clin. Prof., Since 1999. Subjects: Criminal Law; Gender, Crime, & Justice (S); Post Conviction Justice Project (S). Member: CLEA.; Nat'l Ass'n of Women Judges; SALT. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Southern CA ACLU, since 1995.

Arnie Herz (Arnie Herz, Attorney at Law)
Session: Equilibrium in Our Lives/ Mindfulness/Self-Care

Leah A. Hill (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Exposing Schema and Using Interdisciplinary Translation to Aid Students in Learning Professional Decision Making
Bio: HILL, LEAH A. (F) Clin. Assoc. Prof., Fordham. BA, 1982, CUNY@Brooklyn Coll.; JD, 1985, Rutgers - Newark. Admitted: NY, 1987. Staff Att'y, Legal Services for New York and The Legal Aid Soc., New York (Various Offices), 1990-1995; Acting Ass't Clin. Prof., New York Univ., 1995-1996; Clin. Ass't Prof., Fordham, 1996-1999; Clin. Associate Prof., Fordham Univ. Sch. of Law, 1999 - Pres. Subjects: Domestic Violence Clinic (S); Domestic Violence: Law & Social Work (S); Fact Development & Advocacy (S); Family Advocacy Clinic (S). Books & Awards: 2011, Fulbright Scholarship.Consultantships: Comm. Mem., ABA Commission on Domestic Violence, since 2010; Mem., NYS Appellate Division, Committee on the Attorney for the Child, since 2011.

Barbara C. Hines (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: The Law School Clinician as Part of and a Partner with the Community
Bio: HINES, BARBARA C. (F) Clin. Professor/Co-Director, Univ. of Texas. b.1947. BA, 1969, Univ. of Texas; JD, 1975, Northeastern. Admitted: TX, 1975. Att'y, Self Austin, Since 1982; Lect., Univ. of Texas, 1999-2003; Clin. Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Immigration Law Clinic. Member: Am. Immig. Lawyers Assn.

Kathy H. Ho (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Exposing Schema and Using Interdisciplinary Translation to Aid Students in Learning Professional Decision Making
Bio: HO, KATHY H. , Fordham.

Paul M Holland (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: HOLLAND, PAUL (M) Assoc. Dean for Acad. Affrs. and Assoc. Prof. , Seattle. b.1967. JD, 1991, New York Univ; LLM, 1996, Georgetown. Admitted: DC, 1992; WA, 2004. Vis. Prof., Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr., 1994 - 1999; Ass't Professor and Clinic Dir., Loyola Univ. Chgo., 1999 - 2001; Clin. Prof., Univ. of Michigan Law Sch., 2001 - 2004; Ass't Prof., Seattle Univ. Sch. of Law, 2004 - 2008; Assoc. Prof., Seattle Univ. Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres; Assoc. Dean for Academic Affrs., Seattle Univ., 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (Youth Advocacy). Consultantships: Mem. (Chair, from 2008-09), Gov'rs Juv. Just. Adv'y Com., 2005-09.

D'lorah L. Hughes (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Robert A. Leflar Law Center)
Session: More than Mindful in the Face of Constitutional Crisis: The Case Study of Juvenile Life Without Parole and Post-Miller Implementation Work
Bio: HUGHES, D'LORAH L. (F) Assoc. Prof., Ark., Fayetteville. Juris Doctorate, 2001, Duke. Admitted: CA, 2001; AR, 2009. Staff Att'y, Law Fdn. of Silicon Valley, San Jose, CA, 2002 - 2003; Dep. Public Defender, Orange Cty. Public Defender, Orange County, California, 2003 - 2006; Ass't Professor and First-Year Program Coord'r, Whittier Law Sch., 2006 - 2007; Vis. Assistant Professor of Law, Case Western Univ. Sch. of Law, 2007 - 2008. Subjects: Criminal Prosecution Clinic; Federal Public Defender Externship; Juvenile Defense Clinic.

D'lorah L. Hughes (Wayne State University Law School)
Session: Track 1: New to the “New Normal”: Externship Professor Edition
Bio: HUGHES, D'LORAH L. (F) Assoc. Prof., Wayne State. Juris Doctorate, 2001, Duke. Admitted: CA, 2001; AR, 2009. Staff Att'y, Law Fdn. of Silicon Valley, San Jose, CA, 2002 - 2003; Dep. Public Defender, Orange Cty. Public Defender, Orange County, California, 2003 - 2006; Ass't Professor and First-Year Program Coord'r, Whittier Law Sch., 2006 - 2007; Vis. Assistant Professor of Law, Case Western Univ. Sch. of Law, 2007 - 2008. Subjects: Criminal Prosecution Clinic; Federal Public Defender Externship; Juvenile Defense Clinic.

Emily Hughes (University of Iowa College of Law)
Session: More than Mindful in the Face of Constitutional Crisis: The Case Study of Juvenile Life Without Parole and Post-Miller Implementation Work
Bio: HUGHES, EMILY (F) Professor, Iowa. AB, 1990, Michigan; MA, 1992, Yale; JD, 1997, Michigan. Admitted: IA, 1997; IL, 2003; MO, 2006. Clerk, U.S.D.C. N.D. IA, 1997-1998; Sacks Fel., Harvard, 1998-1999; Public Defender, Iowa City, 1999-2002; Assoc. Dir., Cntr. for Just. in Capital Cases Chgo., 2002-2006; Assoc. Prof., Wash. St. Louis, 2006 - 2011; Professor, Univ. of Iowa Coll. of Law, 2011 - Pres. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Death Penalty; Professional Responsibility; Trial Advocacy. Books & Awards: Cum Laude, 1997; Fed. Habeas Corpus: Cases and Materials (with A. Lyon & M. Prosser), 2005. Member: Order of the Coif.

Mary Jo B. Hunter (Mitchell Hamline School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: HUNTER, MARY JO B. (F) Interim Dir. Clinics, Hamline. b.1951. BA, 1978, Wisconsin; JD, 1982, U.C.L.A. Admitted: MN, 1986. Staff Att'y, Neighborhood Just. Cntr. St. Paul, 1985-1987; Adj. Prof., Wm. Mitchell, 1986-1987; Staff Att'y, So. MN Reg. Legal Servs. St. Paul 1983-85, 1987-1989; Staff Att'y, NV Rural Legal Servs. Carson City, 1989; Clin. Instr., North Dakota, 1989-1993; Instr., Am. Indian Law Cntr. Albuq., 1993; Clin. Instr., Hamline, 1993-2000; Assoc. Clin. Prof., Since 2000. Subjects: Child Advocacy Clinic; Criminal Procedure (S); Native American Law (S). Books & Awards: Tribal Courts Directory, (with April Schwartz), 2d ed., 2006. Member: Nat'l Hon. Soc. Consultantships: Bd. Chrprsn., Am. Indian Ombudsperson, since 2003; Ed'l Bd. Mem., Nal'l Tribal Ct. Clerk Prog., since 2006.

Sandra Iaderosa (The University of Michigan Law School)
Carol L. Izumi (University of California, Hastings College of the Law)
Session: Becoming a Better Clinician by Integrating Mindfulness Parctices into Your Clinic Seminar
Bio: IZUMI, CAROL L.* (F) Clin. Prof. of Law, UC, Hastings. b.1954. BA, 1976, Oberlin Coll.; JD, 1980, Georgetown. Admitted: DC, 1980; VA, 1982. Ass't Dir., Public Serv. DC Bar, 1980-1981; Clerk, Hon. Harriett R. Taylor DC Superior Ct., 1981-1983; Assoc. Smink & Scheuermann, P.C. DC, 1983-1986; Clin. Instr., Geo. Wash., 1986-1990; Clin. Assoc. Prof., 1990-1993; Prof. of Clinical Law, George Washington Univ. Law Sch., 1993 - 2010; Ass't Dean, Clin. Affrs., 2000-2003; Assoc. Dean, Clin. Affrs., 2003-2007; Clin. Prof., UC Hastings Coll. of the Law, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Community Dispute Resolution Center Project (S); Consumer Mediation Clinic (S); Mediation Clinic (S); Mediation Course (S). Books & Awards: Race, Rts. and Reparation: Law and the Japanese Am. Internment (with Yamamoto, Chon, Kang & Wu), 2001. Member: Ass'n for Conflict Resolu.; ALI.; Am. Bar Ass'n Sect. of Dispute Resolu. Consultantships: Sect. of Dispute Resolu., ABA.; Chair, Com. on CLE, AALS, 2001-02; Chair, Sect. on CLE, AALS, 2001-02, Chair, 2002-03.

Janet Thompson Jackson (Washburn University School of Law)
Session: Curricular Reform - Preserving the Integrity of Experiential Learning Curriculum Reform Track
Bio: JACKSON, JANET THOMPSON , Washburn.

Becky L. Jacobs (University of Tennessee College of Law)
Session: Innovative Techniques to Stimulate Student Curiosity for Community Engagement in Domestic and International Settings
Bio: JACOBS, BECKY L. (F) Assoc. Prof., Tennessee. BS, 1983, Fla. Inst. of Tech.; JD, 1987, Georgia. Symp. Ed., Ga. L. Rev. Admitted: MO, 1988; WV, 1994; TX, 1998. Assoc., Gibson Dunn & Crutcher London, 1989; Clerk, Hon. P.M. Bowman U.S.C.A. 8th Cir. Kan. City MO 1987-88, 1990-1991; Assoc., Shook Hardy & Bacon London & Kan. City, 1991-1993; Sr. Att'y, CNG Transmission Clarksburg WV, 1993-1998; Counsel, Conoco Houston, 1998-1999; Ass't Gen. Counsel, Duke Energy Sao Paulo Brazil & Houston, 1999-2002; Assoc. Prof., Tennessee, Since 2003. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Environmental Law; International Business Transactions; Legal Process I; Mediation Clinic; Natural Resources. Member: Order of the Coif.

Sarah Jacobs (University of Detroit Mercy School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters and Introduction of New Clinicians
Bio: JACOBS, SARAH Vis. Ass't Prof. Dual J.D. Degree Applied Legal Theory & Analysis Prog., Univ. of Detroit Mercy.

Conrad Johnson (Columbia Law School)
Session: Pedagogy - Fostering Deep Learning in Clinical Law Students
Bio: JOHNSON, CONRAD (M) Clin. Prof., Columbia. b.1953. BA, 1975, Columbia; JD, 1978, Brooklyn. Admitted: NY, 1980. Staff Att'y, The Legal Aid Soc. Civil Div. NYC, 1978-1983; Att'y-in-Charge, Harlem Neighborhood Off., 1983-1987; Vis. Ass't Prof., CUNY at Queens, 1987-1988; Ass't Prof., 1988-1989; Vis. Assoc. Clin Prof., Columbia, 1989-1990; Dir., Fair Housing Clinic, 1989-2000; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 1990-1992; Acting Dir., Clin. Prog., 1992-1993; Clin. Prof., Since 1992; Dir., Clin. Progs., 1993-1996; Dir., Lawyering in the Digital Age Clinic, Since 2001. Subjects: Civil Rights (S); Clinical Teaching (S); Legal Profession; Technology & Practice. Member: CLEA (Bd. of Dirs., 1999-01); AALS (Com. on Curric. & Res., 2000-02); AALS/ABA/LSAC (Jt. Com. on Racial & Ethnic Diversity, since 2002). Consultantships: Legal Needs of Poor Com., NYC Ass'n of Bar, 1989-95; Mem., Mayor's Com. on the Judiciary, 1990-94; Mem., Kaye Comm. on Prof'l Educ., 1994-96.

Margaret E. Johnson (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Welcome and Introduction
Bio: JOHNSON, MARGARET E. (F) Assoc. Prof., Baltimore. b.1966. BA, 1987, Dartmouth; JD, 1993, Wisconsin. Arts. Ed., Wis. L. Rev. Admitted: MA, 1995; DC, 1997; MD, 2006. Jud'l Clerk, Hon. Hector M. Laffitte U.S.D.C. Dist. of PR San Juan, 1993-1995; Women's Law & Public Policy Fellow & Staff Att'y, Wash. Lawyer's Com. for Civil Rts. & Urban Affrs. DC, 1995-1996; Assoc., Terris Pravlik & Wagner DC, 1996-1997; Sr. Assoc./Assoc., Kalijarvi Chuzi & Newman P.C. DC, 1997-2002; Prac.-in-Res. & Dir., Domestic Violence Clinic Am., 2002-2006; Ass't. Prof., Baltimore, Since 2006. Subjects: Employment Discrimination; Family Law Clinic (S); Property ; Sex-Based Discrimination. Books & Awards: AALS Bellow Scholar Award, 2005. Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Ed'l Com., Women in the Law in MD, since 2007.

Margaret E. Johnson (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Workshop for New Law School Clinical Teachers - Welcome and Introduction
Bio: JOHNSON, MARGARET E. (F) Assoc. Prof., Baltimore. b.1966. BA, 1987, Dartmouth; JD, 1993, Wisconsin. Arts. Ed., Wis. L. Rev. Admitted: MA, 1995; DC, 1997; MD, 2006. Jud'l Clerk, Hon. Hector M. Laffitte U.S.D.C. Dist. of PR San Juan, 1993-1995; Women's Law & Public Policy Fellow & Staff Att'y, Wash. Lawyer's Com. for Civil Rts. & Urban Affrs. DC, 1995-1996; Assoc., Terris Pravlik & Wagner DC, 1996-1997; Sr. Assoc./Assoc., Kalijarvi Chuzi & Newman P.C. DC, 1997-2002; Prac.-in-Res. & Dir., Domestic Violence Clinic Am., 2002-2006; Ass't. Prof., Baltimore, Since 2006. Subjects: Employment Discrimination; Family Law Clinic (S); Property ; Sex-Based Discrimination. Books & Awards: AALS Bellow Scholar Award, 2005. Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Ed'l Com., Women in the Law in MD, since 2007.

Diane S. Juliar (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: JULIAR, DIANE S. Clin. Prof., Suffolk. BA, 1970, Michigan; JD, 1973, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 1973. Public Defender, MA Defenders Com. Boston, 1973-1983; Ass't D.A. & Ass't Att'y Gen., C'wealth of MA Cambridge & Boston, 1983-1999. Subjects: Criminal Law; Prosecutors Clinic (S); Trial Practice. Member: CLEA.

Carolyn Kaas (Quinnipiac University School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: KAAS, CAROLYN (F) Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Legal Clinic. & Dir., Externship Prog., Quinnipiac Uni. b.1955. AB, 1976, Cornell; JD, 1983, Connecticut. Mem., Conn. L. Rev. Admitted: CT, 1983. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Ellen Burns New Haven CT, 1983-1985; Assoc., Wiggin & Dana New Haven CT, 1985-1989; Ass't Prof., Bridgeport, 1989-1992; Assoc. Clin. Prof., Quinnipiac, 1992-1998; Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Legal Clinic, Since 1998. Subjects: Civil Clinic (S); Criminal Justice Clinic (S); Family & Juvenile Law Externship (S); Legal Services Externships (S); Mediation (S); Poverty Law (S). Member: Int'l Soc. of Family Law; AFCC.; CLEA (Pres. 2001). Consultantships: Co-Dir., Cntr. on Dispute Resolu., since 2004; Dir., Family Law Concentration, since 2004.

Carolyn Kaas (Quinnipiac University School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: KAAS, CAROLYN (F) Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Legal Clinic. & Dir., Externship Prog., Quinnipiac Uni. b.1955. AB, 1976, Cornell; JD, 1983, Connecticut. Mem., Conn. L. Rev. Admitted: CT, 1983. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Ellen Burns New Haven CT, 1983-1985; Assoc., Wiggin & Dana New Haven CT, 1985-1989; Ass't Prof., Bridgeport, 1989-1992; Assoc. Clin. Prof., Quinnipiac, 1992-1998; Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Legal Clinic, Since 1998. Subjects: Civil Clinic (S); Criminal Justice Clinic (S); Family & Juvenile Law Externship (S); Legal Services Externships (S); Mediation (S); Poverty Law (S). Member: Int'l Soc. of Family Law; AFCC.; CLEA (Pres. 2001). Consultantships: Co-Dir., Cntr. on Dispute Resolu., since 2004; Dir., Family Law Concentration, since 2004.

Marc R. Kadish (Mayer Brown)
Session: AALS Luncheon - Relevance of Clinical Pedagogy to Law Firms

Michael Kagan (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Clinic as a Partner in the Administration of Justice: Case Study of an Immigration Clinic and a Public Defender
Bio: KAGAN, MICHAEL Assoc. Prof., Nevada, Las Vegas. b.1975. BA, 1997, Northwestern; JD, 2000, Michigan. Admitted: NY, 2000. Instr., Tel Aviv Univ. Buchmann Fac. L., 2004 - 2006; Sen. Fell. Int'l Hum. Rts. L., Amer. Univ. Cairo, 2007 - 2009; Assoc. Prof., Nevada Las Vegas, 2011 - Pres. Subjects: Immigration; Refugee Law. Member: Assoc. Member, Int'l Assoc. Refugee L. Judges.

Sital Kalantry (The University of Chicago, The Law School)
Session: Bridging Community Divides: How to Choose adn Engage in Fieldwork for Clinicians Working with Local Communities at Home or Abroad
Bio: KALANTRY, SITAL (F) Assoc. Clin. Prof. & Director, Avon Global Cntr. for Women and Justice, Univ. of Chicago. AB, 1994, Cornell; MSc, 1995, London Sch. of Econ.; JD, 1998, Pennsylvania. Assoc. Ed., J. Int'l Econ. L. Admitted: NY, 1999; DC, 2001. Assoc., Milbank Tweed NYC, 1998-2000; O'Melveny & Myers, LLP NYC & DC, 2001-2005; Lect., Cornell, Since 2006. Subjects: Human Rights. Consultantships: Mem, Human Rts. Com., NY Bar Ass'n, since 2005.

Helen H. Kang (Golden Gate University School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: KANG, HELEN H. (F) Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Envtl. Law & Just. Clin., Golden Gate. b.1960. BA, 1982, Yale; JD, 1986, UC, Berkeley. Founding Mem. and Articles Editor, Berkley Women's Law Journal, now known as Berkeley Jour. of Gender, Law & Justice. ; Articles Editor, Berkeley Women's Law Jour. Admitted: CA, 1986. Assoc., Feldman Waldman & Kline San Fran., 1986-1990; Trial Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. San Fran., 1990-1997; Part., Goodman/Kang LLP San Fran., 1997-2000; Vis. Prof., Golden Gate, 2000-2002; Assoc. Prof., Since 2002; Director, Environmental Law & Justice Clinic, Golden Gate Univ. Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Environmental Law & Justice Seminar and Clinic (S); Environmental Law & Policy.

Maritza Karmely (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: KARMELY, MARITZA (F) Assoc. Clin. Prof., Suffolk. b.1971. BA, 1993, Boston Coll.; JD, 1998, Boston Univ. Admitted: MA, 1998. Assoc. Att'y, Skadden Arps Slate Meager & Flom LLP Boston, 1998-2002; Assoc. Att'y, Todd & Weld LLP Boston, 2002-2003; Staff Att'y, Casa Myrna Vazquez Inc. Boston, 2003-2007; Asst Clinical Prof., Boston Coll. Law Sch., 2007 - 2011.

Sean J. Kealy (Boston University School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: KEALY, SEAN J. (M) Clin. Assoc. Prof., Boston Uni. b.1969. BA, 1991, Hamilton Coll.; JD, 1994, Temple; MGA, 1994, Pennsylvania. Admitted: MA, 1994. Ass't Att'y Gen., MA Off of the Att'y Gen., 1996-1999; Couns., Jt. Comm. on Crim. Just. MA Senate Sen. Cynthia Green, 1999-2003; Couns., Jt. Comm. on Revenue MA Senate Sen. Cynthia Green, 2003-2007; Clin. Prof., Boston Univ., 2007. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Criminal Justicel; Legislation. Member: Law and Soc'y Ass'n, Acas. of Crim. Just. Sci.

James J. Kelly, Jr. (Notre Dame Law School)
Session: Infusing the 1L Curriculum with Experiential Learning and Clinical Pedagogy
Bio: KELLY, JAMES J., JR. (M) Prof'l Specialist/Clinical Prof., Notre Dame. b.1966. Philosophy, with Honors, 1987, Univ. of Va.; JD, 1994, Columbia. Head Notes Ed., Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1995; MD, 1997; DC, 1998. Skadden Fellow & Staff Att'y, No. Manhattan Improvement Corp., New York, NY, 1994-1999; Staff Att'y; Project 5000 Legal Consult., Community Law Cntr., Baltimore, MD, 1999 - 2002; Exec Dir., Save A Neighborhood, Baltimore, MD, 2002-2004; Ass't Prof. of Law; Dir., Comm. Dev. Clinic, Univ. of Balt. Sch. of Law, 2004 - 2011; Vis. Professor of Law, Washington and Lee Univ. Sch. of Law, 2011; Clin. Professor of Law, Univ. of Notre Dame, 2011 - Pres. Subjects: Community Development Clinic; Jurisprudence (1L); Legal Writing II; Professional Responsibility; Property; Real Estate Finance. Consultantships: Mem., Baltimore City Land Bank Authority Task Force, 2008-08; Faculty, Real Prop. Actions, Judicial Institute of Maryland, 2008-10; Mem., Maryland Court of Appeals Professionalism Commission, 2009-11.

Kendall L. Kerew (Georgia State University College of Law)
Session: Educating Money (and Other Motivators): Teaching Social Justice and Life Balance to Future For-Profit Attorneys
Bio: KEREW, KENDALL L. (F) Lect., Georgia State. b.1973. BA, 1995, Emory; JD, 1998, Vanderbilt. Exec. Symp. Ed., Vand. J. Transnat'l L. Admitted: GA, 1998. Assoc., King & Spalding Atlanta GA, 1998-2000; Ass't Att'y Gen., GA Att'y Gen. Off., 2000-2005; Lect., Georgia St., Since 2005. Subjects: Externships; Research, Writing & Advocacy. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.

Elizabeth A. Keyes (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: KEYES, ELIZABETH (F) Practitioner-in-Residence, Baltimore. MPA, 1998, Princeton Univ.; JD, 2004, Georgetown. Symposium Editor, G'town Imm. L. J. Skadden Fellow / Staff Att'y, CASA of Maryland, Silver Spring, MD, 2004 - 2007; Supervising Att'y, WEAVE, Washington, DC, 2007 - 2009. Subjects: Immigrant Justice Clinic; Immigration law.

Elizabeth A. Keyes (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Teaching the "I"in Community
Bio: KEYES, ELIZABETH (F) Practitioner-in-Residence, Baltimore. MPA, 1998, Princeton Univ.; JD, 2004, Georgetown. Symposium Editor, G'town Imm. L. J. Skadden Fellow / Staff Att'y, CASA of Maryland, Silver Spring, MD, 2004 - 2007; Supervising Att'y, WEAVE, Washington, DC, 2007 - 2009. Subjects: Immigrant Justice Clinic; Immigration law.

John D. King (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: Using Case Rounds to Teach Professional Identity
Bio: KING, JOHN D. (M) Assoc. Clin. Prof. of Law, Wash. & Lee. b.1970. BA, 1992, Brown Univ.; JD, 1996, Michigan; LLM, 2005, Georgetown. Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: MN, 1997; DC, 1999; WY, 2006; VA, 2009. Clerk, Hon. Richard H. Kyle, St. Paul, MN, 1997 - 1999; E. Barrett Prettyman Fellow, Criminal Justice Clinic, Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr., 1999 - 2001; Supervising Att'y, Public Defender Serv. for the Dist. of Columbia, Washington, DC, 2001 - 2006; Vis. Asst. Prof., Univ. of Wyoming Coll. of Law, 2007 - 2008. Subjects: Criminal Justice Clinic; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Professional Responsibility; Trial Advocacy.

Catherine F. Klein (The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law)
Session: Clinicians Aging Wisely
Bio: KLEIN, CATHERINE F. (F) Prof. & Director, Columbus Community Legal Servs., Cath. Uni. b.1952. BA, 1974, Northwestern; JD, 1978, Cincinnati. Ed. Bd., U. Cin. L. Rev. Admitted: OH, 1978; DC, 1979. Clin. Att'y, Cath. Univ., 1981-1992; Dir., Family Abuse Proj., Since 1981; Vis. Ass't Prof., American, 1991; Vis. Assoc. Prof., 1992-1993; Assoc. Prof., Cath. Univ., 1992-2006; Dir., Columbus Community Legal Servs., Since 2005; Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Families and the Law Clinic; Family Law; Litigation Clinic; Women & the Law Clinic. Books & Awards: Domestic Violence: A Manual for Pro Bono Lawyers, 1992; Creative Child Advocacy: Global Perspectives (chapter, with Barry & Goodmark), 2004; DC Prac. Manual (chapter, with Epstein), 13th ed., 2006. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.; Order of the Coif.

Peter B. Knapp (Mitchell Hamline School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: KNAPP, PETER B. (M) Prof., Wm. Mitchell. b.1958. AB, 1980; JD, 1983, Harvard. Admitted: MN, 1983. Att'y, Oppenheimer Wolff & Donnelly St. Paul, 1983-1989; Ass't Prof., Wm. Mitchell, 1989-1992; Assoc. Prof., 1992-1994; Prof., Since 1994. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Clinical Teaching; Evidence; Torts; Trial Advocacy. Books & Awards: Lawyering Skills: Videotapes (with Haydock & Juergens), 1996; Minnesota Methods of Practice: Civil Advocacy (with Haydock), 2004; A Minnesota Practice, Jury Instruction Guides-Civil (with Steenson), 5th ed., 2006; Lawyering: Prac. and Plng. (with Haydock, Juergens, Herr & Stempel), 1996, 3d ed. (with Haydock), 2011. 2011, Deborah L. Rhode Award.Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Liberty Plaza; Mem., Legal Assist. for the Disadvantaged, since 1995; Chair, Legal Services Planning Committee, since 2006.

David C. Koelsch (University of Detroit Mercy School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: KOELSCH, DAVID C. (M) Clin. Assoc. Prof. & Dir. of the Immig. Law Clinic, Univ. of Detroit Mercy. b.1966. BA, 1988, Michigan; JD, 1994, Cath. Univ. Art. Ed., Cath. Univ. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1995; IL, 1995; MI, 1998. Law Clerk, AK Superior Ct., 1995-1996; Att'y, Hopkins & Suttor Chgo., 1996-1998; Att'y, Dykema Detroit, 1998-2000; Att'y, Freedom House Detroit, 2000-2006; Prof., Univ of Detroit Mercy, Since 2007. Subjects: Immigration Law; Immigration Law Clinic. Books & Awards: Jesuit 100 Award, 2007. Member: Sec'y, Am. Immig. Lawyers Ass'n., 2000-07.

David C. Koelsch (University of Detroit Mercy School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters and Introduction of New Clinicians
Bio: KOELSCH, DAVID C. (M) Clin. Assoc. Prof. & Dir. of the Immig. Law Clinic, Univ. of Detroit Mercy. b.1966. BA, 1988, Michigan; JD, 1994, Cath. Univ. Art. Ed., Cath. Univ. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1995; IL, 1995; MI, 1998. Law Clerk, AK Superior Ct., 1995-1996; Att'y, Hopkins & Suttor Chgo., 1996-1998; Att'y, Dykema Detroit, 1998-2000; Att'y, Freedom House Detroit, 2000-2006; Prof., Univ of Detroit Mercy, Since 2007. Subjects: Immigration Law; Immigration Law Clinic. Books & Awards: Jesuit 100 Award, 2007. Member: Sec'y, Am. Immig. Lawyers Ass'n., 2000-07.

Jennifer L Koh (Western State College of Law at Westcliff University)
Session: The Law School Clinician as Part of and a Partner with the Community
Bio: KOH, JENNIFER LEE (F) Ass't Prof. of Law, Western State. BA, 1998, Yale; JD, 2001, Columbia. Sr. Editor, Columbia Law Rev. Admitted: NY, 2003; CA, 2005. Director, Community Liaison Proj., Sanctuary for Families, New York, NY, 2002 - 2003; Associate, WilmerHale, 2004 - 2007; Tchg. Fel., Stanford Law Sch., 2007 - 2010. Subjects: Immigration Clinic; Immigration Law. Member: Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n.

Laurie S. Kohn (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: Clinicians Aging Wisely
Bio: KOHN, LAURIE S. Assoc. Prof. of Clin. Law -Director Family Justice Litig. Clinic, Geo. Was. b.1968. BA, 1990, Harvard; JD, 1996, Georgetown; LLM, 2001, Georgetown. Art. Ed., Geo. J. of Legal Ethics. Admitted: MA, 1996; DC, 1997. Assoc., Crowell & Moring LLP DC, 1996-1998; Women's Law & Public Policy Fel., Women's Law Fellowship DC, 1998-1999; Clin. Fel., Georgetown, 1999-2000; Assoc. Prof., Since 2000; Dep. Dir., Domestic Violence Clinic, Since 2004; Co-Director, Georgetown Domestic Violence Clinic, 2004 - Pres; Assoc. Professor of Clinical Law, George Washington Law Sch., 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Domestic Violence Law; Family Justice Litigation Clinic (S); Gender and the Law (S). Books & Awards: Thomas Moore Award for Georgetown Jour. on Legal Ethics., 0; Litigating Domestic Violence Civil Protection Order Cases (with Epstein, Fulcher & Goldberg), 2011. 1996, St. Thomas More Award.Member: . Consultantships: Hearing Comm'r, Office of Police Complaints, since 2003; Mayoral Appointee, DC Domestic Violence Fatality Comm., 2004-08; Co-Chair, DC Bar Family Law Steering Committee, 2005-08; Co-Chair, DC Superior Court Domestic Violence Unit Task Force, since 2006; Fellowship Chair, Frederick B. Abramson Memorial Foundation, 2007-10; Mem., DC Superior Court Family Court Training Committee, since 2008; Mem., DC Superior Court Domestic Violence Unit Rules Committee, since 2009.

Allison Korn (University of Mississippi School of Law)
Session: Shaken Baby Syndrome: A Model for Cross-Fertilization
Bio: KORN, ALLISON E. , Mississippi.

Stefan H. Krieger (Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University)
Session: Pop-up Clinics: Going Back to Our Roots to Enhance our Clinical Teaching
Bio: KRIEGER, STEFAN H. (M) Prof. of Law and Dir. of the Cntr. for Legal Reasoning, Hofstra. b.1946. AB, 1968, Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 1975, Illinois. Mng. Ed., U. Ill. L.F. Admitted: IL, 1975; TX, 1987; NY, 1994. Clerk, Judge Hubert L. Will U.S.D.C. Chgo., 1975-1977; Staff Att'y, Legal Assist. Fdn. of Chgo. IL, 1977-1979; Staff Att'y & Clin. Fel., Univ. of Chgo., 1979-1987; Ass't Prof., Southern Methodist, 1987-1993; Assoc. Prof., Hofstra, 1993-1999; Prof., Since 1999. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Evidence; Trial Advocacy (S). Books & Awards: Essential Lawyerings Skills (with Neumann), 3d ed., 2007. Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Mem., Govr's Sunset Task Force on Utility Regulatory Reform, 1982-84; Mem., Mayor's Comm. on Energy, since 1985.

Gowri J. Krishna (Roger Williams University School of Law)
Katherine R. Kruse (Mitchell Hamline School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: KRUSE, KATHERINE R. (F) Prof., Hamline. b.1961. BA, 1984, Oberlin Coll.; MA, 1986, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison; JD, 1989, Wisconsin. Arts. Ed., Wis. L. Rev. Admitted: WI, 1989; NV, 2002; NY, 2010. Clerk, U.S.D.C. W.D.WI Madison, 1989-1990. Subjects: Criminal Law; Evidence; Innocence Clinic; Juvenile Justice Clinic; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Lawyers and Clients: Critical Issues in Interviewing and Counseling (with Ellmann, Dinerstein, Gunning and Shalleck), 2009. Member: Clin. Law Rev. (Co-Editor-in-Chief).; Clin. Legal Educ. Assoc. (Secretary); Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Rocky Mountain Innocence Center Advisory Board, since 2007.

Katherine R. Kruse (Mitchell Hamline School of Law)
Session: The In-House Clinic in the New Landscape of Experiential Education
Bio: KRUSE, KATHERINE R. (F) Prof., Hamline. b.1961. BA, 1984, Oberlin Coll.; MA, 1986, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison; JD, 1989, Wisconsin. Arts. Ed., Wis. L. Rev. Admitted: WI, 1989; NV, 2002; NY, 2010. Clerk, U.S.D.C. W.D.WI Madison, 1989-1990. Subjects: Criminal Law; Evidence; Innocence Clinic; Juvenile Justice Clinic; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Lawyers and Clients: Critical Issues in Interviewing and Counseling (with Ellmann, Dinerstein, Gunning and Shalleck), 2009. Member: Clin. Law Rev. (Co-Editor-in-Chief).; Clin. Legal Educ. Assoc. (Secretary); Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Rocky Mountain Innocence Center Advisory Board, since 2007.

Tamara Kuennen (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Equilibrium in Our Lives/ Mindfulness/Self-Care
Bio: KUENNEN, TAMARA Assoc. Prof., Denver. b.1969. JD, 1996, Northeastern; LLM, 2004, Georgetown. Subjects: Civil Litigation Clinic.

Annie Lai (University of California, Irvine School of Law)
Session: Defining the Agenda Together: Engaging Community Stakeholders in Clinic Intake and Docket Design
Bio: LAI, ANNIE , Cal., Irvine.

Robert Edward Lancaster (Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center)
Session: Curricular Reform - Preserving the Integrity of Experiential Learning Curriculum Reform Track
Bio: LANCASTER, ROBERT EDWARD (M) Dir., Clin. Legal Educ. & Singletary Prof. of Prac., LSU. b.1966. Philosophy, 1989, Millsaps Coll.; JD, 1993, Tulane. Admitted: IN, 1993; CT, 1998; LA, 2009. Dep. Public Defender, Public Defender of Indiana, Indianapolis, IN, 1993-1997; Robert M. Cover Tchg. Fel., Yale, New Haven, CT, 1997-2000; Prac.-in-Res., American, Washington, DC, 2000-2001; Clin. Prof., Ind. Indpls., 2001 - 2008. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Family Law (S). Books & Awards: Dean's Fellow, 2004-, 5. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; SALT (Bd. of Gov'rs). Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Access to Justice Committee, LA Bar Assoc., since 2008; Bd. Mem., Baton Rouge Bar Pro Bono Committee, since 2008; Bd. Mem., Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Louisiana Chptr, since 2011.

Jamie Langowski (Suffolk University Law School)
Inga N. Laurent (Gonzaga University School of Law)
Session: Engaging Field Placement Attorneys: Building a Community of Mindful Supervisors
Bio: LAURENT, INGA (F) Ass't Prof. & Externship Prog. Dir., Gonzaga. b.1980. JD, 2005, Gonzaga. Editor, Clev. St. L. Rev. Admitted: OH, 2005. Ass't Professor and Director of the Externship Prog., Gonzaga Law, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Externship Seminar (S).

Julie D. Lawton (DePaul University College of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: LAWTON, JULIE D. Clin. Ass't Prof., DePaul.

Donna H. Lee (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Just Do It? Whether to Incorporate Social Justice Theory in Every Clinical Experience and If So, How
Bio: LEE, DONNA H. (F) Professor, CUNY at Queens. BA, 1986, Brown Univ.; JD, 1991, New York Univ. Arts. Ed., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1992; NJ, 1992. Clerk, Hon. Anne E. Thompson U.S.D.J. Trenton NJ, 1991-1993; Clerk, Hon. Richard L. Nygaard U.S.C.J. Erie PA, 1993-1994; Staff Att'y, Civil App. & Law Reform Unit Legal Aid Soc. NYC, 1994-1997; Staff Counsel, Nat'l Prison Proj. ACLU DC, 1997-2000; Lawyering Instr., New York Univ., 2000-2001; Acting Ass't Prof., 2001-2002; Clin. Instr., Bklyn. Law Sch., 2002-2004; Assoc. Prof., CUNY at Queens, 2004 - 2011. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Law and Family Relations; Lawyering Seminar (S); Prisoners' Rights Seminar (S).

Jaime Alison Lee (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Creating, Adapting and Assessing Clinical Experiences
Bio: LEE, JAIME Ass't Prof., Baltimore.

Patricia Hureston Lee (West Virginia University College of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: LEE, PATRICIA HURESTON (F) Vis. Ass't Prof. and Director, Entrepreneurship Law Clinic, W. Va. Uni. BA, 1979, Northwestern; JD, 1982, Northwestern. Admitted: IL, 1982; DC, 2003; WV, 2011. Vis. Assistant Professor and Dir., West Virginia Univ. Coll. of Law, 2010 - Pres; Vis. Associate Professor and Dir., West Virginia Univ. Coll. of Law, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Counseling, Negotiation and Litigation (S); Debtor Creditor Law; Entrepreneurial Advocacy (S); Entrepreneurship Law Clinic. Member: Ass'n for Law, Prop. & Soc.; Am. Const. Soc.; Ass'n of Am. Law Schools Sect. on Transactional Law; Acad. for Law and Bus. Consultantships: Parliamentarian, West Virginia University Faculty Senate, since 2011.

Romy Lerner (University of Miami School of Law)
Degna Levister (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: LEVISTER, DEGNA Instructor, CUNY at Queens. AA, 1982, St. Vincent's Med. Cntr. Sch. of Nursing; BA, 1988, SUNY at Stonybrook; JD, 1992, Brooklyn. Admitted: NY, 1993. Proj. Dir., Urban Just. Cntr. Homelessness Outreach & Preven. Proj., NYC, Pres; Staff Att'y, Assoc. Appellate Coun. The Legal Aid Soc., 1992-2000. Subjects: Elder Law Clinic/ Economic Justice Project (S); Health Law Concentration (S); Lawyering/ Pipeline to Justice (S). Member: Am. Soc. of Law, Med. & Ethics; NYS Nurse's Ass'n; CLEA.

Degna Levister (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Rounds as a Tool for Becoming A Better Clinician and Promoting Community
Bio: LEVISTER, DEGNA Instructor, CUNY at Queens. AA, 1982, St. Vincent's Med. Cntr. Sch. of Nursing; BA, 1988, SUNY at Stonybrook; JD, 1992, Brooklyn. Admitted: NY, 1993. Proj. Dir., Urban Just. Cntr. Homelessness Outreach & Preven. Proj., NYC, Pres; Staff Att'y, Assoc. Appellate Coun. The Legal Aid Soc., 1992-2000. Subjects: Elder Law Clinic/ Economic Justice Project (S); Health Law Concentration (S); Lawyering/ Pipeline to Justice (S). Member: Am. Soc. of Law, Med. & Ethics; NYS Nurse's Ass'n; CLEA.

Nancy Levit (University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law)
Session: Opening Plenary Session – The Pursuit of Happiness
Bio: LEVIT, NANCY (F) Curators' & Edward D. Ellison Prof., Mo.-Kan. City. b.1958. BA, 1980, Bates Coll.; JD, 1984, Kansas. Note & Comment Ed., U. Kan. L. Rev. Admitted: KS, 1984. Clerk, Hon. Frank G. Theis U.S.D.C. D. KS, 1984-1987; Assoc., Stinson Mag & Fizzell Kan. City KS, 1987-1988; Vis. Ass't Prof., Mo.-Kan. City, 1988-1990; Ass't Prof., 1990-1993; Assoc. Prof., 1993-1998; Prof., Since 1998. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Criminal Law; Defamation & Privacy; Employment Discrimination; Jurisprudence; Torts; Women & the Law (S). Books & Awards: Jurisprudence: Contemporary Readings, Problems and Narratives (with R. Hayman), 1994; The Gender Line: Men, Women, and the Law, 1998; N.T. Veatch Award for Dist. Res. & Creative Activity, 2000; Jurisprudence-Classical to Contemporary: From Natural Law to Postmodernism (with R. Hayman & R. Delgado), 2002; MO Gov'r's Award for Excellence in Tchg., 2004; Feminist Legal Theory: A Primer (with R. Verchick), 2006; The Happy Lawyer: Making a Good Life in the Law (with D. Linder), 2010. 2011, UMKC Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching; 2009, Curators Professorship; Edward D. Ellison Professorship.Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi.; Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Ass't Spec. Master, U.S.D.C., W.D. MO on NFO v. Alexander, 1990-92; Ed'l Assoc., Journal of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, since 1994.

Theodor S. Liebmann (Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University)
Session: Pop-up Clinics: Going Back to Our Roots to Enhance our Clinical Teaching
Bio: LIEBMANN, THEODOR S. (M) Clin. Prof. of Law and Mng. Att'y of the Community Legal Assist. Corp., Hofstra. b.1968. BA, 1990, Yale; JD, 1995, Georgetown. G'town J. on Fighting Poverty. Admitted: NY, 1996. Human Rts. Spec., NYC Comm. on Human Rts. NYC, 1995-1997; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. Juv. Rts. Div. NYC, 1997-1999; Clin. Prof., Hofstra, Since 1999; Assoc. Dir., Cntr. for Children Families & the Law Hempstead NY, Since 2003; Dir. of Clinical Programs, Hofstra Univ., 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Family Law (S); Lawyers' Ethics; Trial Advocacy.

Jessica Long (University of Idaho College of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: LONG, JESSICA , Idaho.

Anthony J. Luppino (University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law)
Session: Curricular Reform – Understanding the Goals and Process of Curricular Reform
Bio: LUPPINO, ANTHONY J. (M) Prof. and Director, Tax Prog., Mo.-Kan. City. b.1957. AB, 1979, Dartmouth Coll.; JD, 1982, Stanford; LLM, 1986, Boston Univ. Assoc. Ed., Stan. L. Rev.; Lead Arts. Ed., B.U. J. of Tax L. Admitted: MA, 1982; KS, 1986; MO, 1990. Assoc., Herrick & Smith Boston, 1982-1986; Assoc., Brown Koralchik & Fingersh Overland Park KS, 1986-1987; Part./Mem., 1988-1989; Part./Mem., Lewis Rice & Fingersh L.C. Overland Park KS & Kansas City MO, 1989-2001; Assoc. Prof., Mo.-Kan. City, Since 2001. Subjects: Business Planning; Entrepreneurial Lawyering: Solo & Small Firm Practice; Entrepreneurial Legal Services Clinic; Entrepreneurship & New Venture Creation; Partnership Taxation; Securities Regulation. Books & Awards: Pierson Award, Excellence in Tchg, 2004; Tchr. of the Yr., 2005. Consultantships: Dir., UMKC Grad. Tax Law Fdn., since 1999.

Mary A. Lynch (Albany Law School)
Session: Pedagogy - Fostering Deep Learning in Clinical Law Students
Bio: LYNCH, MARY A. (F) Clin. Professor; Director, Cntr. for Tchg. Excellence; Director, Domestic Violence Prosecution Hybrid Clinic, Albany. b.1960. BA, 1982, New York Univ.; JD, 1985, Harvard. Admitted: NY, 1986. Ass't D.A., NY Cty., 1985-1989; Clin. Instr., Albany, 1989-1990; Clin. Ass't Prof., 1990-1993; Clin. Assoc. Prof., 1993-1996; Clin. Prof., Since 1996. Subjects: Domestic Violence (S); Domestic Violence Prosecution Clinic; Trial Practice.

Mary A. Lynch (Albany Law School)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: LYNCH, MARY A. (F) Clin. Professor; Director, Cntr. for Tchg. Excellence; Director, Domestic Violence Prosecution Hybrid Clinic, Albany. b.1960. BA, 1982, New York Univ.; JD, 1985, Harvard. Admitted: NY, 1986. Ass't D.A., NY Cty., 1985-1989; Clin. Instr., Albany, 1989-1990; Clin. Ass't Prof., 1990-1993; Clin. Assoc. Prof., 1993-1996; Clin. Prof., Since 1996. Subjects: Domestic Violence (S); Domestic Violence Prosecution Clinic; Trial Practice.

Elizabeth L. MacDowell (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: MACDOWELL, ELIZABETH L. Assoc. Prof., Nevada, Las Vegas. JD, 1999, UC, Berkeley. Recent Developments Editor, Berkeley Woman's Law Jour. Admitted: CA, 1999. Subjects: Advanced Family Law (S); California Community Property Law; Civil Procedure/ADR I; Family Justice Clinic. Consultantships: Ed'l Bd. Mem., Journal of Child Custody, since 2008; Exec. Member, Domestic Violence Com., American Bar Association, since 2009.

Dana Malkus (Saint Louis University School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: MALKUS, DANA (F) Ass't Clin. Prof. of Law, St. Louis. BA, 2000, Indiana Univ.; JD, 2004, St. Louis. Mng. Editor, St. Louis Univ. L.J. Admitted: MO, 2004. Law Clerk, E. Richard Webber, U.S. Dist. Ct. for the Eastern Dist. of Missouri, St. Louis, MO, 2004 - 2006; Assoc. Att'y, Lewis, Rice & Fingersh, LC, St. Louis, MO, 2006 - 2009; Ass't Clinical Professor of Law, St. Louis Univ., 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Community & Economic Development Clinic; Transactional Drafting. Books & Awards: 2004, Order of the Woolsack; 2002, Excellence Award.Member: Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n; Urban Land Inst.

Naomi Mann (Boston College Law School)
Deborah A. Maranville (University of Washington School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: MARANVILLE, DEBORAH A. (F) Prof. & Dir., Clin. Law Progs., Wash., Seattle. b.1949. BA, 1972, Stanford; JD, 1975, Harvard. Admitted: WA, 1975. Staff Att'y, Seattle Legal Servs. WA, 1975-1976; Staff Att'y, Evergreen Legal Servs. Seattle, 1977-1982; Ass't Prof., Puget Sound, 1982-1985; Lect., Wash. Seattle, 1989-1996; Ass't Prof., 1996-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1998-2003; Prof., Since 2003; Director, Clinical Law Prog., Univ. of Washington, 2006 - Pres. Subjects: Administrative Law; Civil Procedure; Clinical Legal Education; Women & the Law (S). Books & Awards: Seattle Univ. Skills Dev. Series: Admin. Law, 1997. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.

Fatma Marouf (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Clinic as a Partner in the Administration of Justice: Case Study of an Immigration Clinic and a Public Defender
Bio: MAROUF, FATMA Assoc. Prof., Nevada, Las Vegas.

Tanya D. Marsh (Wake Forest University School of Law)
Session: Infusing the 1L Curriculum with Experiential Learning and Clinical Pedagogy
Bio: MARSH, TANYA D. (F) Ass't Prof., Wake Forest. b.1972. BA, 1994, Indiana Univ.; JD, 2000, Harvard. Admitted: IN, 2001. Subjects: Property; Real Estate Transactions.

Lisa Martin (The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law)
Session: Teaching the "I"in Community
Bio: MARTIN, LISA (F) Clin. Assoc. Prof., Cath. Uni. BA, 2000, Wm. & Mary; JD, 2003, Georgetown. Admitted: VA, 2003; DC, 2004. Associate, Arent Fox PLLC, Washington, DC, 2003 - 2005; Adj. Prof., George Washington Univ. Law Sch., 2004 - 2006; Policy Att'y, Women Empowered Against Violence (WEAVE), Washington, DC, 2005 - 2006; Mgr. and Staff Attorney, Teen Dating Violence Prog., Women Empowered Against Violence (WEAVE), Washington, DC, 2006 - 2007; Clin. Assoc. , The Catholic Univ. of America, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Families and the Law Clinic. Consultantships: Co-Chair and Mem., Steering Committe, Family Law Section, D.C. Bar, since 2009; Mem., D.C. Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board, since 2009; Mem., D.C. Family Court Rules Advisory Committee, since 2011.

Lisa Martin (The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: MARTIN, LISA (F) Clin. Assoc. Prof., Cath. Uni. BA, 2000, Wm. & Mary; JD, 2003, Georgetown. Admitted: VA, 2003; DC, 2004. Associate, Arent Fox PLLC, Washington, DC, 2003 - 2005; Adj. Prof., George Washington Univ. Law Sch., 2004 - 2006; Policy Att'y, Women Empowered Against Violence (WEAVE), Washington, DC, 2005 - 2006; Mgr. and Staff Attorney, Teen Dating Violence Prog., Women Empowered Against Violence (WEAVE), Washington, DC, 2006 - 2007; Clin. Assoc. , The Catholic Univ. of America, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Families and the Law Clinic. Consultantships: Co-Chair and Mem., Steering Committe, Family Law Section, D.C. Bar, since 2009; Mem., D.C. Domestic Violence Fatality Review Board, since 2009; Mem., D.C. Family Court Rules Advisory Committee, since 2011.

Javier Martinez (University of New Mexico School of Law)
Session: Community Engagement, Mindfulness, and Cross-Racial Coalition Building

Serge Martinez (Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University)
Session: Pop-up Clinics: Going Back to Our Roots to Enhance our Clinical Teaching
Bio: MARTINEZ, SERGE Clin. Prof., Hofstra. BA, 1994, Brigham Young Univ.; JD, 1999, Yale. Admitted: NY, 2001. Subjects: Community and Economic Development; Housing & Community Development (S); Practical LGBT Lawyering.

Julie Marzouk (Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law)
Session: The Law School Clinician as Part of and a Partner with the Community

Nancy M. Maurer (Albany Law School)
Session: The Role of Clinicians and Clinical Insights in Law School Curriculum Reform and Experiential Education Initiatives
Bio: MAURER, NANCY M. (F) Clin. Prof. of Law, Dir. of the Field Plmt. Clinic, Albany. b.1953. BA, 1975, Middlebury Coll.; JD, 1978, Geo. Wash. Admitted: SC, 1979; NY, 1979. Att'y, Neighborhood Legal Assist. Prog. Charleston SC, 1978-1981; Ass't Counsel, NY St. Comm. on Quality of Care Albany, 1981-1983; Clin. Instr., Albany, 1983-1991; Clin. Ass't Prof., 1991-1993; Dir., Clin. Legal Studies, 1991-1993; Clin. Assoc. Prof., 1993-1996; Clin. Prof., Since 1996; Co-Director Law Clinic & Justice Cntr., 2004 - 2009. Subjects: Disability Law (S); Field Placement Clinic; Legal Issues in Medicine (S); Negotiating for Lawyers; Trial Practice (pre-trial). Consultantships: Com. on Issues Affecting People with Disabilities, NYS Bar Ass'n, since 1982, Co-Chair, 1986-90; Chair, Bd. of Dirs., Disability Advocates, Inc., since 1987; Bd. of Dirs., Capital Dist. Women's Bar Ass'n, 1992-97.

Andrea McArdle (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Clinicians as Curricular Change Agents: Incorporating Experiential Learning Across the Curriculum in a Time of “Reform”
Bio: MCARDLE, ANDREA LORETTA (F) Prof. , CUNY at Queens. b.1953. BA, 1975, Fordham; JD, 1978, New York Univ; LLM, 1988, Columbia; MA, 1995, Columbia.; PHD, 2010, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1979. Assoc., Levitt & Levy Mt. Vernon NY, 1979-1980; Counsel, Mt. Vernon Urban Renewal Agency Mt. Vernon NY, 1980-1983; Priv. Prac., Self Mt. Vernon NY, 1980-1983; Ass't Cty. Att'y, Westchester Cty. Dep't of Law White Plains NY, 1983-1986; Adj. Ass't Prof., Iona Coll. New Rochelle NY, 1985-1987; Adj. Ass't Prof., Pace, 1986; Sr. Ass't Cty. Att'y, Westchester Cty. Dep't of Law White Plains NY, 1986-1987; Res. Instr., New York Univ., 1988-1992; Acting Ass't Prof., Clin. Law (F/T appt.), 1992-1994; Fac. Coord'r/Sr. Instr., The Lawyering Prog., 1994-2000; Coord'r, Lawyering Theory Workshop, 2000-2001; Assoc. Prof., 2001-2006; Dir., Legal Writing CUNY at Queens, Since 2001; Assoc. Prof., CUNY Sch. of Law, 2001 - Pres; Professor, CUNY Sch. of Law, 2006 - Pres. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Land Use and Community Lawyering (S); Law Review (S); Lawyering Seminar (S); Writing from a Judicial Perspective (S). Books & Awards: Zero Tolerance: Quality of Life and the New Police Brutality in NYC (with Erzen), 2001; Unif. Behavior: Police Localism & National Politics (with McGoldrick), 2006. Member: Order of the Coif.

Susan Woods McGraugh (Saint Louis University School of Law)
Session: Who Are The People in Your Neighborhood? Balancing The Interests of Clients, Courts and Community Agencies
Bio: MC GRAUGH, SUSAN WOODS (F) Assoc. Clin. Prof. of Law, St. Louis. b.1963. BA, 1985, Drake; JD, 1988, Wash., St. Louis. J. Urb. & Contemp. L. Admitted: MO, 1988; IL, 1989. Ass't Clin. Prof., St. Louis, Since 2003. Subjects: Criminal Defense Clinic; Death Penalty (S); Juvenile Law; Trial Advocacy.

Kim McLaurin (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: MCLAURIN, KIM Assoc. Clin. Prof., Suffolk.

Elliott S. Milstein (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Workshop for New Law School Clinical Teachers - Skills and Values of Clinical Legal Education: What Do We Teach and How Do We Evaluate Our Students?
Bio: MILSTEIN, ELLIOTT S. (M) Prof., American. b.1944. BA, 1966, Univ. of Hartford; JD, 1969, Connecticut; LLM, 1971, Yale; LLD, 1997, Univ. of Hartford; LLD, 2001, Nova Southeastern. Admitted: CT, 1969; DC, 1973. Lect. & Co-Dir., Legal Clinic Connecticut, 1969-1970; Sr. Staff Att'y, New Haven Legal Assist. Ass'n Inc., 1971-1972; Ass't Prof., American, 1972-1974; Dir., Clin. Progs., 1972-1988; Assoc. Prof., 1974-1976; Acting Assoc. Dean, Fac. Affrs., 1977-1978; Prof., Since 1977; Co-Dir., Nat'l Veterans Law Cntr., 1978-1984; Interim Dean, American, 1988-1990; Dean, 1990-1993; Interim Pres., 1993-1994; Dean, 1994-1995; Vis. Prof., New York L.S., 2007. Subjects: Alternate Dispute Resolution (S); Clinical Teaching (S); Criminal Law; International Human Rights (S); Legal Profession; Office Practice (S). Books & Awards: 1992, William Pincus Award for Outstanding Contributions to Clin. Ed.; 2006, The Lever Award from DC Law Students in Court.Member: AALS (Chair, Sec. on Clin. Educ., 1982, Chair, Com. on Clin. Educ., 1993-94, Exec. Com., 1996-01, Pres., 2000); AALS (Parliamentarian, 2003-2010). Consultantships: Fac., AALS Clin. Tchrs.' Conf., 1978-81, 1983-84, 1986, 1988, Chair 1998-99, Co-Chair 2011, since 1992; Multi St. Perf. Test Com., Nat'l Conf. of Bar Exam'rs, 1996-04; Performance Test Consult., St. Bar of CA, 2004-11.

Elliott S. Milstein (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: How the Seminar Contributes to Learning in Clinical Courses: Using Learning Theory and Lawyering Theory to Improve Teaching the Seminar Component
Bio: MILSTEIN, ELLIOTT S. (M) Prof., American. b.1944. BA, 1966, Univ. of Hartford; JD, 1969, Connecticut; LLM, 1971, Yale; LLD, 1997, Univ. of Hartford; LLD, 2001, Nova Southeastern. Admitted: CT, 1969; DC, 1973. Lect. & Co-Dir., Legal Clinic Connecticut, 1969-1970; Sr. Staff Att'y, New Haven Legal Assist. Ass'n Inc., 1971-1972; Ass't Prof., American, 1972-1974; Dir., Clin. Progs., 1972-1988; Assoc. Prof., 1974-1976; Acting Assoc. Dean, Fac. Affrs., 1977-1978; Prof., Since 1977; Co-Dir., Nat'l Veterans Law Cntr., 1978-1984; Interim Dean, American, 1988-1990; Dean, 1990-1993; Interim Pres., 1993-1994; Dean, 1994-1995; Vis. Prof., New York L.S., 2007. Subjects: Alternate Dispute Resolution (S); Clinical Teaching (S); Criminal Law; International Human Rights (S); Legal Profession; Office Practice (S). Books & Awards: 1992, William Pincus Award for Outstanding Contributions to Clin. Ed.; 2006, The Lever Award from DC Law Students in Court.Member: AALS (Chair, Sec. on Clin. Educ., 1982, Chair, Com. on Clin. Educ., 1993-94, Exec. Com., 1996-01, Pres., 2000); AALS (Parliamentarian, 2003-2010). Consultantships: Fac., AALS Clin. Tchrs.' Conf., 1978-81, 1983-84, 1986, 1988, Chair 1998-99, Co-Chair 2011, since 1992; Multi St. Perf. Test Com., Nat'l Conf. of Bar Exam'rs, 1996-04; Performance Test Consult., St. Bar of CA, 2004-11.

Sherizaan Minwalla (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Teaching the "I"in Community
Bio: MYERS, AMY Practitioner-in-Residence, American. Subjects: Domestic Violence Clinic; Family Law Theory and Policy (S).

Wallace J. Mlyniec (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Learning Theory and Pedagogy: Designing Successful Clinic Seminar Classes
Bio: MLYNIEC, WALLACE J. Lupo Ricci Prof. of Clin. Legal Studies & Dir., Juv. Just. Clinic., Georgetown. b.1945. BS, 1967, Northwestern; JD, 1970, Georgetown. Admitted: AK, 1970; DC, 1971. Ass't Campaign Coord'r, Josephson/U.S. Sen. Anch. AK, 1971; Admin., Emerg. Bail Fund DC, 1971-1973; Exec. Dir., ABA Stds. Proj. DC, 1971-1973; Clinic Dir., Georgetown, Since 1973; Prof., Since 1983; Assoc. Dean, 1989-2005. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Criminal Law; Domestic Relations; Juvenile Law. Books & Awards: ABA Stands. Comp. Analysis, 1973; N.A.C. Stands. for the Adm. of Juv. Justice (with Van Duizend & Foster), 1980; Juv. Prac. Manual, 1974, (rev'd, 1982; Juv. Law and Tactics in the Dist. of Columbia (with Copacino), 1989; Construc. Notes; Transforming a Campus in Washington D.C., 2005. 1996, AALS William Pincus Award; 2006, AALS Robert F. Drinan Award.Member: Swedish Bicent'l Fellowship (1985). Consultantships: Consult., Com. Ser. Div., San Jose St. Univ., 1977-80; Mem., Nat'l Adv'y Comm. on Juv. Just., 1978-81; Consult., Nat'l Res. Cntr. for Child Protec.-Curric. Dev., ABA, 1986-89.

L. Patricia Mock (Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: MOCK, L. PATRICIA (F) Assoc. Prof., Cooley.

James E. Moliterno (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: Curricular Reform – Understanding the Goals and Process of Curricular Reform
Bio: MOLITERNO, JAMES E. (M) Vincent L. Bradford Prof., Wash. & Lee. b.1953. BS, 1977, Youngstown St. Univ.; JD, 1980, Akron. Akron L. Rev. Admitted: OH, 1980; WV, 1980. Staff Att'y & Prison Proj. Coord'r, WV Legal Servs. Plan Inc. Wheeling, 1980-1982; Instr. & Adj. Prof., Puget Sound, 1982-1985; Lect., W. Va. Univ., 1985-1986; Dir., Legal Writing, 1986-1987; Ass't Prof., Texas Tech., 1987-1988; Dir., Legal Skills Prog., 1988 - 2009; Ass't Prof., Wm. & Mary, 1988-1991; Assoc. Prof., 1991-1993; Prof., 1993 - 2009; Dir., Cntr. for Tchg. of Legal Ethics, 1995-1999; V. Dean, 1997-2000; Dir., Clin. Educ., 2002 - 2008; Vincent Bradford Professor of Law, Washington & Lee Univ., 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Civil Procedure; Clinical Teaching; Evidence; Introduction to Law; Legal Profession; Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Books & Awards: Ethics of the Lawyer's Work, 2d ed., 2003; Global Issues in Legal Ethics (with G. Harris), 2008; Cases and Materials on the Law Governing Lawyers, 3d ed., 2008; Introduction to Law, Law Study, and the Lawyer's Role (with F. Lederer), 3d ed., 2010; Prof'l Responsibility, 3d Ed., 2010. Member: ALI. Consultantships: Legal Educ. Consult., Serbia Rule of Law Proj., Kosove Judicial Education Project, NCSC, since 2004; Legal Educ. Consult., Chemonics, Indonesia C4J Project, since 2010; Legal Ethics Consult., East West Management Institute, JILEP, Republic of Georgia, since 2011.

David A. Moran (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: Shaken Baby Syndrome: A Model for Cross-Fertilization
Bio: MORAN, DAVID A. (M) Clin. Prof., Michigan. b.1963. Physics, 1984, Univ. of Michigan; BA, 1986, Cambridge; Cert. of Advanced Study & MA in Mathematics, 1986, Cambridge Univ.; Master of Sci. in Theoretical Physics, 1988, Cornell Univ.; Juris Doctor, 1991, Michigan. Admitted: MI, 1991. Clerk, Hon. Ralph B. Guy Jr. U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. Ann Arbor MI, 1991-1992; Ass't Defender, St. Appellate Defender Off. Detroit, 1992-2000; Ass't Prof., Wayne St., 2000-2006; Assoc. Prof., Wayne St. Univ. Law Sch., 2006 - 2008; Clin. Prof., Univ. of Michigan Law Sch., 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Criminal Appellate Practice; Criminal Justice; Criminal Justice (S); Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure I; Criminal Procedure II; Evidence; Michigan Innocence Clinic. Books & Awards: Defender Habeas Bk. (with Neville), 2002. 2003, President's Award for Excellence in Teaching; 2003, Donald H. Gordon Teaching Award.Member: COIF. Consultantships: Rep. Assemblyperson, MI St. Bar, 1996-00; Bd. of Dirs., MI Innocence Proj., since 2000.

Perry Moriearty (University of Minnesota Law School)
Session: Using Case Rounds to Teach Professional Identity
Bio: MORIEARTY, PERRY Assoc. Prof., Clin. Instr., Minnesota.

Angela Morrison (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Clinic as a Partner in the Administration of Justice: Case Study of an Immigration Clinic and a Public Defender
Bio: MORRISON, ANGELA Legal Director, Nevada Immigrant Resource Proj., Nevada, Las Vegas.

Linda H. Morton (California Western School of Law)
Session: Pedagogy - Fostering Deep Learning in Clinical Law Students
Bio: MORTON, LINDA H. (F) Prof., Cal. Western. b.1953. AB, 1977, Princeton; JD, 1981, Northeastern. Admitted: MA, 1982; CA, 1989. Att'y, Self Boston, 1982-1983; Assoc. Att'y, Barry P. Wilson Boston, 1983-1986; Lect., Univ. of Florida, 1986-1989; Assoc. Prof., Cal. Western, 1989-1996; Prof., Since 1996; Dir. of Clinical Internship Program. (intermittent - 4 yrs. total), California Western Sch. of Law , 1997-1998. Subjects: Advanced Mediation; Externship (S); Problem Solving & Prevention in Health Care. Books & Awards: 2011, AALS Father Robert Drinan Award .Member: AALS Clin. Sect. ; Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n.

David R. Moss (Wayne State University Law School)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: MOSS, DAVID R. (M) Dir., Clin. Educ & Ass't Clin. Prof., Wayne State. b.1960. BA, 1982, Swarthmore Coll.; JD, 1985, Columbia. Colum. L. Rev. Admitted: MN, 1986; MI, 2003. Staff Att'y, Statewide Youth Advocacy Rochester NY, 1985-1987; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of Mpls. MN Disability Law Cntr., 1987-1990; Solo Practitioner, Mpls., 1990-1991; Mng. Att'y & Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of Mpls. MN Disability Law Cntr., 1991-1993; Instr., Legal Res. & Writing & Adj. Prof. Hamline, 1993-1995; Vis. Ass't Prof., Western New England, 1995-1998; Ass't Dir., Clin. Educ. & Ass't Clin. Prof. Wayne St., 1998-2007; Dir., Clin. Educ., Since 2007. Subjects: Disability Law; Disability Law Clinic; Internships; Trial Advocacy Law.

Jane C. Murphy (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: MURPHY, JANE C. (F) Prof., Baltimore. BA, 1975, Boston Coll.; JD, 1978, New York Univ. Ed'l Board, Family Ct. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1979; DC, 1981; MD, 1984. Off. of the Sol., Fed. Energy Comm. DC, 1978-1981; Mng. Att'y, Community Law Off. DC, 1981-1983; Assoc., Rody & Polowy Balt., 1984-1987; Instr., Legal Res. & Writing Georgetown, 1987-1988; Ass't Prof., Baltimore, 1988-1993; Assoc. Prof., 1993-1999; Prof., Since 1999. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Family Law; Family Mediation Clinic; Family Mediation Practice & Theory (S). Books & Awards: Increasing Access to Justice for Maryland's Families (with Babb), 1992; Resolving Family Conflicts (with Singer) , 2008; Family Mediation: Theory and Prac. (with Rubinson), 2009. Member: AALS (Chair, Sect. on Fam. & Juv. Law, 2001); Am. Bar Fdn. (Fellow). Consultantships: Proj. Dir., Att'y Gen'ls Adv'y Coun. on Family Law, since 1990; Consult., Ct. of App. Comm. on Family Ct., since 1993; Appointee, Att'y Gen./Lt. Gov'r Domestic Violence Comm., since 1998.

Natalie Nanasi (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Identity, Expertise, and Evolution: Challenges and Rewards in Cross-Clinic Collaboration
Bio: NANASI, NATALIE , American.

Jyoti Nanda (University of California, Los Angeles School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: NANDA, JYOTI Lect., U.C.L.. BA, 1995, Cal., Berkeley; JD, 2001, Northwestern.

Michele Nethercott (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: NETHERCOTT, MICHELE, Baltimore.

Laura Nirider (Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law)
Uzoamaka E. Nzelibe (Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: NZELIBE, UZOAMAKA E. (F) Clin. Ass't Prof., Children & Family Just. Cntr., Northwestern. BS, 1996, Northwestern; JD, 1999, New York Univ. J. of Int'l L. & Pol. Admitted: NY, 2000; DC, 2001; IL, 2005. Clin. Ass't Prof., Children & Family Just. Cntr., Since 2006. Subjects: Immigration Clinic.

Kimberly E. O'Leary (Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: O'LEARY, KIMBERLY E. (F) Prof., Cooley. b.1958. BA, 1979, Oberlin Coll.; JD, 1982, Northeastern. Admitted: IN, 1982; OH, 1994; MI, 2000. Assoc., Virginia O'Leary Law Off. Oakland City IN, 1982-1984; Staff Att'y & Sr. Att'y, Legal Servs. Org. of IN Indpls. & Anderson, 1985-1988; Ass't Prof. & Clinic Supv'r, Ind. Indpls., 1988-1993; Ass't Prof., Dayton, 1993-1997; Dir., Clin. Progs., 1993-2000; Assoc. Prof., 1997-2000; Assoc. Prof., Cooley, 2000-2003; Professor, Thomas M. Cooley Law Sch., 2003 - Pres; Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Emerging Issues in Elder Law (S); Interviewing & Counseling; Sixty Plus Elderlaw Clinic. Member: SALT.; CLE Ass'n. Consultantships: Exec. Com., Poverty Law Sect., AALS, 1996-98; Exec. Com., Clin. Legal Educ. Sect., AALS, 1996-00, Chair, 1999, Nwsltr. Ed., 2001-10; Bd. of Editors, Clinical Law Review, 2003-09.

Kelly Browe Olson (University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law)
Session: Creating, Adapting and Assessing Clinical Experiences
Bio: OLSON, KELLY BROWE (F) Dir., Clin. Legal Educ. & Assoc. Prof., Ark., Little Rock. b.1967. BA, 1989, Marquette; JD, 1992, Michigan; LLM, 1997, Loyola, Chgo. Sr. Ed., Children Legal Rts. J. (Loyola). Admitted: IL, 1992; AR, 2003. Gen. Counsel, Hilltop Communications Evanston IL, 1992-1995; Childlaw Fellowship, Loyola Chgo., 1995-1996; Lect., 1996-1999; Adj. Prof., 1999-2001; Med'r Prog. Consult., IL Dep't of Children & Fam. Servs. Off. of Inspector Gen. Chgo., 1999-2001; Vis. Prof. & Dir., Med. Clinic Ark. Little Rock, 2001-2003; Dir. of Clin. Progs. & Associate Prof. , Univ. of Arkansas at Little Rock, Since 2003. Subjects: Family Law; Family Mediation Seminar (S); Mediation Clinic; Mediation Seminar (S). Books & Awards: 2005, Public Service Award .Member: AALS Sect. of Dispute Resolu.; ABA Sect. of Dispute Resolu. Educ. Com.; Ass'n of Fam. & Conc. Cts.

J. Damian Ortiz (UIC John Marshall Law School )
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: ORTIZ, J. DAMIAN Clin. Prof., John Marshall. JD, 1997, John Marshall; LLM, 2003, John Marshall. Admitted: IL, 1997; IL, 1997. Subjects: Fair Housing & Fair Lending, Legal Writing & Adm Law; Fair Housing/Fair Lending. Member: Bd. Mem., Public Interest Law Inst..; Am. Ass'n for Just. Consultantships: Jud. Eval. Com., Chgo. Bar Ass'n, since 2007; ISBA Assembly, ISBA, 2010-13.

Calvin Pang (University of Hawaii, William S. Richardson School of Law)
Session: Opening Plenary Session – The Pursuit of Happiness
Bio: PANG, CALVIN (M) Assoc. Prof., Hawaii. b.1954. BS, 1976, Case Western Res.; MPH, 1981, Hawaii; JD, 1985, Hawaii. Admitted: HI, 1985. Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of HI, 1985-1989; Legal Staff, Poverty Law Cntr. of Orange Cty. CA, 1990-1991; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of HI, 1991; Staff Att'y, Elder Law Proj. Hawaii, 1991-1994; Ass't Prof., 1994-2000; Assoc. Prof., Since 2000. Subjects: Clinic; Family Law; Legal Practice (S). Consultantships: Exec. Com., AALS Section of Balance, since 2009; Pres. Bd. of Dirs., Legal Aid Soc. of HI, since 2011; Co-Vice Chair, Hawaii Committee on Barriers to Access to Justice, since 2011.

Lynnise E. Phillips Pantin (New York Law School)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: PANTIN, LYNNISE E. Assoc. Prof., NYLS.

Reena Elizabeth Parambath (Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law)
Session: Curricular Reform - Preserving the Integrity of Experiential Learning Curriculum Reform Track
Bio: PARAMBATH, REENA ELIZABETH Dir. of the Co-op Prog. and Assoc. Tchg. Prof., Drexel. BA, 1988, University of Pennsylvania; JD, 1991, Temple. Admitted: PA, 1991; NJ, 1991. Ass't City Sol., City of Phila. Law Dep., Philadelphia, PA, 1991 - 1999; Associate, Rawle & Henderson LLP, Philadelphia, PA, 1999 - 2001; Partner, Rawle & Henderson LLP, Philadelphia, PA, 2002 - 2006; Adj. Prof., Widener Univ. Sch. of Law, 2006 - 2007; Contract Attorney at Law and Professional Writer, Mosaic Partners, LLC, Wayne, PA, 2006 - 2007; Dir. of Co-op Program & Associate Teaching Prof., Drexel University, Earle Mack Sch. of Law, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Lawyering Practice (S); Legal Methods; Litigation Drafting.

Lynette Parker (Santa Clara University School of Law)
Session: Motivating Self-Care: Moving from "Good Ideas" to "Good Practices"
Bio: PARKER, LYNETTE (F) Clin. Supv'g Atty., Santa Clara. b.1960. JD, 1986, UC, Hastings; MCP, 1986, Cal., Berkeley. Admitted: CA, 1986. Staff Att'y., Int'l. Inst. of the East Bay Oakland, 1990-2000; Clin. Sup. Att'y., Santa Clara, Since 2000. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Immigration Law.

Jason Parkin (Pace University Elisabeth Haub School of Law)
Session: Defining the Agenda Together: Engaging Community Stakeholders in Clinic Intake and Docket Design
Bio: PARKIN, JASON (M) Robert M. Cover Clin. Tchg. Fel., Pace. b.1977. BA, 1999, University of Pennsylvania; JD, 2004, Columbia. Articles Editor, Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 2005; CT, 2010. Law Clerk, Hon. Robert P. Patterson, Jr. (S.D.N.Y.), 2004 - 2005; Law Clerk, Hon. Julio M. Fuentes (3d Cir.), 2005 - 2006; Orrick Fellow, Senior Staff Att'y, New York Legal Assist. Grp., New York, NY, 2006 - 2010; Robert M. Cover Clinical Teaching Fel., Yale Law Sch., 2010 - 2012.

Brent Pattison (Drake University Law School)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: PATTISON, BRENT Ass't Clin. Prof. of Law and title of Dir. of the Lyle and Joan Middleton Children’s Rts. Cntr., Drake.

Bernard P. Perlmutter (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Mindfulness and the Law School Clinic
Bio: PERLMUTTER, BERNARD P. (M) Assoc. Clin. Professor, Co-Director Children and Youth Law Clinic, Miami. b.1953. BA, 1975, Bennington Coll.; JD, 1983, Miami. Admitted: FL, 1984. Staff Att'y, Lutheran Immig. & Refugee Serv. Miami, 1984-1986; Assoc. Att'y, Margoles & Tobocman Coral Gables FL, 1986-1987; Sr. Staff Att'y, Legal Servs. of Greater Miami Inc., 1987-1995; Dir., Children's Law Proj. Clin. Staff Att'y & Instr. Nova Southeastern, 1993-1994; Instr., Ass't Prof. CLE & Dir. Children & Youth Law Clinic Miami, Since 1995. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Juvenile Law (S); Welfare Law (S). Books & Awards: CLE Ass'n, Award for Excellence in a Public Interest & Law Case or Proj., 2003. Member: CLEA.; AALS (Clin. Legal Educ. Sect.). Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., FL Immigrant Advocacy Cntr., since 1997; Mem., FL Bar Comm. on the Legal Needs of Children, 1999-02; Bd. of Dirs., FL's Children First Inc., since 2002.

Richard M. Peterson (Pepperdine University School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: PETERSON, RICHARD M. (M) Director, Spec. Educ. Advocacy Clinic & Ass't Prof. of Law, Pepperdine. b.1953. BSL, 1978, Western St.; JD, 1979, Western St.; MDR, 2001, Pepperdine; LLM, 2006, St. John's. West St. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1979. Part., Peterson & Peterson Torrance CA, 1979-1981; Assoc. Trial Att'y, Ure & Shupe Orange Cty. CA, 1981-1984; Part. & Trial Att'y, Ure Shupe & Peterson Orange Cty., 1984-1988; Part. & Trial Att'y, Ure & Peterson Orange Cty., 1988-1995; Trial Att'y, Sole Practitioner Orange Cty., 1995-2000; Educ'l Consult. Trainer Facilitator, Sera Learning Tech. Inc. San Fran., 2001-2003; Adj. Prof., 2002-2003; Dir., Spec. Educ. Advocacy Clinic Pepperdine, Since 2002; Ass't Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Dispute Resolution in Education; Special Education Advocacy Clinic; Special Education Law. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Reg. Cntr. of Orange Cty., 1998-02, Pres., Bd. of Dirs., 1999-02; Bd. of Dirs., J. Reuben Clark Law Soc., International Board, Student Chapters Committee, since 2004; Bd. of Directors, Mem., Down Syndrome Association of Orange County, since 2010.

Victoria F. Phillips (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: PHILLIPS, VICTORIA F. (F) Prof. and Dir. Glushko-Samuelson Intell'l Prop. Clinic, American. BA, 1982, Smith Coll.; JD, 1988, American. Note & Comment Ed., Am. U.L. Rev. Admitted: MD, 1988; MA, 1989; DC, 1990. Clerk, Hon. Edward S. Northrop U.S.D.C. Balt., 1988-1989; Assoc., Wiley Rein & Fielding DC, 1989-1991; Ass't Gen. Counsel, Off. of Gen. Counsel Nat'l Endow. for the Humanities DC, 1991-1993; Counsel, Off. of Gen. Counsel FCC DC, 1994-1997; Chief, Legal Branch Policy & Rules Div. Mass Media Bur., 1997-2001; Prac.-in-Res., American, 2001 - 2009; Vis. Associate Professor of Law, Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr., 2008; Prof. of the Practice of Law, American, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Communications Law; Intellectual Property Communications & Technology Law (S); Intellectual Property Law Clinic. Consultantships: Vis. Lect., FCC, fall 2004, spring 2006, 2004-06; Member, Com. on Membership, Outreach and Trng., AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education , since 2011; Member, Bd. of Directors , Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts , since 2011.

Timothy Pinto (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: A Focus on Writing: Lessons Learned Through a New Appellate Clinic Co-Taught By A Clinician and Legal Writing Professor
Bio: PINTO, TIMOTHY Clin. Ass't Prof., Michigan.

Ascanio Piomelli (University of California, Hastings College of the Law)
Session: Community and Personal Engagement: Finding Meaning in Our Work
Bio: PIOMELLI, ASCANIO (M) Prof., UC, Hastings. b.1960. AB Hist., 1982, Stanford; JD, 1985, Stanford. Admitted: CA, 1985. Staff Att'y, Fresno Merced Legal Servs. Fresno CA, 1985-1987; Staff Att'y, East Palo Alto Community Law Proj. East Palo Alto CA, 1988-1990; Exec. Dir., 1990-1991; Clin. Att'y, UC Hastings, 1992-2001; Ass't Clin. Prof., 2001-2004; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 2004-2007; Prof. of Law, Since 2007. Subjects: Civil Justice Clinic (In-House) (S). Consultantships: Bd. of Eds., Clin. Law Rev., 2006-11.

Alicia E. Plerhoples (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters and Introduction of New Clinicians
Bio: PLERHOPLES, ALICIA E. Associate Professor of Law; Georgetown University Law Center, 2005, Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs; BA, 2001,Harvard University. Associate Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center; Visiting Assistant Professor, University of California, Hastings College of Law(10-12); Orrick Herrington,& Sutcliffe Clinical Teaching Fellow, Stanford Law School(08-10) Associate, Cooley LLP(08-08); Associate, DLA Piper US LLP(05-08). New York; California.Commercial Law

Alicia E. Plerhoples (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Finding Voice and Overcoming Resistance: Teaching Cross-Cultural Lawyering in Transactional Law Clinics and other Unobvious Settings
Bio: PLERHOPLES, ALICIA E. Associate Professor of Law; Georgetown University Law Center, 2005, Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs; BA, 2001, Harvard University.Associate Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center; Visiting Assistant Professor, University of California, Hastings College of Law(10-12); Orrick Herrington,& Sutcliffe Clinical Teaching Fellow, Stanford Law School(08-10) Associate, Cooley LLP(08-08); Associate, DLA Piper US LLP(05-08).New York; California. Commercial Law .

Jeffrey J. Pokorak (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: The In-House Clinic in the New Landscape of Experiential Education
Bio: POKORAK, JEFFREY J. (M) Prof. & Dir., Clin. Progs., Suffolk. BA, 1981, SUNY at Binghamton; JD, 1984, Northeastern. Admitted: FL, 1985; TX, 1989; MA, 2005. Ass't Public Defender, Public Defender Off. Dade Cty. FL 11th Jud. Cir. Miami, 1984-1988; Clerk, Hon. Joe Eaton U.S.D.C. S.D. FL Miami, 1985-1986; Staff Att'y, Com. for Public Counsel Servs. Roxbury Div. Boston, 1988-1989; Adj. Fac., Univ. of Texas, 1989-1990; Sr. Staff Att'y, TX Appellate Prac. & Educ'l Cntr. Austin, 1989-1992; Adj. Fac. & Supv'g Att'y, Capital Punishment Clinic St. Mary's, 1990-1992; Assoc. Prof., 1992-1998; Clin. Prof., 1998-2001; Vis. Prof., New Mexico, 2000; Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Clin. Progs. Suffolk, Since 2001. Subjects: Capital Punishment Law (S); Criminal Defense Clinic; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Evidence/Trial Practice; International Criminal Activity. Member: Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n; AALS Sect. for Clin. Legal Educ.

Jeffrey J. Pokorak (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: POKORAK, JEFFREY J. (M) Prof. & Dir., Clin. Progs., Suffolk. BA, 1981, SUNY at Binghamton; JD, 1984, Northeastern. Admitted: FL, 1985; TX, 1989; MA, 2005. Ass't Public Defender, Public Defender Off. Dade Cty. FL 11th Jud. Cir. Miami, 1984-1988; Clerk, Hon. Joe Eaton U.S.D.C. S.D. FL Miami, 1985-1986; Staff Att'y, Com. for Public Counsel Servs. Roxbury Div. Boston, 1988-1989; Adj. Fac., Univ. of Texas, 1989-1990; Sr. Staff Att'y, TX Appellate Prac. & Educ'l Cntr. Austin, 1989-1992; Adj. Fac. & Supv'g Att'y, Capital Punishment Clinic St. Mary's, 1990-1992; Assoc. Prof., 1992-1998; Clin. Prof., 1998-2001; Vis. Prof., New Mexico, 2000; Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Clin. Progs. Suffolk, Since 2001. Subjects: Capital Punishment Law (S); Criminal Defense Clinic; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Evidence/Trial Practice; International Criminal Activity. Member: Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n; AALS Sect. for Clin. Legal Educ.

Sue Provenzano (Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law)
Session: The Conscious Curriculum: Deliberately Designed Collaborative Courses to Further Students' Mastery of Core Lawyering Courses
Bio: PROVENZANO, SUE Sr. Lect., Northwestern. Pol. Sci., 1992, Univ. of Wisconsin; JD, 1995, Wisconsin. Ed.-in-Ch., Wis. L. Rev. Admitted: WI, 1995; IL, 1995. Assoc., Kirkland & Ellis Chgo., 1995-1996; Clerk, Hon. Ruben Castillo N.D. IL Chgo., 1996-1998; Assoc., Mayer Brown & Platt Chgo., 1998-1999; Assoc., Franczek Sullivan P.C. Chgo., 1999-2001; Clin. Ass't Prof., Northwestern, 2001 - 2007; Clin. Assoc. Prof., Northwestern, 2007 - 2010. Subjects: Advanced Legal Writing; Communication and Legal Reasoning; Employment Discrimination; Employment Law. Books & Awards: Dean's Tchg. Award, 2004. 2006, Dean's Teaching Award.Member: Phi Beta Kappa; Legal Writing Inst.; Ed'l Board, The Jour. of the Legal Writing Inst. Consultantships: Of Counsel, Franczek Sullivan P.C., since 2001.

Mae C. Quinn (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
Session: More than Mindful in the Face of Constitutional Crisis: The Case Study of Juvenile Life Without Parole and Post-Miller Implementation Work
Bio: QUINN, MAE C. (F) Prof. & Co-Dir., Civil Justice Clinic, Wash., St. Louis. b.1969. BA, 1991, SUNY Albany; JD, 1995, Univ. of Texas; LLM, 2001, Georgetown. Manuscript Ed., Tex. J. of Women & the L. Admitted: DC, 1995; NY, 1999; TN, 2005; MO, 2009. E. Barrett Prettyman Fel., Crim. Just. Clinic Georgetown, 1995-1997; Clerk, Hon. Jack B. Weinstein U.S.D.C. E.D. NY Bklyn., 1997-1998; Trial Counsel/Public Defender, The Bronx Defenders NYC, 1999-2001; Appellate Counsel/Public Defender, Appellate Advocates NYC, 2001-2005; Assoc. Prof., Tennessee, Since 2005. Subjects: Civil Justice - Youth Advocacy Clinic; Criminal Law.

Joy Radice (University of Tennessee College of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions

Joy Radice (University of Tennessee College of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress

Paul Radvany (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Just Do It? Whether to Incorporate Social Justice Theory in Every Clinical Experience and If So, How
Bio: RADVANY, PAUL (M) Clin. Assoc. Prof., Fordham. BA, 1989, Columbia; JD, 1992, Columbia. Admitted: NY, 1993. Law Clerk, Hon. Michael H. Dolinger, New York, 1992 - 1993; Associate, Debevoise & Plimpton, New York, 1993 - 1997; Ass't United States Attorney, United States Attorney's Off., Fed. Gov't, Southern District of New York, 1997 - 2007; Lecturer-in-Law, Columbia Law Sch., 1999 - 2010; Dep. Chief, Criminal Division, United States Attorney's Off., Fed. Gov't, Southern District of New York, 2005 - 2007. Subjects: Criminal Justice Seminary (S); Criminal Prosecution Seminary (S); Securities Litigation and Arbitration Clinic; Securities Litigation and Arbitration Clinic Seminar (S); Trial Advocacy (S).

Karena L. Rahall (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: RAHALL, KARENA L. , Seattle.

Spencer Rand (Temple University, James E. Beasley School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters and Introduction of New Clinicians
Bio: RAND, SPENCER (M) Clinical Assoc. Prof., Temple. b.1961. AB, 1983, Univ. of Chgo.; MSSA, 1987, Case Western Res.; JD, 1987, Case Western Res. Admitted: IL, 1987; PA, 1993. Subjects: TLAO: Civil Practice for Clients with Health Care Issues.

Stephen F. Reed (Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law)
Session: Massive Open Online Clinic? Using Clinical Pedagogy to Expand the Clinic's Reach Outside the Law School
Bio: REED, STEPHEN (M) Clin. Assoc Prof., Entrepreneurship Law Cntr., Northwestern. b.1974. AB, 1996, Princeton; JD, 1999, Columbia. Notes Editor, Columbia Jour. of Law & the Arts. Admitted: CA, 1999; IL, 2006. Att'y at Law, Proskauer Rose LLP, Los Angeles, CA, 1999 - 2005; Clin. Assoc. Prof., Entrepreneurship Law Cntr. Northwestern, Since 2006. Subjects: Business Associations; Entrepreneurship Law; Entrepreneurship Law Center.

David J. Reiss (Brooklyn Law School)
Session: Just Do It? Whether to Incorporate Social Justice Theory in Every Clinical Experience and If So, How
Bio: REISS, DAVID J. (M) Prof., Brooklyn. b.1967. Philosophy, 1989, Williams Coll.; JD, 1996, New York Univ. Staff Ed., Ann. Surv. of Am. L. Admitted: NY, 1997; CA, 1998. Clerk, Judge Timothy K. Lewis U.S.C.A. 3d Cir. Pittsburgh, 1996-1997; Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1997-1998; Assoc., Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison NYC, 1998-2002; Vis. Clin. Assoc. Prof., Seton Hall, 2002-2003; Ass't Prof., Bklyn. Law Sch., 2003-2007; Assoc. Prof., Bklyn. Law Sch., 2006 - 2009; Prof., Bklyn. Law Sch., Since 2007. Subjects: Advanced Property Topics (S); Civil Litigation Clinic (S); Clinical Teaching (S); Property; Real Estate Transactions. Books & Awards: 2006, Am. Coll. of Consumer Fin. Servs. Lawyers Award for Best Pub. Art.Member: COIF. Consultantships: Bd. of Trustees, Packer Collegiate Institute, 2001-10; Tres. (since 2006), Brooklyn Community Board 6, since 2001; Member, Chair of Bylaws Committee, Mem. of Exec. Committee, Brooklyn Bridge Park Citizens Advisory Council, since 2010; Mem., Comptroller of the City of New York Task Force on Public Benefits, 2010-10.

Leonard L. Riskin (University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law)
Session: Equilibrium in Our Lives/ Mindfulness/Self-Care
Bio: RISKIN, LEONARD L. (M) Chesterfield Smith Prof., Univ. of Florida. BS, 1964, Wisconsin; JD, 1967, New York Univ; LLM, 1974, Yale. Ann. Surv. Am. L. Admitted: DC, 1968. Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1967-1968; Gen. Counsel, Nat'l Alliance of Businessmen Inc. DC, 1968-1973; Ass't Prof., Houston, 1974-1976; Assoc. Prof., 1976-1979; Prof., 1979-1984; Vis. Prof., Tennessee, 1983; Prof. & Dir., Cntr for the Study of Dispute Resolu. Mo-Columbia, 1984-2006; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 2003; Chesterfield Smith Prof., Univ. of Florida, Since 2007; Vis. Prof., Northwestern, 2010. Subjects: Advanced Dispute Resolution (S); Managing Conflict; Mediation; Torts. Books & Awards: Divorce Mediation: Readings, 1985; Dispute Resolu. and Lawyers Videotape Series (with Doxsee), 1992; Outstanding Practical Achievement Award, CPR Inst. for Dispute Resolu., 1998; Achievement Award, Int'l Acad. of Mediators, 2003; Dispute Resolu. & Lawyers (with Westbrook, Guthrie, Robbennolt, Reuben & Welsh) 4th ed., 2009. 1996, Outstanding Aritlcle on ADR, CPR Inst. for D.R.Member: Am. Coll. of Civil Trial Mediators (Hon. Mem.).; Ass'n for Contemplation in Higher Educ. Consultantships: Chair, Sect. on Alt. Dispute Resolu., AALS, 1986-87; Consult., Admin. Conf. of the U.S., 1989-91; Adv'y Bd., Harvard Negotiation Insight Initiative, 2003-06.

Judith L. Ritter (Widener University Delaware Law School)
Session: Growin' Up: Human Development and Clinic Students
Bio: RITTER, JUDITH L. (F) Prof. (Delaware)., Widener. b.1955. BA, 1976, SUNY Buffalo; JD, 1979, Georgetown. Law & Pol'y in Int'l Bus. Admitted: NY, 1980; NJ, 1987; PA, 1994. Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of Nassau Cty. Mineola NY, 1979-1986; Clin. Staff Att'y, Rutgers Newark, 1986-1990; Assoc. Counsel, Community Serv. Soc. of NY NYC, 1990-1993. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Criminal Justice; Criminal Procedure. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.

Daniel B. Rodriguez (Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law)
Session: Welcome and Introduction
Bio: RODRIGUEZ, DANIEL B. (M) Minerva House Drysdale Regents Chair in Law, Northwestern. b.1962. BA, 1984, Cal. St. Univ., Long Beach; JD, 1987, Harvard. Sup. Ct. Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Clerk, Hon. Alex Kozinski U.S.C.A. 9th Cir. Pasadena, 1987-1988; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1988-1994; Vis. Fellow in Law & Econ., Univ. of Va., 1993; Vis. Scholar, Hoover Inst., 1993; Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1994-1998; Dean & Prof., San Diego, 1998-2005; Warren Dist. Prof., 2005-2007; Minerva House Drysdale Regents Chair, Univ. of Texas, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Administrative Law; Legislation; Local Government Law; Property. Member: ALI; ABF.; ALEA. Consultantships: Coun., Sect. on Admin. Law & Regulatory Prac., ABA, 1999-01.

Scott Rogers (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Mindfulness and the Law School Clinic
Bio: ROGERS, SCOTT Director, Mindfulness in Law Program, Lect., Miami.

Joseph A. Rosenberg (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Clinicians as Curricular Change Agents: Incorporating Experiential Learning Across the Curriculum in a Time of “Reform”
Bio: ROSENBERG, JOSEPH A. (M) Professor, CUNY at Queens. b.1958. BS, 1980, Northwestern; JD, 1986, CUNY at Queens. Admitted: NY, 1987. Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of N.E. NY Albany, 1986-1988; Adj. Prof., CUNY at Queens, 1988-1995; Vis. Prof., 1995-1996; Ass't Prof., 1996-2001; Assoc. Prof., Since 2001. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Lawyering (S); Wills, Trusts & Estates. Books & Awards: New York Guide to Tax, Estate & Financial Plng. for the Elderly (with Goldfarb), 1999.

Becky Rosenfeld (Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law)
Session: Engaging Field Placement Attorneys: Building a Community of Mindful Supervisors

Kathryn Sabbeth (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: SABBETH, KATHRYN Ass't Prof. of Law, Univ. of No. Ca. b.1976. BA (Hons), 1998, University of Michigan; JD, 2003, New York Univ. Sch. of Law; LLM, 2009, Georgetown Law Cntr. Rev. Law & Social Change. Admitted: NY, 2004; DC, 2007; NC, 2009. Staff Att'y, So. Bklyn. Legal Services, Brooklyn, NY, 2003 - 2005; Clerk, The Hon. James C. Francis IV, Southern Dist. of New York, New York, NY, 2005 - 2006; Clerk, The Hon. Warren J. Ferguson, Ninth Cir. Ct. of App., Santa Ana, CA, 2006 - 2007; Fellow, Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr. - Inst. for Public Representation, 2007 - 2009. Subjects: Civil Clinic; Employment Discrimination; Lawyering Process.

Amy Sankaran (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: Track 1: New to the “New Normal”: Externship Professor Edition

Vivek Sankaran (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: A Focus on Writing: Lessons Learned Through a New Appellate Clinic Co-Taught By A Clinician and Legal Writing Professor
Bio: SANKARAN, VIVEK (M) Clin. Ass't Prof., Michigan. b.1976. BA, 1998, Wm. & Mary; JD, 2001, Michigan. Admitted: VA, 2001; DC, 2002; MI, 2005. Att'y, The Children's Law Cntr., 2001-2005; Ass't Prof., Michigan, Since 2006. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Juvenile Law.

Evangeline Sarda (Boston College Law School)
Session: Countering the Curmudgeon Effect: How to Sustain our Energy and Maintain our Teaching Effectiveness After Years in the Trenches
Bio: SARDA, EVANGELINE Assoc. Clin. Prof., Boston Col. b.1962. BA, 1984, Yale; JD, 1991, Columbia. Exec. Ed., Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev.; Founding Mem., Colum. J. of Gender & L. Admitted: MA, 1992; NY, 1996. Ass't D.A., Middlesex D.A.'s Off. Cambridge MA, 1992-1995. Subjects: Authority and Leadership in Professional Life (S); Authority Identity & Psychodynamics of Legal Systems (S); Authority Identity & Role in the Criminal Justice System (S); Criminal Justice Clinic; Introduction to Lawyering & Professional Responsibilty; Writing and Righting--Literature and Lawyers (S). Member: Boston Cntr. for the Study of Grps. & Social Sys., (2001, Bd. Mem., 2003-04).

Daniel M. Schaffzin (The University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law)
Session: Educating Money (and Other Motivators): Teaching Social Justice and Life Balance to Future For-Profit Attorneys
Bio: SCHAFFZIN, DANIEL M. Ass't Prof. of Law & Dir. of Clin. Programs and Externships, Memphis. b.1974. BA, 1996, Temple; JD, 2000, Temple. Admitted: PA, 2000; NJ, 2001; ND, 2008. Associate, Pepper Hamilton LLP, Philadelphia, PA, 2000 - 2005; Counsel, GlaxoSmithKline, Philadelphia, 2005 - 2007; Vis. Assistant Prof., Univ. of North Dakota Sch. of Law, 2007 - 2009; Vis. Assistant Professor of Clinical Law, Univ. of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys Sch. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Litigation Clinic; Housing and Employment Litigation Clinic. Member: ; CLEA.

Daniel M. Schaffzin (The University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: SCHAFFZIN, DANIEL M. Ass't Prof. of Law & Dir. of Clin. Programs and Externships, Memphis. b.1974. BA, 1996, Temple; JD, 2000, Temple. Admitted: PA, 2000; NJ, 2001; ND, 2008. Associate, Pepper Hamilton LLP, Philadelphia, PA, 2000 - 2005; Counsel, GlaxoSmithKline, Philadelphia, 2005 - 2007; Vis. Assistant Prof., Univ. of North Dakota Sch. of Law, 2007 - 2009; Vis. Assistant Professor of Clinical Law, Univ. of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys Sch. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Litigation Clinic; Housing and Employment Litigation Clinic. Member: ; CLEA.

Susan B. Schechter (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: Engaging Field Placement Attorneys: Building a Community of Mindful Supervisors
Bio: SCHECHTER, SUSAN B. (F) Director, Field Plmt. Program; Lect. in Residence, UC, Berkeley. b.1961. BA, 1982, Wash., St. Louis; JD, 1988, Pittsburgh. Admitted: PA, 1988. Staff Att'y, Campus Org'r Nat'l Ass'n for Public Interest Law (Equal Justice Works) DC, 1988-1990; Patients' Rts. Advocate, Mental Health Advocacy Proj. San Jose, 1990-1991; Proj. Dir., Public Interest Clearinghouse (OneJustice) San Fran., 1991-1993; Ass't Dean, Career Servs. & Alumni Servs. Golden Gate, 1993-2001; Adj. Fac. Mem., 1995-1997; Clin. Prof., Since 1997; IPAC Admin. Dir., 1998-2000; Assoc. Dean, Student Servs., 2000-2006. Subjects: Civil Field Placement Clinic (S); General Field Placement Seminar (S); Judicial Externship Seminar (S). Member: AALS (Clinical Section; Poverty Law; Pro-Bono & Public Serv. Opportunities; Prof'l Responsibility; Women in Legal Education; and Student Servs. Sect.(Exec. Comm. 2004).; NALP (Mem., Gay, Lesbian, & Bi Com., since 1993, Mark of Distinc. Award Com., 1997-98, West/Rocky Mtn. Reg. Coord'r, 1998-99). Consultantships: Treas., Bay Area Legal Recrtmt. Ass'n, since 1993; Chair, Com. on Moderate Income Delivery, Legal Servs. Sect., St. Bar of CA, 1996-98; Founding Mem., BACE - Bay Area Consortium on Externships, since 2005; Diversity Task Force, Bar Ass'n of San Fran., since 2005; Adv'y Mem., State Bar of California Rural Task Force, since 2010.

Alexander Scherr (University of Georgia School of Law)
Session: Educating Money (and Other Motivators): Teaching Social Justice and Life Balance to Future For-Profit Attorneys
Bio: SCHERR, ALEXANDER (M) Dir., Civil Clinic Progs. & Assoc. Prof., Georgia. b.1954. BA, 1975, Yale; JD, 1982, Michigan. Admitted: VT, 1982; GA, 1996. Assoc., Downs Rachlin & Martin VT, 1982-1984; Staff Att'y, VT Legal Aid, 1984-1991; Proj. Dir., 1991-1996; Vis. Prof., Quinnipiac, 1995-1996; Ass't Prof., 1996-2004; Dir., Civil Clinic Progs. Georgia, Since 1996; Assoc. Prof., Since 2004. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Dispute Resolution; Evidence; Interviewing Counseling and Negotiation (S); Products Liability; Public Interest Practicum (S); Torts. Books & Awards: Georgia Law of Evid. (with Green), 2008. Member: CLEA (Pres., 2005). Consultantships: Pres., VT Mediator's Ass'n, 1990-92; Mem., Adv'y Comm. on Mobile Housing, 1990-93; Mem., VT Comm. on Dispute Resolu., 1992-95; Pres., Clinical Legal Education Association, 2005-05; Consultant, Performance Test, National Conference of Bar Examiners, since 2007.

Alexander Scherr (University of Georgia School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: SCHERR, ALEXANDER (M) Dir., Civil Clinic Progs. & Assoc. Prof., Georgia. b.1954. BA, 1975, Yale; JD, 1982, Michigan. Admitted: VT, 1982; GA, 1996. Assoc., Downs Rachlin & Martin VT, 1982-1984; Staff Att'y, VT Legal Aid, 1984-1991; Proj. Dir., 1991-1996; Vis. Prof., Quinnipiac, 1995-1996; Ass't Prof., 1996-2004; Dir., Civil Clinic Progs. Georgia, Since 1996; Assoc. Prof., Since 2004. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Dispute Resolution; Evidence; Interviewing Counseling and Negotiation (S); Products Liability; Public Interest Practicum (S); Torts. Books & Awards: Georgia Law of Evid. (with Green), 2008. Member: CLEA (Pres., 2005). Consultantships: Pres., VT Mediator's Ass'n, 1990-92; Mem., Adv'y Comm. on Mobile Housing, 1990-93; Mem., VT Comm. on Dispute Resolu., 1992-95; Pres., Clinical Legal Education Association, 2005-05; Consultant, Performance Test, National Conference of Bar Examiners, since 2007.

Sarah Schrup (Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law)
Session: The Conscious Curriculum: Deliberately Designed Collaborative Courses to Further Students' Mastery of Core Lawyering Courses
Bio: SCHRUP, SARAH (F) Clin. Ass't Prof., Dir. Appellate Advocacy Prog., Northwestern. BSFS, 1994, Georgetown; JD, 1998, Michigan. Admitted: IL, 1998. Assoc., Kirkland & Ellis Chgo., 1998-2000; Clerk, U.S.C.A. 7th Cir. Chgo., 2000-2002; Clerk, Hon. Ruben Castillo U.S.D.C. N.D. IL Chgo., 2002-2004; Ass't Clin. Prof., Northwestern, Since 2004. Subjects: Appellate Practice; Clinical Teaching; Legal Research & Writing. Books & Awards: 2007, Dean's Teaching Award.

Sarah Schrup (Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: SCHRUP, SARAH (F) Clin. Ass't Prof., Dir. Appellate Advocacy Prog., Northwestern. BSFS, 1994, Georgetown; JD, 1998, Michigan. Admitted: IL, 1998. Assoc., Kirkland & Ellis Chgo., 1998-2000; Clerk, U.S.C.A. 7th Cir. Chgo., 2000-2002; Clerk, Hon. Ruben Castillo U.S.D.C. N.D. IL Chgo., 2002-2004; Ass't Clin. Prof., Northwestern, Since 2004. Subjects: Appellate Practice; Clinical Teaching; Legal Research & Writing. Books & Awards: 2007, Dean's Teaching Award.

Beth G. Schwartz (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: SCHWARTZ, BETH (F) Clin. Prof., Fordham. b.1952. BA, 1973, Buffalo; JD, 1978, St. John's. Admitted: NY, 1979. Ass't Corporation Counsel, NYC Law Dep., New York City, 1983-1987; Litig. Att'y, US Commodities Futures Trading Comm., New York City, 1981-1983; Ass't Division Ch., NYC Law Dep., New York City, 1983 - 1987. Subjects: Externship Program (S); Fundamental Lawyering Skills (S); Mediation Clinic (S); Mediation Clinic (S). Consultantships: Fulbright Scholar Specialist, Council for International Exchange of Scholars, since 2009.

Antoinette Sedillo Lopez (University of New Mexico School of Law)
Session: Pedagogy - Fostering Deep Learning in Clinical Law Students
Bio: SEDILLO LOPEZ, ANTOINETTE (F) Prof. , New Mexico. b.1957. BA, 1979, New Mexico; JD, 1982, U.C.L.A. Comment Ed., U.C.L.A. L. Rev. Admitted: NM, 1982; DC, 1983. Ct. Clerk, DC Cir., 1982-1983; Assoc., Modrall Sperling Roehl Harris & Sisk Albuq., 1983-1985; Ass't Prof., New Mexico, 1985-1989; Assoc. Prof., 1989-1992; Prof., Since 1992; Assoc. Dean, Clin. Affrs., Since 2003. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Clinical Teaching; Ethics; Family Law; Land Use Planning (S); Law & Reproductive Technology (S). Books & Awards: Latinos in the United States: History, Law and Perspective, 1995. Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n; ALI. Consultantships: Mem., Air Quality Control Bd., 1992-95; Pres., NM Hispanic Bar Ass'n, 1994-95; Pres., CLEA, since 2004.

Antoinette Sedillo Lopez (University of New Mexico School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: SEDILLO LOPEZ, ANTOINETTE (F) Prof. , New Mexico. b.1957. BA, 1979, New Mexico; JD, 1982, U.C.L.A. Comment Ed., U.C.L.A. L. Rev. Admitted: NM, 1982; DC, 1983. Ct. Clerk, DC Cir., 1982-1983; Assoc., Modrall Sperling Roehl Harris & Sisk Albuq., 1983-1985; Ass't Prof., New Mexico, 1985-1989; Assoc. Prof., 1989-1992; Prof., Since 1992; Assoc. Dean, Clin. Affrs., Since 2003. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Clinical Teaching; Ethics; Family Law; Land Use Planning (S); Law & Reproductive Technology (S). Books & Awards: Latinos in the United States: History, Law and Perspective, 1995. Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n; ALI. Consultantships: Mem., Air Quality Control Bd., 1992-95; Pres., NM Hispanic Bar Ass'n, 1994-95; Pres., CLEA, since 2004.

Ilene B. Seidman (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Clinics in the “New Normal”: Risks and Opportunities
Bio: SEIDMAN, ILENE B. Assoc. Dean and Clin. Prof., Suffolk. Juris Doctor, 1976, New England. Admitted: MA, 1976. Greater Boston Legal Servs., 1976-1985; Legal Aid Bur., Harvard, 1985-2002; Assoc. Clin. Prof., Suffolk, Since 2002. Subjects: Sexual Violence (S). Books & Awards: 2007, Equal Justice Works Outstanding Law School Faculty.Member: Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n. Consultantships: Of Counsel, Victim Rts. Law Cntr., since 2001; Nat'l Trng. & Tech. Assist. Adv'r, Victim Rts. Law Cntr., since 2005; Chair, Bd. of Directors, Victim Rights Law Center, since 2008.

Jeffrey Selbin (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: Community and Personal Engagement: Finding Meaning in Our Work
Bio: SELBIN, JEFFREY (M) Clin. Prof. & Fac. Dir., East Bay Community Law Cntr., UC, Berkeley. b.1961. BA, 1983, Michigan; CEP, 1986, L'Inst. D'Etudes Pol.; JD, 1989, Harvard. Harvard Human Rts. Jour. Admitted: MA, 1989; CA, 1990; DC, 1990. Dir., HIV/AIDS Law Proj. East Bay Community Law Cntr. (EBCLC) Berkeley CA, 1990-1999; Lect., Cal. Berkeley, 1997-2006; Clin. Dir., 1999-2002; Exec. Dir., EBCLC, 2002-2006; Clin. Prof., Since 2006; Fac. Dir., Since 2006; Vis. Clinical Professor of Law, Yale Law Sch., 2010 - 2011. Subjects: Clinical Companion Seminar (S); Law & Poverty. Books & Awards: Wasserstein Fellow, Harvard, 2003-, 4; Bellow Scholar, AALS Clin. Sect. Pub. Interest Comm., 2003. Member: Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n (Bd. of Dirs., 2005-11).; AALS, Chair, Poverty Law Section, 2008-09; AALS, Chair, Clin. Sect. Bellow Scholar Com., 2008-10. Consultantships: Exec. Com., Boalt Hall Cntr. for Social Just., 2006-10; Fel., Bellow-Sacks Access to Civil Legal Servs. Proj., since 2006.

Hina Shah (Golden Gate University School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: SHAH, HINA (F) Assoc. Prof. of Law and Clin. Staff Att'y, Golden Gate. JD, 1995, UC, Hastings. Admitted: CA, 1995. Dir. Labor and Employment Proj., Asian Law Caucus, San Francisco, CA, 1998 - 2001; Staff Att'y, U.S. Ct. of App. for the Ninth Cir., San Francisco, CA, 2001 - 2003. Subjects: Women's Employment Rights Clinic; Women's Employment Rights Seminar (S).

Ragini N. Shah (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: SHAH, RAGINI N. (F) Assoc. Clin. Prof. , Suffolk. b.1971. JD, 1999, Northeastern. Admitted: NY, 2000; MA, 2006. Ass't Clinical Professor of Law, Suffolk Univ. Law Sch., 2007 - 2010. Subjects: Immigration Clinic (S); Immigration Law.

Ann C. Shalleck (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: How the Seminar Contributes to Learning in Clinical Courses: Using Learning Theory and Lawyering Theory to Improve Teaching the Seminar Component
Bio: SHALLECK, ANN C. (F) Prof., Dir., Women & the Law Prog. & Carrington Shields Scholar., American. b.1949. AB, 1971, Bryn Mawr Coll.; JD, 1978, Harvard. Admitted: PA, 1978; DC, 1984. Staff Att'y, Community Legal Servs. Phila., 1978-1981; Supv'g Att'y, 1981-1982; Lect., 1984-1987; Dir., Women & the Law Prog. Am., Since 1984; Assoc. Prof., 1987-1991; Prof., Since 1991. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Family Law; Feminist Legal Theory (S); Juvenile Law; Women & the Law (S). Books & Awards: Ct. Rules to Achieve Permanency for Foster Children: Sample Rules/Commentary (with Hardin), 1985; Lawyers and Clients: Critical Issues in Interviewing and Counseling (with Ellmann, Dinerstein, Gunning & Kruse), 2009. 1996, Emalee C. Godsey Scholar; 2011, American University, Washington College of Law Scholarship Award; 2006, Stoneman Professor of Law & Democracy, Albany Law School; 2009, Outstanding Advocate for Clinical Teachers, Clinical Legal Education Association.Member: Plng. Comm. 2008 Conf. on Clin. Legal Ed. 2007-08).; AALS (Executive Com., 2010-2012; Com. on Curric. & Res., 1991-94, Com. on Prof'l Dev., 2005-07, Chair, 2006-07; Plng. Comm. 2007 Workshops on Clin. Legal Ed. 2006-07. Consultantships: Adv'y Com. on Implementation of the Final Rpt. of the Task Forces, DC Racial & Ethnic & Gender Bias in the Cts., 1992-93; Bd. of Gov'rs, SALT, 1993-97; Mem., Multistate Performance Test Com., Nat'l Conf. of Bar Exam'rs, 1996-04.

Colleen F. Shanahan (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: SHANAHAN, COLLEEN, Georgetown.

Susan Shapcott (University of Bath)
Rebecca Sharpless (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Mindfulness and the Law School Clinic
Bio: SHARPLESS, REBECCA Assoc. Clin. Professor, Dir. Immig. Clinic, Miami.

Gail Silverstein (University of California, Hastings College of the Law)
Session: Becoming a Better Clinician by Integrating Mindfulness Parctices into Your Clinic Seminar
Bio: SILVERSTEIN, GAIL Clin. Prof. of Law, UC, Hastings. b.1973. BA, 1995, Michigan; JD, 1999, UC, Berkeley. Arts. Ed., Berkeley Women's L. J. Admitted: CA, 1999. Sutro Fellow/Staff Att'y, The Hawkins Cntr. , Richmond, CA, 1999-2000; Staff Att'y/Clinical Supv'r, East Bay Community Law Cntr. Berkeley CA, 2000-2006. Subjects: Individual Representation Clinic (S); Mediation Clinic (S); Roles and Ethics in Practice (S). Books & Awards: "Class of 1995" Grad. Outstanding Pub. Servs. Award, 1999. 1999, "Class of 1995" Public Service Award.Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Post-Grad. Fellowship Chair, Berkeley Law Fdn., since 2000; Bd. Mem., WORLD,, since 2006.

David Singleton (Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law)
Session: Justice Education in Clinics
Bio: SINGLETON, DAVID Professor, No. Ky. Univ.-Chase.

Anita Sinha (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Teaching the "I"in Community
Bio: SINHA, ANITA , American.

Gwynne L. Skinner (Willamette University College of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: SKINNER, GWYNNE L. Ass't. Prof., Clin Law, Willamette. JD, 1991, Iowa; Master of Law, 2007, Oxford. Founding Chair, Jour. of Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems. Admitted: IA, 1991; WA, 1995; OR, 2004. Subjects: Human Rights (S); International Human Rights Clinic; Refugee Law. Member: Am. Branch of the Int'l Law Ass'n; Am. Soc. of Int'l Law; Global Alliance for Justice Educ.; AALS.

Gwynne L. Skinner (Willamette University College of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: SKINNER, GWYNNE L. Ass't. Prof., Clin Law, Willamette. JD, 1991, Iowa; Master of Law, 2007, Oxford. Founding Chair, Jour. of Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems. Admitted: IA, 1991; WA, 1995; OR, 2004. Subjects: Human Rights (S); International Human Rights Clinic; Refugee Law. Member: Am. Branch of the Int'l Law Ass'n; Am. Soc. of Int'l Law; Global Alliance for Justice Educ.; AALS.

Nicole Smiley (University of Minnesota Law School)
Session: Working Group Discussions

Annie Smith (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Robert A. Leflar Law Center)
Session: Teaching What We Don't Know: Strategies for Mindful Learning while Teaching
Bio: SMITH, ANNIE , Ark., Fayetteville.

Brenda V. Smith (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Opening Plenary Session – The Pursuit of Happiness
Bio: SMITH, BRENDA V. (F) Prof., American. b.1959. BA, 1980, Spelman Coll.; JD, 1984, Georgetown. Admitted: DC, 1985; PA, 1985. Clerk, Hon. Gladys Kessler DC Superior Ct., 1984-1986; Staff Att'y, DC Public Defender Serv. DC, 1986-1988; Sr. Counsel, Econ. Security/Dir. Women in Prison Proj. Nat'l Women's Law Cntr. DC, 1988-1998; Prac.-in-Res., American, 1998-1999; Assoc. Prof., 1999-2005; Prof., Since 2005. Subjects: Clinical Fieldwork Supervision; Clinical Teaching (S); Professional Responsibility; Women, Crime and Law (S). Books & Awards: A Vision Beyond Survival (with Dailard), 1995; An End to Silence: Women Prisoners Hdbk. on Identifying and Addressing Sexual Misconduct, 1998; An End to Silence: Prisoners Hdbk. on Identifying and Addressing Sexual Misconduct, 2d ed., 2002. 2010, North Star Award; 1993, Kellogg Leadership Development Fellow.Member: AALS, Com. on Clin. Legal Educ.; Editorial Board, Clin. Law Rev. Consultantships: Prin. Investigator, Nat'l Inst. of Correction, U.S. Dep't of Just., since 1999; Reg. Selection Com. Mem., White House Fellows Program, since 2010; Sub-Awardee, National Council on Crime and Delinquencey, since 2010.

Deirdre M. Smith (University of Maine School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: SMITH, DEIRDRE M. (F) Prof. & Dir., Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic, Maine. BA, 1988, Pennsylvania; JD, 1994, Maine. Arts. Ed., Me. L. Rev. Admitted: ME, 1994. Clerk, Hon. Gene Carter U.S.D.C. Dist. of ME, Portland ME, 1994-1995; Assoc. & Shareholder, Drummond Woodsum & MacMahon, Portland ME, 1995-2004; Assoc. Prof. & Dir. of the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic, Univ. of Maine Sch. of Law, 2004 - 2010. Subjects: Evidence; General Practice Clinic; Law and Mental Illness (S). Member: SALT; CLEA. Consultantships: Comm'r, Com. on Mental & Physical Disability Law, ABA, 2001-04; Rules of Evid. Adv'y Com., ME Sup. Jud. Ct., since 2006.

Cynthia Soohoo (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Rounds as a Tool for Becoming A Better Clinician and Promoting Community
Bio: SOOHOO, CYNTHIA (F) Dir. of the Int'l Women's Human Rts. Clinic, CUNY at Queens. b.1967. BA, 1988, Williams Coll.; JD, 1992, Pennsylvania. Assoc. Editor, U. Penn. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1993. Law Clerk, Hon. Gerard L. Goettel, USDJ, SDNY, White Plains, New York, 1992 - 1994; Associate, Covington & Burling, New York, NY, 1994 - 2001; Director, BHRH Program, Human Rights Inst., Columbia Law Sch., 2001 - 2007; Dir. U.S. Legal Prog., Cntr. for Reproductive Rts., New York, NY, 2008 - 2011. Subjects: International Women's Human Rights (S). Books & Awards: Bringing Human Rts. Home (with Cathy Albisa and Martha Davis), 2008; Myers Outstanding Bk. Award, Gustavus Meyers Cntr., 2008. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Law Students for Reproductive Justice, since 2001.

Juliet S. Sorensen (Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: SORENSEN, JULIET S. Clin. Ass't Prof., Northwestern.

Juliet S. Sorensen (Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law)
Session: Bridging Community Divides: How to Choose adn Engage in Fieldwork for Clinicians Working with Local Communities at Home or Abroad
Bio: SORENSEN, JULIET S. Clin. Ass't Prof., Northwestern.

Mary B. Spector (SMU Dedman School of Law)
Session: Can Empirical Research in our Clinics Help us Become Better Clinicians?
Bio: SPECTOR, MARY B. Co-Dir., Civil Clin., Dir., Consumer Advocacy Proj. & Assoc. Prof., Southern Methodist. b.1957. BA, 1979, Simmons Coll.; JD, 1986, Cardozo. Sr. Ed., Cardozo L. Rev. Admitted: TX, 1987; NY, 1987. Clerk, Hon. Jerry Buchmeyer N.D. TX, 1986-1987; Assoc. Att'y, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld Dallas, 1987-1991; Field Instr., Legal Servs. of No. TX Dallas, 1994-1995; Ass't Prof., SMU Dedman Sch. of Law, 1995-2000; Assoc. Prof., SMU Dedman Sch. of Law, Since 2000. Subjects: Civil Clinic (S); Consumer Law; Legal Research & Writing. Books & Awards: 2009, Bellow Scholar; 2001, Don Smart Directed Student Research Award; 2009, Golden Mustang Outstanding Faculty Award.Consultantships: Adv'y Com., N.D. TX, since 1995.

Rachel Spector (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions

Carrie Sperling (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
Session: Legal Professionalism: Can It Be Defined, or Do You Just Know It When You See It?
Bio: SPERLING, CARRIE Assoc. Clin. Prof. of Law, Ariz. State. b.1966. BA, 1989, Texas Christian Univ.; JD, 1992, Houston. Editor, Houston Law Rev. Admitted: TX, 1992. Assoc., Shannon Gracey Ratliff & Miller Ft. Worth TX, 1992-1994; Dir., ACLU of TX No. TX Region Dallas, 1994-1997; Att'y, Self Dallas, 1997-2002; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Oklahoma, 2003-2006; Jud. Law Clerk, U.S. Dist. Judge Buchmeyer, Dallas, TX, 2006 - 2007; Ass't Prof., Arizona St. Univ., Since 2006. Subjects: Accountability for Gross Violations of Human Rights; Advanced Persuasion; Legal Method and Writing. Books & Awards: 2009, ALWD Scholarship Research Grant.Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Founding Dir., Arizona Justice Project, 2008-10; Forensic Sci. Adv'y Com., Arizona Attorney General's Office, since 2008; Habeas Reform Com., ABA, since 2009.

Carrie Sperling (University of Wisconsin Law School)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: SPERLING, CARRIE Assoc. Clin. Prof. of Law, Wisconsin. b.1966. BA, 1989, Texas Christian Univ.; JD, 1992, Houston. Editor, Houston Law Rev. Admitted: TX, 1992. Assoc., Shannon Gracey Ratliff & Miller Ft. Worth TX, 1992-1994; Dir., ACLU of TX No. TX Region Dallas, 1994-1997; Att'y, Self Dallas, 1997-2002; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Oklahoma, 2003-2006; Jud. Law Clerk, U.S. Dist. Judge Buchmeyer, Dallas, TX, 2006 - 2007; Ass't Prof., Arizona St. Univ., Since 2006. Subjects: Accountability for Gross Violations of Human Rights; Advanced Persuasion; Legal Method and Writing. Books & Awards: 2009, ALWD Scholarship Research Grant.Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Founding Dir., Arizona Justice Project, 2008-10; Forensic Sci. Adv'y Com., Arizona Attorney General's Office, since 2008; Habeas Reform Com., ABA, since 2009.

Amanda M. Spratley (University of Massachusetts School of Law - Dartmouth)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters and Introduction of New Clinicians
Bio: SPRATLEY, AMANDA M. x, Southern New England.

Jayashri Srikantiah (Stanford Law School)
Session: Workshop for New Law School Clinical Teachers - Supervision: How Do We Teach?
Bio: SRIKANTIAH, JAYASHRI (F) Prof. & Dir., Immigrants' Rts. Clinic., Stanford. BS, 1991, Cal., Berkeley; JD, 1996, UC, Berkeley. Sr. Note & Comment Ed., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1996. Assoc., Howard Rice et al., San Fran., Pres; Assoc. Legal Dir., ACLU of No. CA, San Fran., Pres; Clerk, Hon. David R. Thompson, San Diego, Pres; Staff Counsel, Immigrants' Rts. Proj. ACLU, Oakland, Pres; Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Immigrants' Rts. Clinic Stanford, Since 2004. Subjects: Immigrants' Rights Clinic.

Ms. Tirien Steinbach (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: Becoming a Better Clinician by Integrating Mindfulness Parctices into Your Clinic Seminar
Bio: STEINBACH, TIRIEN Exec. Director, East Bay Community Law Cntr., UC, Berkeley.

Mollie Stemper (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
Adam Stevenson (University of Wisconsin Law School)
Session: Legal Professionalism: Can It Be Defined, or Do You Just Know It When You See It?
Bio: STEVENSON, ADAM Clin. Ass't Prof., Wisconsin. BS, 2007, Wisconsin; JD, 2010, Wisconsin. Articles Ed., Wis. L. Rev. Admitted: WI, 2010. Clin. Asst. Prof., Univ. of Wisconsin Law Sch., 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Legal Assistance to Institutionalized Persons (LAIP); Oxford Federal Project.

Kele Stewart (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Curricular Reform – Understanding the Goals and Process of Curricular Reform
Bio: STEWART, KELE (F) Assoc. Clin. Prof. & Co-Director, Children & Youth Law Clinic, Miami. b.1974. BS, 1994, Cornell; JD, 1998, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1999; FL, 2005. Assoc., Simpson Thacher & Bartlett NYC, 1998-2003; Assoc. Counsel, Brennan Cntr. for Just. New York Univ., 2003-2004. Subjects: Family Law; Juvenile Law.

Jane K. Stoever (University of California, Irvine School of Law)
Session: Defining the Agenda Together: Engaging Community Stakeholders in Clinic Intake and Docket Design
Bio: STOEVER, JANE K. Ass't Prof., Cal., Irvine. BA, 2000, Kansas; JD, 2003, Harvard; LLM, 2008, Georgetown. Primary Ed., Women's L. J. Admitted: NY, 2004; DC, 2004. Law Clerk, Judge Michale Wolff MO Sup. Ct., Jefferson City, MO, 2003-2004; Grad. Teaching Fel., Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr. Domestic Violence Clin., 2004-2006; Practitioner-in-Residence, Director Domestic Violence Clinic, Am. Univ. Washington Coll. of Law, 2006 - 2009; Ass't Prof., Seattle Univ. Sch. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Domestic Violence Law.

Brittany M. Stringfellow-Otey (Pepperdine University School of Law)
Session: Motivating Self-Care: Moving from "Good Ideas" to "Good Practices"
Bio: STRINGFELLOW-OTEY, BRITTANY M. (F) Director, Legal Aid Clinic & Ass't Prof. of Law, Pepperdine. BA, 1997, Westmont Coll.; JD, 2001, St. John's. Note & Comment Ed., Pepperdine L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 2002. Att'y, Duchanin Law Firm Long Beach CA, 2002-2003; Dir., Legal Aid Clinic & Ass't Prof. Pepperdine, Since 2003. Subjects: Family Law; Family Law Clinic; Legal Aid Clinic.

Robert K. Stumberg (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: STUMBERG, ROBERT K. (M) Prof. of Law & Dir., Harrison Inst. for Public Law., Georgetown. b.1950. BA, 1972, Macalester Coll.; JD, 1975, Georgetown; LLM, 1978, Georgetown. Admitted: MO, 1975; DC, 1977; MD, 1981; MD, 1981. Fellow, Georgetown, 1975 - 1977; Dep. Dir., DC Proj., 1977-1980; Co-Dir., Harrison Inst., 1980-1989; Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, 1984-1990; Policy Dir., Cntr. for Policy Alternatives, Washington, DC, 1987-1992; Clin. Dir., Harrison Inst. for Public Law Georgetown, 1989-2006; Prof., Georgetown, Since 1990; Dir., Harrison Inst. for Public Law, Since 2005. Subjects: Harrison Institute policy clinic (S); Legislation (S); Local Government (S). Books & Awards: Legis. Sourcebook on Financial Deregulation, 1988; Legis. Sourcebook on Family and Med. Lv., 1990; Banking on the States: The Next Generation of Reinvestment Stands., 1990; Int'l Investor Rts. and Local Economic Dev., 1999. Member: Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n; Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Sigma Alpha. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Wash. Cntr. for the Study of Servs., since 1981; Trustee, Com. of 100 on the Fed. City, 1988-90; Adv'y Com., Int'l Legis. Drafting Inst., Tulane, since 1994.

Emily Suski (Georgia State University College of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: SUSKI, EMILY Legal Instr. HeLP Clinic, Georgia State.

Carol Suzuki (University of New Mexico School of Law)
Session: Just Do It? Whether to Incorporate Social Justice Theory in Every Clinical Experience and If So, How
Bio: SUZUKI, CAROL (F) Prof., New Mexico. AB, 1986, Stanford; JD, 1991, Columbia. Ed., Colum. J. Gender & L.; Mng. Ed., Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. Sr. Staff Att'y, HIV Law Proj. NYC, 1995-1998; Dep. Dir., 1998-1999; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Dist. of Columbia, 1999-2001; Robert M. Cover Fel., Yale, 2001-2003; Ass't Prof., 2003-2006; Assoc. Prof., 2006 - 2009; Professor, Univ. of New Mexico Sch. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: AIDS and the Law (S); Bioethics (S); Community Lawyering Clinic; Refugee and Asylum Law; Torts. Member: CLEA.

Ms. Shana Tabak (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Teaching What We Don't Know: Strategies for Mindful Learning while Teaching
Bio: TABAK, SHANA , American.

Nina W. Tarr (University of Illinois College of Law)
Session: The Pedagogical Benefits and Practical Pitfalls of Involving Students in the Establishment of New Clinics and Initiatives
Bio: TARR, NINA W. (F) Professor, Illinois. b.1952. BS, 1973, So. Illinois; MA, 1975, Wash., St. Louis; JD, 1979, Iowa. Iowa L. Rev. Admitted: MN, 1979; IL, 1987. Clerk, MN Sup. Ct. St. Paul, 1979-1980; Staff Att'y, SMRLS-Legal Aid St. Paul, 1980-1984; Clin. Supv'r, Wm. Mitchell, 1984-1986; Ass't Prof., No. Illinois, 1986-1988; Assoc. Prof., Washburn, 1988-1994; Prof., 1994-1995; Dir., Law Clinic, 1995-2006; Prof., Illinois, Since 1995; Vis. Prof., Wash. St. Louis, 2003-2004. Subjects: Clinic; Conflict Resolution; Evidence; Family Law; Food Policy (S); Professional Responsibility. Consultantships: Bd. of Eds., Clinic Law Rev.

Kelly S. Terry (University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law)
Session: Creating, Adapting and Assessing Clinical Experiences
Bio: TERRY, KELLY S. (F) Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Externship Progs. & Pro Bono Opportunities., Ark., Little Rock. b.1969. BA, 1991, Hendrix Coll.; JD, 1994, Ark., Fayetteville. Ed.-in-Ch., Ark. L. Rev. Admitted: AR, 1994. Trial Att'y, U.S. DOJ D.C., 1994-1997; Ass't Att'y Gen., Ark. Att'y Gen.'s Off. Little Rock, 1997-2000; Part., Williams & Anderson PLC Little Rock, 2000-2006; Ass't Prof., Ark. Little Rock, Since 2006; Dir., Externship Progs. & Pro Bono Opportunities, Since 2006. Subjects: Education Law; Poverty Law (S); Public Service Externship (S). Member: ; Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n.

Kelly S. Terry (University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: TERRY, KELLY S. (F) Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Externship Progs. & Pro Bono Opportunities., Ark., Little Rock. b.1969. BA, 1991, Hendrix Coll.; JD, 1994, Ark., Fayetteville. Ed.-in-Ch., Ark. L. Rev. Admitted: AR, 1994. Trial Att'y, U.S. DOJ D.C., 1994-1997; Ass't Att'y Gen., Ark. Att'y Gen.'s Off. Little Rock, 1997-2000; Part., Williams & Anderson PLC Little Rock, 2000-2006; Ass't Prof., Ark. Little Rock, Since 2006; Dir., Externship Progs. & Pro Bono Opportunities, Since 2006. Subjects: Education Law; Poverty Law (S); Public Service Externship (S). Member: ; Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n.

Kimberly A. Thomas (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: More than Mindful in the Face of Constitutional Crisis: The Case Study of Juvenile Life Without Parole and Post-Miller Implementation Work
Bio: THOMAS, KIMBERLY A. (F) Clin. Prof., Michigan. BS, 1994, Maryland; JD, 1999, Harvard. Ed.-in-Ch., Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 2000; MI, 2004. Clerk, Hon. R. Guy Cole U.S.C.A. 6th Cir. Columbus OH, 1999-2000; Staff Att'y/Ass't Public Defender, Defender Ass'n of Phila. PA, 2000-2003; Clin. Ass't Prof., Michigan, Since 2004. Subjects: Clinical Law (S); Clinical Law; Juvenile Justice Clinic (S); Criminal Law; Criminal Sentencing (S). Member: Phi Beta Kappa.

Dana A. Thompson (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: Community and Personal Engagement: Finding Meaning in Our Work
Bio: THOMPSON, DANA A. (F) Clin. Ass't Prof., Michigan. AB, 1994, Bryn Mawr; JD, 1999, Michigan. Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1999; MI, 2006. Assoc., Morrison & Foerster LLP San Fran., 1999-2003; Assoc. Att'y, Miller Starr & Regalia Walnut Creek CA, 2003-2004; Reg. Att'y, The Nature Conservancy San Fran., 2004-2005; Vis. Clin. Ass't Prof., Michigan, 2005-2006; Ass't Clin. Prof., Wayne St. Univ. Law Sch., 2006 - 2009; Clin. Ass't Prof., Univ. of Michigan Law Sch., 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Law Internship; Small Business Enterprises and Nonprofit Corporations Clinic (S); Urban Communities Clinic (S).

Eda (Katie) Katharine Tinto (Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: TINTO, EDA (KATIE) KATHARINE , Cardozo.

Sarah Valentine (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Clinicians as Curricular Change Agents: Incorporating Experiential Learning Across the Curriculum in a Time of “Reform”
Bio: VALENTINE, SARAH (F) Dir. of Student Affrs. & Assoc. Prof., CUNY at Queens. MLIS, 1985, Fla. St.; JD, 1989, Fla. St. Admitted: NY, 1991. Subjects: Legal Research I and II.

Michael S Vastine (St. Thomas University School of Law)
Session: The Role of Clinicians and Clinical Insights in Law School Curriculum Reform and Experiential Education Initiatives
Bio: VASTINE, MICHAEL SCOTT Director, Immig. Clinic & Ass't Prof. of Law, St. Thomas. b.1972. BM, 1995, Oberlin Conservatory of Music; MMus, 1997, Temple Univ.; JD, 2001, Georgetown. Admitted: DC, 2002; FL, 2005. Att'y, Cath. Legal Immig. Network Miami, 2001-2003; Att'y, Immig. Law & Litig. Grp., 2003-2005; Clin. Instr., St. Thomas, 2004-2005; Ass't Professor and Dir., St. Thomas Univ. Sch. of Law, 2005 - Pres. Subjects: Immigration Clinic.

Valorie K. Vojdik (University of Tennessee College of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: VOJDIK, VALORIE K. (F) Prof. and Dir. of Clin. Programs, Tennessee. b.1959. AB, 1982, Brown Univ.; JD, 1986, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1987; MA, 1998. Assoc., Teitlebaum Miller Rodman Paden & Hibsher NY, 1988-1990; Assoc., Shearman & Sterling NY 1986-88, 1990-1994; Lawyering Instr., New York Univ, 1994-1997; Ass't Prof., Western New England, 1997-2004; Assoc. Prof., W. Va. Univ., Since 2004. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Employment; Family Law; Feminist Legal Theory (S); Professional Responsibility. Member: CLEA.; Law & Soc. Ass'n.

Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia (The Pennsylvania State University – Penn State Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: WADHIA, SHOBA SIVAPRASAD (F) Clin. Prof. and Dir., Cntr. for Immigrants' Rts., Penn State - Dickinson. b.1975. BA (Hons), 1996, Ind., Maurer; JD, 1999, Georgetown. Sr. Notes Editor, Georgetown Immig. Law Jour. Admitted: NJ, 2000; MD, 2000. Subjects: Asylum and Refugee Law ; Center for Immigrants' Rights; Immigration Law and Policy. Consultantships: Comm'r, ABA Commission on Immigration , since 2010.

Heather K. Way (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: Infusing the 1L Curriculum with Experiential Learning and Clinical Pedagogy
Bio: WAY, HEATHER K. (F) Lecturer/Director, Univ. of Texas. Admitted: TX, 1996. Subjects: Community Development Clinic (S).

Anita M. Weinberg (Loyola University Chicago School of Law)
Session: Community and Personal Engagement: Finding Meaning in Our Work
Bio: WEINBERG, ANITA M. (F) Clin. Prof. & Dir., Child Law Policy Inst., Loyola, Chicago. b.1953. BA, 1974, Michigan; MSSW, 1977, Columbia; JD, 1986, Loyola, Chgo. Admitted: IL, 1986. Supv'g Att'y, Jewish Children & Fam. Servs. Chgo., 1986-1987; Att'y & Supv'g Att'y, Cook Cty. Off. of the Public Guardian Chgo., 1987-1990; Sr. Fel., Off. of the Gov'r Chgo., 1990-1991; Staff Att'y, Children's Rts. Proj. Legal Assist. Fdn. of Chgo., 1991-1994; Dir., Policy IL Dep't of Children & Fam. Serv. Off. of Inspector Gen. Chgo., 1994-1998; Clin. Prof. & Dir., Child Law Policy Inst. Loyola Chgo., Since 1998. Subjects: Child Law Legislation (S); ChildLaw Legislation Clinic (S); Comparative Domestic Violence Law (S); Domestic Violence (S); Interdisciplinary Child Law (S); Law & Social Work (S). Books & Awards: Establishing Parent Involvement in Foster Care Agencies (with Blumenthal), 1984. Consultantships: Chair, IL St. Bar Ass'n, 1997-98; Chair, IL Lead Safe Housing Task Force, since 1999; Co-Chair, IL Lead Safe Housing Adv'y Coun., since 2004; Chair, Cook County Juvenile Court Child-Parent Visiting Task Force, since 2005.

Anna Welch (University of Maine School of Law)
Session: The Law School Clinician as Part of and a Partner with the Community
Bio: WELCH, ANNA , Maine.

Virgil O. Wiebe (University of St. Thomas School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: WIEBE, VIRGIL O. Dir., Clin. Educ. & Assoc. Prof., St. Thomas-Mpl. b.1964. BA, 1986, Kansas St. Univ.; M Phil, 1989, Oxford Univ., England; JD, 1994, New York Univ; LLM, 2001, Georgetown. Staff Ed., N.Y.U. J. Int'l L. & Pol. Admitted: NY, 1995; MN, 2003. Clerk, Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV S.D. NY, 1994-1995; Supv'g Att'y, Interfaith Community Servs./Lutheran Immig. & Refugee Serv. NYC, 1995-1999; Advocacy Fel., Cntr. for Applied Legal Studies Georgetown, 1999-2001; Vis. Ass't Prof., Maryland, 2001-2002; Dir., CLE & Assoc. Prof. St. Thomas Mpls., Since 2002. Subjects: Clinical Legal Education; Immigration. Member: Am. Immig. Lawyers Ass'n; Nat'l Lawyers Guild. Consultantships: Internat'l Law Consult., Mennonite Central Com., since 1992; Bd. Mem., Mines Adv'y Grp. America, since 2002.

Virgil O. Wiebe (University of St. Thomas School of Law)
Session: Motivating Self-Care: Moving from "Good Ideas" to "Good Practices"
Bio: WIEBE, VIRGIL O. Dir., Clin. Educ. & Assoc. Prof., St. Thomas-Mpl. b.1964. BA, 1986, Kansas St. Univ.; M Phil, 1989, Oxford Univ., England; JD, 1994, New York Univ; LLM, 2001, Georgetown. Staff Ed., N.Y.U. J. Int'l L. & Pol. Admitted: NY, 1995; MN, 2003. Clerk, Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV S.D. NY, 1994-1995; Supv'g Att'y, Interfaith Community Servs./Lutheran Immig. & Refugee Serv. NYC, 1995-1999; Advocacy Fel., Cntr. for Applied Legal Studies Georgetown, 1999-2001; Vis. Ass't Prof., Maryland, 2001-2002; Dir., CLE & Assoc. Prof. St. Thomas Mpls., Since 2002. Subjects: Clinical Legal Education; Immigration. Member: Am. Immig. Lawyers Ass'n; Nat'l Lawyers Guild. Consultantships: Internat'l Law Consult., Mennonite Central Com., since 1992; Bd. Mem., Mines Adv'y Grp. America, since 2002.

Cindy Wilson (Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law)
Session: Engaging Field Placement Attorneys: Building a Community of Mindful Supervisors
Bio: WILSON, CYNTHIA (F) Clin. Assoc. Prof., Northwestern. b.1960. BA, 1982, Knox Coll.; JD, 1986, Northwestern. Arts. Ed., J. of Crim. L. & Criminology. Admitted: IL, 1986. Assoc., Sachnoff & Weaver Chgo., 1986-1990; Jud'l Clerk, Just. Seymore Simon Sup. Ct. of IL Chgo., 1987-1988; Proj. Dir., Chgo. Lawyers' Com. for Civil Rts. Chgo., 1990-2000; Sr. Lect., Northwestern, 2000-2005; Clin. Assoc. Prof., Since 2005. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Ethics. Member: Order of the Coif.

Erika Wilson (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: Working Group Discussions
Bio: WILSON, ERIKA , Univ. of No. Ca.

Erika Wilson (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Works in Progress
Bio: WILSON, ERIKA , Univ. of No. Ca.

Stephanie Wilson (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Smells Like Team Spirit: How To Leverage Clinician, Librarian, Legal Writing, and Externship Resources Into A Comprehensive Skills Program - Seattle Style!
Bio: WILSON, STEPHANIE Head of Ref. Serv., Library, Seattle.

Lucille Wood (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: Infusing the 1L Curriculum with Experiential Learning and Clinical Pedagogy

Joanna Woolman (Mitchell Hamline School of Law)
Session: Opening Plenary Session – The Pursuit of Happiness
Bio: WOOLMAN, JOANNA, Wm. Mitchell.

Steve Zeidman (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Clinicians as Curricular Change Agents: Incorporating Experiential Learning Across the Curriculum in a Time of “Reform”
Bio: ZEIDMAN, STEVE (M) Prof. & Director, Crim. Defense Clinic, CUNY at Queens. b.1956. BA, 1978, SUNY at Albany; JD, 1981, Duke. Admitted: NY, 1982. Supv'g Att'y, The Legal Aid Soc. NYC, 1981-1989; Assoc. Prof., New York Univ., 1990-1999; Exec. Dir., The Fund for Modern Cts. NYC, 1999-2002; Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Crim. Defense Clinic CUNY at Queens, 2002-2007; Prof., Since 2007. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Criminal Procedure; Evidence. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Prisoners' Legal Servs. of NY, since 2000; Oversight Com., NY Appellate Div., Indigent Defense Org., since 2003; Comm. on the Future of Indigent Defense Servs., NY Off. of Ct. Admin., since 2004.

Christine Zuni Cruz (University of New Mexico School of Law)
Session: Community Engagement, Mindfulness, and Cross-Racial Coalition Building
Bio: ZUNI CRUZ, CHRISTINE Prof., New Mexico. b.1956. BA, 1980, Stanford; JD, 1982, New Mexico. Admitted: NM, 1984. Staff Att'y, Indian Pueblo Legal Servs. Santa Ana Pueblo NM, 1982-1983; Judge, Pueblo of Laguna Laguna Pueblo NM, 1983; Att'y, Priv. Prac. Isleta Pueblo NM, 1984-1993; Judge, Pueblo of Taos Taos Pueblo NM, 1989-1991; Ct. Judge, S.W. Intertribal Ct. of App. Albuq., 1991-1995; Judge, Pueblo of Isleta Ct. of Tax App. Isleta Pueblo NM, Since 1992; Admin'r, 1993; Vis. Ass't Prof., New Mexico, 1994-2000; Assoc. Prof., 2000-2002; Prof., Since 2002. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (Indian Law Clinic); Clinical Teaching (Indian Law Clinic); Indian Law (NM Pueblos) (S). Consultantships: Adv'y Bd., Am. Correctional Ass'n, Cultural Difference for Juv. Just. Officials Proj., since 1991; Mem., NM Juv. Just. Adv'y Com., since 1995.

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