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2013 Conference on Clinical Legal Education
Date: April 27 — May 1, 2013
Location: Caribe Hilton

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Bryan L. Adamson (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Outside the In-House Clinic: Teaching Students to Learn From Practice Settings
Bio: ADAMSON, BRYAN L. Assoc. Prof., Seattle. b.1963. PhB, 1985, Miami Univ.; BS, 1985; MA, 1987, Purdue Univ.; JD, 1990, Case Western Res. Admitted: OH, 1990; WA, 2003. Assoc. Att'y, Squire Sanders & Dempsey Cleve., 1990-1993; Ass't Prosecuting Att'y, Cuyahoga Cty. Prosecutor's Off. Cleve., 1994-1995; Assoc. Prof., Case Western Res., 1995-2002; Ass't Prof., Seattle, 2002-2006; Assoc. Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Mass Media Law & Policy. Consultantships: Exec. Bd., CLEA, since 2001; Exec. Bd., Sect. on Clin. Legal Educ., AALS, since 2000, Chair-Elect, 2002-03, Chair, 2003-04; Bd. Mem., SALT, since 2006.

Wendi J Adelson (Florida State University College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: "Exactly How Big is This Tent? The Clown Care Conundrum for Interdisciplinary Clinics
Bio: ADELSON, WENDI J. Vis. Clin. Prof., Fla. State.

Muneer I. Ahmad (Yale Law School)
Session: Are We Abandoning the In-House Clinic? In-House Clinics, Hybrid/Community-Based Clinics, and Experiential Practicum/Lab Courses. Oh My!
Bio: AHMAD, MUNEER I. (M) Clin. Prof. of Law, Yale. AB, 1993, Harvard; JD, 1996, Harvard. Admitted: NY, 1997; CA, 1997; DC, 2003. Clerk, Hon. William K. Sessions III U.S.D.C. Burlington VT, 1996-1997; Skadden Fel., Asian Pacific Am. Legal Cntr. L.A., 1997-1999; Staff Att'y, 1999-2001; Ass't Prof., American, 2001-2004; Assoc. Prof., American, 2004 - 2007; Prof. of Law, American, 2007 - 2009. Subjects: Immigration Law; Transnational Development Clinic; Worker and Immigrant Rights Advocacy Clinic. Consultantships: Bd. of Adv'rs, So. Asian Am. Leaders for Tomorrow, since 2006.

Jane H. Aiken (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Plenary Session - Cross-Fertilization: Integrating Pedagogies
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 (New York University School of Law)
Amna Akbar (New York University School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Policing in the Modern Era

Alicia Alvarez (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - The Changing Face of Clinical Legal Education: Models, Pedagogies, and Opportunities for Transfer
Bio: ALVAREZ, ALICIA (F) Clin. Prof. & Dir., Urban Communities Clin., Michigan. JD, 1985, Boston Coll. Admitted: IL, 1985; MI, 2006. Staff Att'y, Legal Assist. Fdn. Chgo., Chicago, Illinois, 1985-1988; Staff Att'y, Bus. & Prof'l People for the Public Interest Chgo., Chicago, Illionois, 1988-1989; Ass't Prof., De Paul Univ. Coll. of Law, 1989-1993; Clin. Assoc. Prof., DePaul Univ. Coll. of Law, 1993-2006; Clin. Prof., Michigan, Since 2006. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; International Law; Welfare Law. Member: . Consultantships: Fulbright Scholar, Univ. of El Salvador, 2000-01.

Putri Amanda (Djokosoetono Research Center)
Kimberly Ambrose (University of Washington School of Law)
Session: Bellow Scholars Program Report on Projects
Bio: AMBROSE, KIMBERLY Lecturer, Wash., Seattle.

Kimberly Ambrose (University of Washington School of Law)

Kimberly Ambrose (University of Washington School of Law)
Claudia Angelos (New York University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Confronting Criminal Injustice Through Clinical Partnerships with the Public Interest Bar
Bio: ANGELOS, CLAUDIA (F) Clin. Prof., New York Univ. b.1950. BA, 1971, Radcliffe; JD, 1974, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 1974; NY, 1978. Staff Att'y, Greater Boston Legal Servs. MA, 1974-1976; Staff Att'y, Prisoners' Legal Servs. of NY NYC, 1976-1979; Res. Instr., New York Univ., 1979-1980; Clin. Ass't Prof., 1980-1986; Clin. Assoc. Prof., 1986-1992; Clin. Prof., Since 1992. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S). Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Director; Gen. Counsel, New York Civil Liberties Union, since 1995; Director; Exec. Com., ACLU, since 2004; Director; Tres., Clinical Legal Education Association, since 2006.

Amy G. Applegate (Indiana University Maurer School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Design Choices for Developing and Enhancing Mediation Clinics
Bio: APPLEGATE, AMY G. (F) Clin. Prof., Ind., Maurer. b.1956. BA, 1978, Cornell; JD, 1981, Harvard. Admitted: DC, 1981; OH, 1988; IN, 1998. Staff Att'y, Div. of Enforcement S.E.C. DC, 1982-1984; Assoc., Dickstein Shapiro & Morin DC, 1984-1987; Part., formerly Assoc. Brown Cummins & Brown Co. LPA Cincinnati, 1987-2001. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Family Mediation Course and Clinic. Books & Awards: Leonard D. Fromm Public Interest Fac. Award, 2003, 2005; Randall T. Shepard Award for Excellence in Pro Bono Public Serv., 2005. Member: Master of the Bench, The Potter Stewart Inn of Ct. (1993-00). Consultantships: Bd. of Bar Exam'rs, Sup. Ct. of OH, 1992-96; Mem., IN Pro Bono Comm., 2003-09; Co-Chair, Pro Bono Com., IN St. Bar Ass'n, 2007-09; Chair , AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Executive Committee, 2010-11; Co-Chair, Planning Committee for the 2011 AALS Conference on Clinical Legal Education, 2010-11.

George V. Baboila (University of St. Thomas Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services)
Wendy A. Bach (University of Tennessee College of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Creating a Clinic
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.

Wendy A. Bach (University of Tennessee College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Confronting Criminal Injustice Through Clinical Partnerships with the Public Interest Bar
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 (Faulkner University, Thomas Goode Jones School of Law)
Session: Cross-Fertilization Comes in Many Colors: Diverse Clinical Strategies to Address Family Violence
Bio: BAKER, JEFFREY R. Assoc. Prof. of Law, Dir. of Clin. Programs, Faulkner. 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.

Sabrina Balgamwalla (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Jodi S. Balsam (New York Law School)
Session: Concurrent Session: Expanding Lawyering Skills: Out of the Courtroom and into the Studio
Bio: BALSAM, JODI S. Assoc. Prof., NYLS. BA, 1983, Yale Coll.; JD, 1986, New York Univ. Staff Member, Annual Survey of Am. Law. Admitted: NJ, 1986; NY, 1987. Law Clerk, Ch. Judge Charles L. Brieant, Southern Dist. of New York, White Plains, New York, 1986 - 1987; Litig. Assoc., Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, New York, NY, 1987 - 1993; Law Clerk, Judge Dennis Jacobs, 2nd Cir. Ct. of App., New York, NY, 1993 - 1994; Counsel for Operations and Litig., National Football League, New York, NY, 1994 - 2002; Of Counsel, National Football League, New York, NY, 2002 - 2007; Law Clerk, Ch. Judge Dennis Jacobs, 2nd Cir. Ct. of App., New York, NY, 2007 - 2008; Acting Assistant Professor of Lawyering, NYU Sch. of Law, 2008 - 2011. Subjects: Lawyering (S); Legal Practice Skills (S). Consultantships: Counsel to the Clerk of Ct., Second Circuit Court of Appeals, since 2008.

Esther Barron (Northwestern University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Opportunities for Transactional Clinics and Litigation Clinics to Reach Out and Build Bridges in the Community
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.

Kevin M. Barry (Quinnipiac University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Finding Partners and Structuring Social Justice Policy Projects
Bio: BARRY, KEVIN M. (M) Assoc. Prof., Quinnipiac Uni. JD, 2000, Boston Coll.; LLM, 2008, Georgetown. Exec. Editor, Boston Coll. Law Rev. Admitted: MA, 2001; DC, 2006; CT, 2008. Associate, Ropes & Gray, Boston, MA, 2000 - 2003; Gov't Relations Program Ass't, Amnesty Int'l USA, Washington, DC, 2003 - 2004; Law Clerk, U.S. Dist. Ct., Providence, RI, 2004 - 2005; Law Clerk, U.S. Ct. of App. for the First Cir., Portland, ME, 2005 - 2006; Clin. Teaching Fel., Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr., 2006 - 2008. Subjects: Civil Clinic. Member: Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n.

Margaret Barry (Vermont Law School)
Session: Moderated Discussion: Challenges, Strategies, and Innovations

Benjamin H. Barton (University of Tennessee College of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Law Profession and Ethics
Bio: BARTON, BENJAMIN H. (M) Professor, Tennessee. b.1969. BA, 1991, Haverford Coll.; JD, 1996, Michigan. Exec. Note Ed., Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: MD, 1998; TN, 2003. Clerk, Hon. Diana Gribbon Motz U.S.C.A. 4th Cir. Balt., 1996-1997; Assoc., Morgon Lewis & Bockius LLP Princeton NJ, 1997-1999; Vis.Clin. Prof., Ariz. St., 1999-2001; Assoc. Prof., Tennessee, 2001 - 2010; Professor, Tennessee, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Clinical Law; Evidence; Legal Ethics; Torts. Books & Awards: The Lawyer-Judge Bias in the Am. Courts, 2011. 2010, LSAC Philip D. Shelton Award for Outstanding Research in Legal Education .Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., TN Just. Cntr., since 2001.

Priya Baskaran (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: Works in Progress: Community Economic Development
Bio: BASKARAN, PRIYA , Michigan.

Cynthia Batt (Stetson University College of Law)

Cynthia Batt (Stetson University College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Finding the Right Fit - Identifying Practices What Works for YOUR Field Placement Program
Bio: BATT, CYNTHIA Assoc. Prof. of Law and Dir. of Clin. Educ., Stetson. Subjects: Ethics in Practice; Interviewing, Counseling & Negotiation; Professional Responsibility.

Cynthia Batt (Stetson University College of Law)
Session: Works in Progess: Building on Best Practices: The Walls are Coming Down - Experiential Learning
Bio: BATT, CYNTHIA Assoc. Prof. of Law and Dir. of Clin. Educ., Stetson. Subjects: Ethics in Practice; Interviewing, Counseling & Negotiation; Professional Responsibility.

Jon Bauer (University of Connecticut School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Mediation First, or Last? A Conversation
Bio: BAUER, JON (M) Clin. Prof., Connecticut. b.1960. BA, 1981, Cornell; JD, 1984, Yale. Admitted: NY, 1985; CT, 1989. Staff Att'y, Legal Action Cntr. NY, 1984-1988; Ass't Clin. Prof., Connecticut, 1988-1994; Clin. Prof., Since 1994. Subjects: Asylum & Human Rights Clinic; Civil Rights Clinic; Employment Discrimination; Evidence; Poverty Law Clinic; Wal-Mart. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., CT Fair Housing Cntr., since 1996; Bd. of Dirs., CT Legal Servs., 1998-08; Bd. of Dirs., Connecticut Legal Rights Project, Inc., 2006-09.

Valena Beety (University of Mississippi School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Criminal Law
Bio: BEETY, VALENA (F) Res. Counsel - MS Innocence Proj., W. Va. Uni. AB, 2002, The Univ. of Chgo.; AB, 2002, The Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 2006, Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 2006, Univ. of Chgo. U. Chi. L. Rev.; 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, 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; 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; 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); Identity and Criminality: Gender, Race, and Ethnicity in the Criminal Justice System (S); Innocence Clinic; Innocence Clinic; Prisons and Civil Rights (S); Prisons and Civil Rights (S).

Kelly Behre (West Virginia University College of Law)

Emily Benfer (Loyola University Chicago School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Finding Partners and Structuring Social Justice Policy Projects
Bio: BENFER, EMILY Clin. Prof. of Law; Director, Health Justice Proj., Loyola, Chicago. JD, 2005, Ind., Indpls.; LLM, 2010, Georgetown. Notes Editor, Indiana Univ. Int'l and Comp. Law Rev. Admitted: NY, 2006; DC, 2006. Subjects: Advanced Health Justice; Advocacy Tools for the 21st Century Public Interest Lawyer; Health Justice Project; Interdisciplinary Health Advocacy; Introduction to Health Justice. Member: Soc. of Am. Law Teachers.

Paul D. Bennett (The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: BENNETT, PAUL D. (M) Clin. Prof. & Co-Director, Child and Family Law Clinic, Univ. of Ari. b.1951. BA, 1973, Bates Coll.; JD, 1976, Cornell. Admitted: NY, 1977. Staff Att'y, Orleans Legal Aid Albion NY, 1976-1979; Staff Att'y, Chemung Cty. Neighborhood Legal Servs. Ithaca NY, 1979-1983; Assoc./Part., Wiggins Holmberg Galbraith Holmberg Ithaca NY, 1983-1988; Ass't City Att'y, City of Ithaca, 1983-1988; Part., Holmberg Galbraith Holmberg Orkin & Bennett Ithaca NY, 1988-1993; Adj. Fac., Cornell, 1990-1996; Vis. Lect., 1993-1995; Dir., Child Advocacy Clinic Univ. of Ariz., 1996 - 2009; Ass't Clin. Prof., 1998-2001; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 2001-2003; Clin. Prof., 2003 - Pres; Co-Director, Child and Family Law Clinic, Univ. of Arizona, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Clinical Education (S); Family Law; Juvenile Law (S); Law and the Humanities (S); Legal Reasoning & Analysis; Legal Research & Writing (S); Professional Responsibility; Trial Advocacy. Books & Awards: 2010, John W. Strong Teaching Award.Consultantships: Co-Chair, Task Force on Prof'lism, AZ St. Bar, 2003-06.

Susan D. Bennett (American University, Washington College of Law)

William Berman (Suffolk University Law School)

Caroline Bettinger-Lopez (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: When the World is Your Community: the Challenges of Human Rights and Transnational Clinics
Bio: BETTINGER-LOPEZ, CAROLINE Assoc. Clin. Professor, Dir. Human Rts. Clinic, Miami.

W. Warren Hill Binford (Willamette University College of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Pedagogy
Bio: BINFORD, W. WARREN HILL (F) Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Clin. Law Progs., Willamette. b.1967. BA, 1989, Boston Univ.; EdM, 1993, Boston Univ.; JD, 1998, Harvard. Admitted: CA, 1999; OR, 2006. Assoc., Pillsbury Winthrop Sacramento, 1998-2005; Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Clin. Law Progs. Willamette, Since 2005. Subjects: Civil Rights and Law in Education; Clinical Teaching; Deposition Skills (S); International Children's Right (S); Negotiation. Books & Awards: 1989, Summa Cum Laude with Distinction; 1989, University Professors' Alumni Award.Member: Phi Beta Kappa.

Beryl S. Blaustone (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Considering Autonomy, Mastery, and Purpose in Diverse Clinical Models
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: Concurrent Session: "Exactly How Big is This Tent? The Clown Care Conundrum for Interdisciplinary Clinics
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: Works in Progess: Building on Best Practices: The Walls are Coming Down - Experiential Learning
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.

Sarah R. Boonin (Suffolk University Law School)

Sarah R. Boonin (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Works in Progress: Human Rights and Comparative Law
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).

Richard A. Boswell (University of California, Hastings College of the Law)

Larisa Bowman
Session: Bellow Scholars Program Report on Projects

David John Breen (Boston University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Square Pegs and Round Holes: A Variety of Pedagogically Sound Approaches to Teaching and Supervising Students Doing Prosecutorial Work in Law School Environments
Bio: BREEN, DAVID JOHN (M) Clin. Assoc. Prof., Boston Uni. b.1964. AB, 1986, Georgetown; JD, 1990, Boston Univ.; MPA, 2003, Harvard. Am. J. Law & Med. Admitted: NY, 1991; MA, 1991. Ass't D.A., Off. of NY Cty. Manhattan D.A. NYC, 1990-1996; Ass't Att'y Gen., Off. of MA Att'y Gen. Boston, 1996-1999; Ass't Corp. Counsel, Off. of Corp. Counsel City of Boston, 1999-2002; Adj. Lect. in Trial Advocacy, Boston Univ., 2002-2003; Vis. Clin. Assoc. Prof., Boston Univ., 2003-2005; Clin. Assoc. Prof., Since 2005. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Criminal Justice; Trial Advocacy. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Fenway Community Health, since 2003.

Frank A. Bress (New York Law School)

Juliet M. Brodie (Stanford Law School)
Session: Bellow Scholars Program Report on Projects
Bio: BRODIE, JULIET M. (F) Prof. & Dir. Community Law Clinic., Stanford. b.1963. AB, 1985, Brown; JD, 1991, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 1991; WI, 1992; MI, 1998; CA, 2007. Assoc., Hill & Barlow Boston, 1991-1992; Proj. Dir., Coalition of WI Aging Groups Madison, 1992-1993; Ass't Att'y Gen., WI Dept. of Just. Madison, 1993-1998; Clin. Ass't Prof., Michigan, 1998-2000; Clin. Ass't Prof., Wisconsin, 2000-2006; Vis. Prof., Stanford, 2005-2006; Assoc. Prof. , Stanford Law Sch., 2006 - Pres; Clin. Dir., Community Clinic Stanford, Since 2006; Professor, Stanford Law Sch., 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Poverty Law.

Lisa E. Brodoff (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: First-Year Live-Client Curricula: Collaborations Among Clinics, Skills Faculty, and Public Interest Organizations
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: Concurrent Session: Teaching Resilience Across a Diverse Clinical Curriculum
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.

Susan L. Brooks (Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law)

Eve Brown (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Works in Progress: Community Economic Development
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.

Susan J. Bryant (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session-Programmatic Structures
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.

Sarah M. Buel (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
Session: Holistic, Interdisciplinary and Systems Change-Focues Pedagogy and Practice with Indigent Survivors of Family Violence, Human Trafficking and Sexual Assault
Bio: BUEL, SARAH M. (F) Clin. Prof. & Director, Diane Halle Cntr. for Family Justice, Ariz. State. b.1953. BA, 1987, Harvard Ext. Sch.; JD, 1990, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 1990. Prosecutor, Middlesex Cty. D.A.'s Off. Cambridge MA, 1990-1991; Prosecutor, Suffolk Cty. D.A.'s Off. Boston, 1992-1993; Legal Scholar, Radcliffe-Bunting Inst. Cambridge, 1993-1994; Prosecutor, Norfolk Cty. D.A.'s Off. Quincy MA 1991-92, 1994-1996; Clincal Prof., Univ. of Texas, 1997-2003; Clin. Prof., Since 2001. Subjects: Criminal Law; Domestic Violence & the Law; Domestic Violence Clinic; Torts. Consultantships: Comm. Mem., ABA Comm. on Domestic Violence, since 1994; Co-Chair, ABA Committee, Women In Criminal Justice System, since 2006; Adv. Bd. Mem., Family Justice Center Alliance, since 2007.

Sande Buhai (Loyola Law School )
Session: Designing Seminar Components for In-House Clinics and Externships: Separate Worlds or Untapped Opportunities?
Bio: BUHAI, SANDE (F) Clin. Prof. & Fac. Public Interest Dir., Loyola, LA. b.1956. BA, 1979, U.C.L.A.; JD, 1982, Loyola, LA. Note Ed., Int'l L.J.; Note Ed., Loyola L.A. Int'l Law J. Admitted: CA, 1982. Res. Att'y, L.A. Cty. Superior Ct. CA, 1982-1984; Dep. Att'y Gen., St. of CA L.A., 1984-1989; Vis. Assoc. Prof. & Legal Dir., Western Law Cntr. for Disability Rts. Loyola L.A., 1989-1994; Dir., Public Interest Dept, 2002-2003; Clin. Prof., Since 1994. Subjects: Administrative Law; Appellate Advocacy; Ethical Lawyering; Remedies; Rights of Elderly & Disabled. Member: St. Thomas More. Consultantships: Com. on Prof'l Respon. & Competence, St. Bar of CA, 1996-99; Bd. of Dirs., Disability Rts. Legal Center, 2000-08; Bd. of Dirs., UnCommon Good, 2001-07.

Christine Butler (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: BUTLER, CHRISTINE Practitioner in Residence, Suffolk.

Jason Cade (New York University School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Immigration Law
Bio: CADE, JASON Acting Ass't Prof. of Lawyering, New York Univ.

Sylvia Caley (Georgia State University College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: "Exactly How Big is This Tent? The Clown Care Conundrum for Interdisciplinary Clinics
Bio: CALEY, SYLVIA Assoc. Clin. Professor, Director, Health Law Partnership (HeLP), Co-Assoc. Director, HeLP Clinic, Georgia State. MBA, 1986, Georgia St. Univ.; JD, 1989, Georgia St. Admitted: GA, 1989. Mng. Att'y AIDS Legal Proj., Atl. legal AID Soc. Atl., 1989-1998; Legis. Couns., GA. Dept. of Community Health Atl., 2000-2001. Subjects: Health Legislation & Advocacy; HeLP Legal Services Clinic; International & Comparative Health Law. Member: AALS Clin. Educ. Sect.; Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n. Consultantships: Mem., Ethics Com, Grady Health Sys., since 1992; Mem., Ethics Com., Children's Healthcare Atl., since 2006.

Janet M. Calvo (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: The Challenge of Preparing Lawyers to Obtain Quality Supervision and Mentoring in Nontraditonal Practice Settings
Bio: CALVO, JANET M. (F) Professor, CUNY at Queens. b.1947. JD, 1973, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1974. Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. NY, 1973-1977; Clin. Ass't Prof., New York Univ., 1977-1985; Assoc. Prof., CUNY at Queens, Since 1985. Subjects: Civil Clinic; Civil Procedure; Health Law (S); Immigration & Nationality Law; Legal Approaches to Social Problems (S); Legislation (S); Urban Law (S). Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Cntr. for Immigrants' Rts., since 1986; Bd. of Dirs., Cntr. for Social Welfare Policy, since 1990.

Ann M. Cammett (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Cross-Fertilization: Integrating Pedagogies
Bio: CAMMETT, ANN M. Assoc. Prof., Nevada, Las Vegas. Subjects: Civil Procedure I and II; Family Justice Clinic.

A. Rachel Camp (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Works in Progress: Family Law
Bio: CAMP, A. RACHEL Vis. Assoc. Prof. of Law, Georgetown.

Kristina Campbell (University of the District of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Sessions: Beyond Live-Client Litigation: The Integration of Community Advocacy and Organizational Collaboration in In-House Immigration Clinics
Bio: CAMPBELL, KRISTINA (F) Ass't Prof. and Director, Immig. & Human Rts. Clinic, District of Columbia. b.1975. BA, 1997, Saint Mary's Coll.; JD, 2002, Notre Dame. Mng. Editor, Notre Dame Jour. of Law, Ethics and Public Policy. Admitted: VA, 2002; AZ, 2004; CA, 2007. Vis. Lect., Univ. of Denver Sturm Coll. of Law, 2009 - 2010; Ass't Prof., Univ. of the Dist. of Columbia David A. Clarke Sch. of Law, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Employment Discrimination (S); Immigration and Human Rights Clinic (S); Immigration and Human Rights Clinic (S); Immigration Law.

Eduardo R. Capulong (University of Montana School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: First-Year Live-Client Curricula: Collaborations Among Clinics, Skills Faculty, and Public Interest Organizations
Bio: CAPULONG, EDUARDO R. Assoc. Prof., Montana. BA, 1986, New York Univ.; Juris Doctor, 1991, CUNY at Queens. Admitted: NJ, 1991; NY, 1991; MT, 2009. Pro Se Law Clerk, U.S. Ct. of App. for the 2nd Cir., New York, 1991 - 1993; Att'y, Weston & Capulong Bklyn., 1992-1995; Karpatkin Fel., Am. CLU, New York, 1993 - 1994; Partner, Weston & Capulong, New York, 1994 - 1996; Sr. Policy Analyst, Community Serv. Soc., New York, 1994 - 1996; Policy Assoc., No. CA Coalition for Immig. Rts. San Fran., 1997-1999; Public Policy Assoc., No. CA Coalition for Immigrant Rts., San Francisco, 1997 - 1999; Dir., Public Interest Policy Prog. & Lect. Stanford, 1999-2003; Dir. of Public Interest and Public Policy Programs, and Lecturer in Law, Stanford Law Sch., 1999 - 2003; Acting Assistant Professor of Lawyering, New York Univ. Sch. of Law, 2004 - 2007. Subjects: Cause Lawyering (S); Lawyering; Mediation Clinic, Mediation Seminar, Advanced Mediation Seminar (S); Public Interest Law Practice (S). Books & Awards: 2009, Robert and Pauline Poore Law Faculty Service Award.Member: Soc. of Am. Law Teachers; Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n; Northwest Clinicians Conf.; Law & Soc. Assn. Consultantships: Of Counsel, Public Interest Law Cntr., Manila, Philippines, since 1992; Mem., Montana Bar Association, Dispute Resolution Committee, 2009-10.

Camille Carey (University of New Mexico School of Law)
Session: Holistic, Interdisciplinary and Systems Change-Focues Pedagogy and Practice with Indigent Survivors of Family Violence, Human Trafficking and Sexual Assault
Bio: CAREY, CAMILLE (F) Ass't Prof., New Mexico. JD, 2001, U.C.L.A. Admitted: NY, 2002; CT, 2008. Fellow/Staff Att'y, The Legal Aid Soc. of New York, New York, NY, 2001 - 2007; Cover Fellow/Clinical Lect., Yale Law Sch., 2007 - 2009; Ass't Prof., Univ. of New Mexico Sch. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Community Lawyering Clinic; Immigrants' Rights (S); Torts.

Anna E. Carpenter (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Bellow Scholars Program Report on Projects

Alyson Carrel
Session: AALS Reception with Posters

Timothy M. Casey (California Western School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Pedagogy
Bio: CASEY, TIMOTHY M. (M) Professor, Cal. Western. JD, 1992, UC, Hastings; LLM, 2002, Columbia. Sr. Res. & Sym. Ed., Hastings Comm. Ent. L.J. Admitted: CA, 1993; NY, 1994; OH, 2004. Trial Att'y, The Legal Aid Soc. NYC, 1994-1999; Trial Trainer, 1999; Appellate Att'y, 2000-2001; Assoc.-in-Law, Columbia, 2002-2004; Assoc. Prof., Case Western Res., Since 2004; Professor, Case Western Res. Univ., 2007 - Pres; Vis. Prof., California Western Sch. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Criminal Justice Clinic; Criminal Justice Clinic; International Human Rights; STEPPS (Ethical Training Program); Surveillance, Civil Liberty and National Intelligence (S). Books & Awards: 2004, Presidential Teaching Award, Columbia University; 2009, Fulbright Scholar, Argentina.

Lauren R. Choate (Saint Louis University School of Social Work)
Debra Chopp (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: Concurrent Session: Facing and Embracing Risk in Litigation, Multidisciplinary, and Transactional Clinics
Bio: CHOPP, DEBRA Clin. Ass't Prof., Michigan. Admitted: NY, 2003; MI, 2005. Subjects: Poverty Law in a Medical-Legal Collaborative (S).

Christine N. Cimini (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Policing in the Modern Era
Bio: CIMINI, CHRISTINE N. (F) Assoc. Prof., Vermont. b.1967. BA, 1989, Clark Univ.; BA, 1989, Clark Univ.; JD, 1992, Connecticut; JD, 1992, Connecticut. Notes and Comments Editor, Connecticut Jour. of Intl' Law. ; Notes and Comments Editor, Connecticut Jour. of Intl' Law. Admitted: CT, 1992; CT, 1992; OR, 1996; OR, 1996; CO, 1998; CO, 1998. Staff Att'y, Neighborhood Legal Servs. Hartford CT, 1992-1993; Staff Att'y, Neighborhood Legal Servs. Hartford CT, 1992-1993; Clin. Tchg. Fel., Yale, 1993-1996; Clin. Tchg. Fel., Yale, 1993-1996; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Servs. of OR Portland, 1996-1998; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Servs. of OR Portland, 1996-1998; Staff Att'y, ACLU of CO Denver, 1998-1999; Staff Att'y, ACLU of CO Denver, 1998-1999; Ass't Prof., Denver, 1999-2006; Ass't Prof., Denver, 1999-2006; Assoc. Prof., Since 2006; Assoc. Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Litigation Clinic; Civil Litigation Clinic. Member: AALS (Litig. Sect., 2001-02, Exec. Com., 2003-06, Clin. Sect., Co-Chair Reg. Conf. Com.).; Am. Bar Association, Sect. of Legal Educ. and Admission to the Bar, Clin. Skills Com.; CLEA (Bd. of Dirs., since 2004); AALS (Litig. Sect., 2001-02, Exec. Com., 2003-06, Clin. Sect., Co-Chair Reg. Conf. Com.).; Am. Bar Association, Sect. of Legal Educ. and Admission to the Bar, Clin. Skills Com.; CLEA (Bd. of Dirs., since 2004).

Christine N. Cimini (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Closing Remarks
Bio: CIMINI, CHRISTINE N. (F) Assoc. Prof., Vermont. b.1967. BA, 1989, Clark Univ.; BA, 1989, Clark Univ.; JD, 1992, Connecticut; JD, 1992, Connecticut. Notes and Comments Editor, Connecticut Jour. of Intl' Law. ; Notes and Comments Editor, Connecticut Jour. of Intl' Law. Admitted: CT, 1992; CT, 1992; OR, 1996; OR, 1996; CO, 1998; CO, 1998. Staff Att'y, Neighborhood Legal Servs. Hartford CT, 1992-1993; Staff Att'y, Neighborhood Legal Servs. Hartford CT, 1992-1993; Clin. Tchg. Fel., Yale, 1993-1996; Clin. Tchg. Fel., Yale, 1993-1996; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Servs. of OR Portland, 1996-1998; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Servs. of OR Portland, 1996-1998; Staff Att'y, ACLU of CO Denver, 1998-1999; Staff Att'y, ACLU of CO Denver, 1998-1999; Ass't Prof., Denver, 1999-2006; Ass't Prof., Denver, 1999-2006; Assoc. Prof., Since 2006; Assoc. Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Litigation Clinic; Civil Litigation Clinic. Member: AALS (Litig. Sect., 2001-02, Exec. Com., 2003-06, Clin. Sect., Co-Chair Reg. Conf. Com.).; Am. Bar Association, Sect. of Legal Educ. and Admission to the Bar, Clin. Skills Com.; CLEA (Bd. of Dirs., since 2004); AALS (Litig. Sect., 2001-02, Exec. Com., 2003-06, Clin. Sect., Co-Chair Reg. Conf. Com.).; Am. Bar Association, Sect. of Legal Educ. and Admission to the Bar, Clin. Skills Com.; CLEA (Bd. of Dirs., since 2004).

Bradford Colbert (William Mitchell College of Law)

Liz Ryan Cole (Vermont Law School)
Session: Distant Externships
Bio: COLE, LIZ RYAN (F) Prof., Dir., Sem.-in-Practice Prog., Vermont. b.1947. BA, 1968, Oberlin; JD, 1973, Boston Univ. Admitted: CA, 1973; CT, 1978; VT, 1984. VISTA/Staff Att'y, Santa Clara Cty. Legal Servs. San Jose 1974-75, San Jose, CA, 1976-1977; Att'y, Katz Cole & Beam San Jose, 1975-1976; Trng. Coord'r, Trng. & Advocacy Proj. New Haven CT, 1978-1980; Reg. Trng. Coord'r, Legal Servs. Corp. NYC, 1980-1984; Dir., Career Servs. Vermont, 1984-1985; Dir., Sem.-in-Prac., Since 1984; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 1986-2000; Prof., Since 2000. Subjects: Professional Responsibility; Semester in Practice (S). Member: CLEA (Pres. 1992-93).; SALT; Global Alliance for Justice Educ. (GAJE). Consultantships: Mem., NE CoHousing Working Group, 2008-09.

Liz Ryan Cole (Vermont Law School)

Jenny-Brooke Condon (Seton Hall University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Expanding Lawyering Skills: Out of the Courtroom and into the Studio
Bio: CONDON, JENNY-BROOKE (F) Assoc. Prof., Seton Hall. b.1976. BA, 1998, Geo. Wash.; JD, 2003, Seton Hall. Arts. Ed., Seton Hall L. Rev. Admitted: NJ, 2003; NY, 2004. Clerk, NJ Sup. Ct. Somerville NJ, 2003-2004; Litig. Dir., World Org. for Human Rts. DC, 2004-2005; Clin. Fel., Seton Hall, Since 2006. Subjects: Immigration & Human Rights Clinic (S).

Kim Diana Connolly (SUNY Buffalo Law School)

Nancy L. Cook (University of Minnesota Law School)

Elizabeth B. Cooper (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - The Changing Face of Clinical Legal Education: Models, Pedagogies, and Opportunities for Transfer
Bio: COOPER, ELIZABETH B. (F) Assoc. Prof., Fordham. b.1961. BA, 1983, Pennsylvania; JD, 1988, New York Univ. Arts. Ed., Ann. Surv. Am. L. Admitted: NJ, 1988; NY, 1989. Clerk, Hon. Anne E. Thompson U.S.D.C. Dist. NJ Trenton, 1988-1990; Staff Counsel/Skadden Fel., ACLU AIDS Proj. NYC, 1990-1992; Gibbons Fel., Public Interest & Const'l Law Gibbons Del Deo Dolan Griffinger & Vecchione Newark NJ, 1992-1994; Adj. Clin. Prof., Rutgers Newark, 1993-1994; Clin. Instr., Brooklyn, 1994-1995; Assoc. Prof., Fordham, Since 1995. Subjects: AIDS & the Law (S); Clinical Teaching; Institutional Reform Through the Courts (S); Urban Policy and Legislative Advocacy Clinic & Seminar (S). Consultantships: Exec. Com., Sect. on Litig., AALS, 1997-01, Chair, 1997-02; Rptr., Issues Affecting Same-Sex Couples, NY St. Bar Ass'n, 2003-05; Exec. Com., Section on Clinical Legal Education, since 2010; Chair, AALS Committe on Clinical Legal Educatioin, since 2010.

Tanya Cooper (The University of Alabama School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Family Law
Bio: COOPER, TANYA Instructor, Alabama.

Angela B. Cornell (Cornell Law School)

Danielle Cover (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Law Profession and Ethics
Bio: COVER, DANIELLE , Baltimore.

Patience A. Crowder (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Community Economic Development
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: Plenary Session - Cross-Fertilization: Integrating Pedagogies
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)

Alina Das (New York University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Domestic Workers Rising: The Role of Legal Clinics in Transforming Rights
Bio: DAS, ALINA Ass't Prof. of Clin. Law, New York Univ.

Elizabeth A. Davis (Lewis and Clark Law School)
Session: Distant Externships
Bio: DAVIS, ELIZABETH A. (F) Assoc. Dean, Career Servs. & Alumni Rels., Lewis & Clark. b.1963. BS, 1986, Oregon St. Univ.; JD, 1993, Lewis & Clark. Admitted: OR, 1993. Att'y, Lauren Paulson Aloha OR, 1993-1994; Alumni Dir., Lewis & Clark, 1994-1995; Dir., Career Servs., 1995-2004; Ass't Dean, Career Servs., Since 2004.

Lisa Davis (City University of New York School of Law)

Lisa Davis (City University of New York School of Law)
Connie M.V. de la Vega (University of San Francisco School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Universal Rights, East, and West? The Local, Regional and Global Work of Human Rights Clinics in Kyrgyzstan and the United States
Bio: DE LA VEGA, CONNIE M.V. (F) Prof. & Acad. Dir., Int'l Progs., San Francisco. BA, 1975, Scripps Coll.; JD, 1978, UC, Berkeley. Assoc. Editor, Indus'l Rels. L. J. Admitted: CA, 1979. Mem., Cont. Educ. of the Bar Berkeley, 1979; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of Alameda Cty. Hayward CA, 1979-1982; Mng. Att'y, Oakland, 1982-1989; Student Coord'r & Staff Att'y, 1988-1989; Staff Att'y, East Palo Alto Community Law Proj. CA, 1989-1990; Ass't Clin. Prof., San Francisco, 1990-1992; Ass't Prof., 1992-1994; Prof., 1994 - Pres; Acad. Dir., Int'l Progs., 2005 - Pres. Subjects: International Human Rights Law; International Human Rights Law Clinic; The American Legal System. Books & Awards: de la Vega & Lozano-Batista, Ch. 21 in Human Rts. and Refugees, Internally Displaced Persons & Migrant Workers Essays in Honor of Joan Fitzpatrick and Arthur Helton , 2005; Int'l Human Rts. Law: An Introduction (with David Weissbrodt), 2007; "Customary Int'l Law," in 1 David P. Forsythe, Encyclopedia of Human Rts. 451 (Oxford Univ. Press, 2009); Jus Cogens," in 3 David P. Forsythe, Encyclopedia of Human Rts. 301 (Oxford Univ. Press, 2009)., 2009. 2011, Sarlo Prize.Member: Am. Soc. of Int'l Law. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Human Rts. Advocates (int'l org. with counsult. status @ U.N.), since 1978; Adv'y Bd. Mem., Human Rights Institute at Columbia University, since 2008.

D. Christopher Dearborn (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Concurrent Session: Using Student Role Models to Establish Aspirational Professional Identity Goals and Develop Self-Evaluation Criteria
Bio: DEARBORN, D. CHRISTOPHER (M) Assoc. Clin. Prof., Suffolk. b.1968. BA, 1990, St. Lawerence Univ.; MS, 1995; JD, 1995, Vermont. Admitted: VT, 1995; MA, 1997. Contract Public Defender, St. of VT So. Royalton, 1995-1996; Of Counsel, Carroll George & Pratt Rutland VT, 1996; Public Defender, Com. for Public Counsel Servs. Salem MA, 1996-2005; Sr. Assoc., Rankin & Sultan Boston, 2006-2007; Ass't Clin. Prof., Suffolk, Since 2007. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Trial Advocacy.

Robert D. Dinerstein (American University, Washington College of Law)

Erin E. Doran (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Law and Society

Justine Dunlap (University of Massachusetts School of Law - Dartmouth)

Tracye Edwards (Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Does It Take Two to Tango? Exploring the Pedagogy of Teaching Collaboration Skills Across Different Clinical Models (In-House Clinics, Field Clinics & Externships)
Bio: EDWARDS, TRACYE Auxiliary Ass't Prof. of Co-operative Educ., Drexel. BA (Hons), 1988, Goucher Coll.; JD, 1994, Duke. Sr. Staff Editor, Duke J. of Comp. & Int'l L. Admitted: PA, 1996. Associate, Jennings Strouss and Salmon, Phoenix, AZ, 1994 - 1997; Ass't City Sol., City of Phila. Law Dep., Philadelphia, PA, 1997 - 2000; Ass't General Counsel, ARAMARK Food and Support Services, Philadelphia, PA, 2000 - 2007; Auxiliary Assistant Professor of Cooperative Educ., Drexel University, Earle Mack Sch. of Law, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Lawyering Practice Seminar (S).

Stephen J. Ellmann (New York Law School)

Jill C. Engle (The Pennsylvania State University – Penn State Law)
Session: Cross-Fertilization Comes in Many Colors: Diverse Clinical Strategies to Address Family Violence
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: Plenary Session-Programmatic Structures
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.

Genevieve Fajardo (St. Mary's University of San Antonio School of Law)

Bernadette Feeley (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: FEELEY, BERNADETTE (F) Clin. Prof., Suffolk. b.1958. JD, 1981, Suffolk. Admitted: MA, 1981. Ass't D.A., Middlesex D.A.'s Off. Cambridge MA, 1981-1984; Clerk, U.S. Magistrate's Off. U.S.D.C. Boston, 1984-1987; Instr., Legal Prac. Skills Prog. Suffolk, 1992-1998; Dir., 1998-1999; Dean, Students, 1999-2001; Dir, Internship Prog., 2001-2003; Ass't Clin. Prof., 2003-2006; Assoc. Clin. Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Legal Practice Skills; Pre-trial Federal Criminal Procedure (S).

Patty Ferguson-Bohnee (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: FERGUSON-BOHNEE, PATTY (F) Assoc. Clin. Prof. & Dir. Indian Legal Clinic & Dir. of Indian Legal Prog., Ariz. State. BA, 1997, Stanford Univ.; JD, 2001, Columbia. Notes Editor, Columbia Human Rts. L. Rev. Admitted: AZ, 2001. Subjects: Indian Legal Clinic.

Tina V. Fernandez (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Multi-Dimensional Experiential Learning Projects: Combining Empirical Research, Pro Bono Service, and Legal Education in the Field
Bio: FERNANDEZ, TINA V. (F) Lecturer/Director, Univ. of Texas. b.1972. AB, 1994, Harvard; JD, 1999, Columbia. Admitted: TX, 1999. Associate, Fulbright & Jaworski LLP, Austin, TX, 1999 - 2004; Assoc. Director, Career Services, The Univ. of Texas Sch. of Law, 2004 - 2008; Mng. Director, Alumni Engagement, Teach For America, New York, NY; Austin, TX, 2008 - 2009. Subjects: Legal Research and Writing; Legislative Lawyering; Nonprofit/Government Externship Class (S).

Richard H. Frankel (Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Does It Take Two to Tango? Exploring the Pedagogy of Teaching Collaboration Skills Across Different Clinical Models (In-House Clinics, Field Clinics & Externships)
Bio: FRANKEL, RICHARD H. Assoc. Prof., Drexel. BA, 1997, Yale Univ.; JD, 2001, Yale; LLM, 2009, Georgetown. Sr. Editor, Yale L.J. Admitted: CA, 2003; DC, 2004; PA, 2009. Law Clerk, Judge Henry H. Kennedy, Jr., USDC, Washington, DC, 2001 - 2002; Law Clerk, Judge William C. Canby, Jr., USCA, Phoenix, AZ, 2002 - 2003; Attorney, Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, Washington, DC, 2003 - 2006; Tchg. Fellow and Supervising Att'y, Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr., 2006 - 2008; Assoc. Prof. of Law, Drexel University, Earle Mack Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Appellate Litigation Clinic (S); Legal Methods. Books & Awards: Consumer Arb. Agreements: Enforceability and Other Topics (with F. Paul Bland, Jr., Leslie A. Bailey, Michael J. Quirk and Jonathan Sheldon) (NCLC 5th ed.), 2007; Consumer Arb. Agreements: Enforceability and Other Topics (with F. Paul Bland, Jr., Leslie A. Bailey, Michael J. Quirk and Jonathan Sheldon) (5th ed. Supp.), 2008; Consumer Arb. Agreements: Enforceability and Other Topics (with F. Paul Bland, Jr., Leslie A. Bailey, Michael J. Quirk and Jonathan Sheldon) (5th ed. Supp.), 2009. Member: Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n; Soc. of Am. Law Teachers; AALS Sect. on Clin. Legal Educ.

Douglas N. Frenkel (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
Session: Works in Progress: Creating a Clinic
Bio: FRENKEL, DOUGLAS N. (M) Morris Shuster Prac. Prof. of Law, Pennsylvania. b.1947. BS, 1968, Univ. of Pennsylvania; JD, 1972, Pennsylvania. Admitted: PA, 1972. Clerk, Hon. Theodore O. Spaulding Superior Ct. PA, 1972-1973; Staff Att'y, Supv. Att'y & Mng. Att'y Community Legal Servs. Phila, 1973-1978; Lect., Clin. Supv. Pennsylvania, 1978-1980; Clin. Dir. & Lect., 1980-1985; Dir., Clin. Progs., 1985 - 2008; Prac. Prof., Since 1985; Vis. Prof., Columbia, 1992; Vis. Prof., New York L.S., 1993; Vis. Scholar, Univ. of Sydney Law Sch. Australia, 1997; Vis. Prof., Fordham, 2001. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Clinical Teaching; Domestic Relations; Interviewing, Counseling & Negotiation; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: "The Prac. of Mediation: A Video-Integrated Text" (with Stark), 2008. Consultantships: Fac. Coord'r, Am. Arb. Ass'n Task Force on ADR; Gen. Ed./Contrib. Author, West's Penn. Forms & Commentary.; Com. on CLE, AALS, 1991-93; Member, Exec. Com., AALS Clinical Section, 2007-10.

Douglas N. Frenkel (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
Session: Concurrent Session: Design Choices for Developing and Enhancing Mediation Clinics
Bio: FRENKEL, DOUGLAS N. (M) Morris Shuster Prac. Prof. of Law, Pennsylvania. b.1947. BS, 1968, Univ. of Pennsylvania; JD, 1972, Pennsylvania. Admitted: PA, 1972. Clerk, Hon. Theodore O. Spaulding Superior Ct. PA, 1972-1973; Staff Att'y, Supv. Att'y & Mng. Att'y Community Legal Servs. Phila, 1973-1978; Lect., Clin. Supv. Pennsylvania, 1978-1980; Clin. Dir. & Lect., 1980-1985; Dir., Clin. Progs., 1985 - 2008; Prac. Prof., Since 1985; Vis. Prof., Columbia, 1992; Vis. Prof., New York L.S., 1993; Vis. Scholar, Univ. of Sydney Law Sch. Australia, 1997; Vis. Prof., Fordham, 2001. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Clinical Teaching; Domestic Relations; Interviewing, Counseling & Negotiation; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: "The Prac. of Mediation: A Video-Integrated Text" (with Stark), 2008. Consultantships: Fac. Coord'r, Am. Arb. Ass'n Task Force on ADR; Gen. Ed./Contrib. Author, West's Penn. Forms & Commentary.; Com. on CLE, AALS, 1991-93; Member, Exec. Com., AALS Clinical Section, 2007-10.

Melissa Frydman (University of Illinois College of Law)

Nicole Smith Futrell (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Confronting Criminal Injustice Through Clinical Partnerships with the Public Interest Bar
Bio: FUTRELL, NICOLE SMITH Instructor, CUNY at Queens.

Paula Galowitz (New York University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Considering Autonomy, Mastery, and Purpose in Diverse Clinical Models
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.

Daniel Gandert (Northwestern University School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: GANDERT, DANIEL Clin. Instr., Northwestern.

Sarah L. Gerwig-Moore (Mercer University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Outside the In-House Clinic: Teaching Students to Learn From Practice Settings
Bio: GERWIG-MOORE, SARAH L. (F) Assoc. Prof., Mercer. BA, 1997; MTS, 2002; JD, 2002, Emory. Admitted: GA, 2002. Sr. Appellate Supv'r, GA Public Defender Atlanta, 2002-2006; Adj. Prof., Emory, 2006; Ass't Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Appellate Practice; Clinical Teaching. Books & Awards: Herman Dooyeweerd Prize in Law & Relig., 2002; Case of the Yr. Award, 2006. Member: CLEA. Consultantships: Bd., Susan G. Komen Fdn., Middle GA Chap., since 2006; Serv. Learning Adv'y Bd., CLEA, since 2006; Consult., GA Public Defender Stands. Coun., since 2006.

Michele Estrin Gilman (University of Baltimore School of Law)

Lorraine C. Gin (The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: GIN, LORRAINE C. Ass't Clin. Prof. of Legal Writing, Univ. of Ari.

Sara Gold (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: GOLD, SARA Vis. Law Sch. Ass't Prof., Maryland.

Phyllis Goldfarb (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: Plenary Session-Programmatic Structures
Bio: GOLDFARB, PHYLLIS (F) Jacob Burns Fdn. Prof. & Assoc. Dean for Clin. Affrs., Geo. Was. b.1955. BA, 1978, Brandeis Univ.; EdM, 1979, Harvard; JD, 1982, Yale; LLM, 1985, Georgetown. Admitted: DC, 1982; MA, 1988. Supervising Att'y, Georgetown, 1982-1984; Ass't Prof., No. Illinois, 1984-1986; Ass't Prof., Boston Coll., 1986-1991; Assoc. Prof., 1991-1997; Prof., Since 1997; Assoc. Dean for Clin. Affrs., Geo. Wash., Since 2007. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Criminal Justice; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Jurisprudence; Law and Narrative; Legal Profession; Women & the Law (S). Member: Bd. of Editors, Clin. Law Rev.

Phyllis Goldfarb (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: Plenary Session-Staffing Structures
Bio: GOLDFARB, PHYLLIS (F) Jacob Burns Fdn. Prof. & Assoc. Dean for Clin. Affrs., Geo. Was. b.1955. BA, 1978, Brandeis Univ.; EdM, 1979, Harvard; JD, 1982, Yale; LLM, 1985, Georgetown. Admitted: DC, 1982; MA, 1988. Supervising Att'y, Georgetown, 1982-1984; Ass't Prof., No. Illinois, 1984-1986; Ass't Prof., Boston Coll., 1986-1991; Assoc. Prof., 1991-1997; Prof., Since 1997; Assoc. Dean for Clin. Affrs., Geo. Wash., Since 2007. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Criminal Justice; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Jurisprudence; Law and Narrative; Legal Profession; Women & the Law (S). Member: Bd. of Editors, Clin. Law Rev.

Natalie M. Gomez-Velez (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: The Challenge of Preparing Lawyers to Obtain Quality Supervision and Mentoring in Nontraditonal Practice Settings
Bio: GOMEZ-VELEZ, NATALIE M. (F) Professor, CUNY at Queens. JD, 1989, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1990. Assoc., Richards & O'Neil NY, 1989-1992; Gen. Counsel, Dep't of Youth Servs. NYC, 1992-1993; Staff Att'y, Reproductive Freedom Proj. ACLU NY, 1993-1995; Lawyering Instr., New York Univ., 1995-1998; Staff Att'y, Brennan Cntr. for Just. New York Univ., 1998-1999; Ass't Dep. Att'y Gen., NY St. Att'y Gen., 1999-2001; Spec. Counsel, Ch. Admin. Judge NY St. Unified Ct. Sys., 2001-2004; Ass't Prof., CUNY at Queens, 2005-2006; Assoc. Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Administrative Law; Lawyering/Clinical Teaching; Lawyering/Clinical Teaching. Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., City Parks Fdn., since 2005.

Leigh Goodmark (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Multidimensional Lawyering, Social Justice and Curriculum Design: Incorporating Goals for Structural Change within Diverse Clinical Models
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.

Toby Guerin (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Design Choices for Developing and Enhancing Mediation Clinics
Bio: GUERIN, TOBY (F) Clin. Law Instr., Maryland. JD, 2002, Maryland. Subjects: Mediation Clinic.

Judith Gundersen (National Conference of Bar Examiners)
Session: AALS Luncheon - Law Clinic Directors Workshop

Anjum Gupta (Rutgers School of Law - Newark)
Session: Works in Progress: Immigration Law
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.

Amany Ragab Hacking (Saint Louis University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Finding the Right Fit - Identifying Practices What Works for YOUR Field Placement Program
Bio: HACKING, AMANY RAGAB (F) Ass't Clin. Prof. of Law, St. Louis. b.1972. JD, 1997, St. Louis; MA, 1998, St. Louis. Mng. Editor, Saint Louis Univ. Law Jour. Admitted: MO, 1998; IL, 1998. Subjects: Judicial Ethics and Court Procedure; Lawyering Practice .

Carrie Hagan (Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Empowerment Through Application: Implementing and Assessing the Intersection of Social Work Theories and Legal Pedagogy in a Classroom and Clinic Setting
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.

Ayesha Hardaway (Case Western Reserve University School of Law)
Jasmine Elwick Harris (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Lawyering Skills 2.0: Specific Pedagogical Approaches for Emergent, Non-Litigation Lawyering Practices
Bio: HARRIS, JASMINE ELWICK , American.

Carrie L. Hempel (University of California, Irvine School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: First-Year Live-Client Curricula: Collaborations Among Clinics, Skills Faculty, and Public Interest Organizations
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.

María E. Hernández Torrales (University of Puerto Rico School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: HERNÁNDEZ TORRALES, MARÍA E. , Puerto Rico.

Luz E. Herrera (Thomas Jefferson School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session-Programmatic Structures
Bio: HERRERA, LUZ E. (F) Ass't Prof., Thomas Jefferson. AB, 1995, Stanford Univ. Harvard Civil Rts. Civil Liberties Law Rev. Admitted: CA, 2000. Clin. Fel., Harvard Law Sch., 2006 - 2007; Vis. Prof., Chapman Univ. Sch. of Law, 2007 - 2008; Ass't Prof., Thomas Jefferson Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Access to Justice Seminar (S); Community Economic Development (S); Corporations; Professional Responsibility; Wills & Trusts. Member: Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n; Soc. of Am. Law Teachers. Consultantships: Consult., Legal Aid Society of Orange County, 2010-10.

Art Hinshaw (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - The Changing Face of Clinical Legal Education: Models, Pedagogies, and Opportunities for Transfer
Bio: HINSHAW, ART Clin. Prof., Dir., Lodestar Dispute Resolu. Prog., Ariz. State. AB, 1988, Wash., St. Louis; JD, 1993, Missouri; LLM, 2000, Missouri. J. of Disp. Res. Admitted: MO, 1993; KS, 1994; AZ, 2005. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Clinical.

Laila L Hlass (Georgetown University Law Center)

Joan W. Howarth (Michigan State University College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session-Staffing Structures
Bio: HOWARTH, JOAN W. (F) Dean & Prof. , Mich. S. b.1950. AB, 1972, Smith Coll.; JD, 1980, Southern Cal. S. Cal. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1980. Dep. St. Pub. Def., San Fran., 1981-1983; Staff Att'y, ACLU Fdn. Southern Cal., 1984-1986; Ass't Leg. Dir., 1986-1988; Assoc. Dir., 1988-1989; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Cal. Davis, 1989-1990; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Golden Gate, 1990-1991; Assoc. Prof., 1991-1994; Prof., 1994-2001; Vis. Prof., Cal Hastings, 1999; Vis. Prof., Cal Davis, 2000; Vis. Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 2000-2001; Prof., Univ. of Nevada Las Vegas, 2001 - 2008; Assoc. Dean for Clinical Studies, Univ. of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2003 - 2004; Assoc. Dean Acad. Affrs., Univ. of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2004-2007; Dean, Michigan St. Univ. Coll. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Clinical Teaching - Death Penalty; Constitutional Law; Race Gender & Criminal Law (S); Torts; Women & the Law (S). Member: COIF, SALT (Bd. of Gov'rs, since 1999).

Elizabeth J. Hubertz (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Issues in Education Law
Bio: HUBERTZ, ELIZABETH J. Lect. in Law and Interdisciplinary Envt'l Clinic Att'y, Wash., St. Louis. BA, 1986, Wheaton Coll.; MA, 1988, Northwestern; JD, 1991, Univ. of Va. Admitted: AL, 1993; IL, 2000; MO, 2006. Subjects: Interdisciplinary Environmental Clinic; Pretrial Practice and Procedure.

Carmen V. Huertas-Noble (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: HUERTAS-NOBLE, CARMEN V. Assoc. Prof. of Law, CUNY at Queens.

Charlotte Hughart (Texas A&M University School of Law)

D'lorah L. Hughes (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Robert A. Leflar Law Center)

D'lorah L. Hughes (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Robert A. Leflar Law Center)
Session: Concurrent Session: "Exactly How Big is This Tent? The Clown Care Conundrum for Interdisciplinary Clinics
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.

Mary Jo B. Hunter (Hamline University School of Law)

Alex J. Hurder (Vanderbilt University Law School)

Jonathan M. Hyman (Rutgers School of Law - Newark)
Session: Concurrent Session: Mediation First, or Last? A Conversation
Bio: HYMAN, JONATHAN M. (M) Prof. of Law & Alfred C. Clapp Public Serv. Scholar, Rutgers - Newark. b.1943. AB, 1965, Harvard; LLB, 1968, Yale. Admitted: NY, 1968; IL, 1969; NJ, 1976. Spec. Projs. Div., Legal Aid Fdn. Chgo., 1968-1970; Staff Att'y, Northwestern, 1970-1973; Co-Dir., Legal Ass't Clinic & Vis. Ass't Prof., 1973-1975; Admin. Dir., Const. Litig. Clinic Rutgers Newark, 1975-1993; Of Counsel, Lowenstein Sandler Brochin Kohl Fisher Boylan & Meanor, 1982-1983; Vis. Prof., U.C.L.A., 1989. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Constitutional Advocacy (S); Contracts; Federal Jurisdiction; Legal Clinics.

Nabila Isa-Odidi (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Adding Variety to Clinical Legal Education Through Service-Learniing
Bio: ISA-ODIDI, NABILA Practitioner in Residence, American.

Margaret M. Jackson (University of North Dakota School of Law)

Margaret M. Jackson (University of North Dakota School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: JACKSON, MARGARET M. (F) Assoc. Prof., North Dakota. b.1966. BA, 1988, Univ. of No. Car.; JD, 1992, San Francisco. U.S.F.L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1992; ND, 1999; MN, 2001. Att'y, Self San Fran., 1992-1994; Att'y, Law Offs. of Elizabeth Reifler San Rafael CA, 1994-1996; Att'y, Erickson Beasley Hewitt & Wilson LLP Oakland CA, 1997-1998; Att'y, Pearson Christensen PLLP Grand Forks ND, 1998-2003; Vis. Ass't Prof., North Dakota, 2003-2004; Interim Dir., Clin. Educ. Prog., 2004-2005; Ass't Prof., Since 2004. Subjects: Clinical Teaching. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Legal Aid Ass'n, 2000-03; Bd. Mem., CLEA, since 2006.

Maria L. Jimenez-Colon (University of Puerto Rico School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: JIMENEZ-COLON, MARIA L. (F) Dir. Legal Aid Clinic, Puerto Rico. b.1959. BA, 1980; JD, 1983, Puerto Rico. Admitted: PR, 1983. Att'y, Dep't of Just. C'wealth of PR San Juan, 1985-1990; Att'y, Self San Juan, 1990-1996. Subjects: Clinic.

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

Susan R. Jones (The George Washington University Law School)

Susan R. Jones (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: Concurrent Session: Adding Variety to Clinical Legal Education Through Service-Learniing
Bio: JONES, SUSAN R. (F) Clin. Prof. , Geo. Was. b.1957. BA, 1978, Brandeis Univ.; JD, 1980, Antioch Sch. of Law; MAT, 1985, Antioch. Clin. Fel., Antioch, 1982-1985; Ass't Prof., CUNY at Queens, 1985-1986; Adj. Instr., American, 1987-1988; Clin. Instr., Geo. Wash., 1988-1995; Clin. Prof., Since 1995; Haywood Burns Vis. Chair in Civil Rts., CUNY at Queens, 2003-2004; Dist. Visiting Prof., Univ. of Maryland Sch. of Law, 2006; Vis. Prof. , Vanderbilt Law Sch., 2008. Subjects: Legal Method (S); Legal Research & Writing (S); Small Business & Comm. Econ. Dev. Clinic (S). Books & Awards: A Legal Guide to Microenterprise Development: Battling Poverty Through Self-Employment, ABA Comm. on Homelessness and Poverty, 1998; Legal Guide to Microenterprise Development, ABA, 2004; Bldg. Healthy Communities: A Guide to Community Economic Dev. for Advocates, Lawyers and Policymakers, ABA, 2009. Member: AALS (Past-Chair, Sect. on Clin. Law, Sect. on Africa, Poverty Law Sect., Chair, Clin. Tchrs. Conf. Plng. Com., Exec. Com. & Chair-Elect, Clin. Tchrs. Sect.). Consultantships: V.P., Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts, since 1998; Past Co-Chair, Legal Educ'rs Prac. Div. (1997-99) ABA Forum on Affordable Housing & Community Dev. Law; ABA J. Aff. Hous. and Comm. Dev. Law, Senior Editor (2003-04); Editor-in-Chief (2001-03); Assoc. Editor (1999-2001) J. Affordable Hous. and Comm. Dev. Law, , Gov'g Com. ABA Forum Aff. Hous. & Comm. Dev. Law (2003-09), Co-Chair, Comm. Econ. Dev. Com., ABA Bus. Law Sect. (2001-05); Vice-Chair, DC Bar Comm. & Econ. Dev. Advisory Comm. Member (1998-08 ); Vice Chair (2002-08) , since 2001; Past Co-Chair, ABA, since 2001; Ed. Jour., ABA, 1999-02, Ed.-in-Ch., 2001-03, Sr. Ed., Jour. Affordable Housing & Comm. Dev. Law, 2003-04.

Kimberly Jordan (The Ohio State University, Michael E. Moritz College of Law)

Peter Joy (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
Session: Are We Abandoning the In-House Clinic? In-House Clinics, Hybrid/Community-Based Clinics, and Experiential Practicum/Lab Courses. Oh My!
Bio: JOY, PETER (M) Henry Hitchcock Prof., V-Dean & Director, Crim. Justice Clinic, Wash., St. Louis. b.1951. AB, 1974, Youngstown St. Univ.; JD, 1977, Case Western Res. Admitted: OH, 1977; DC, 1979; MO, 1998. Nat'l Dir., Law Students Civil Rts. Res. Coun. Atlanta, 1977-1978; Staff Instr., Clin. Prog. Case Western Res., 1978-1980; Att'y, Priv. Prac. Cleve., 1980-1981; Staff Instr., Clin. Prog. Case Western Res., 1981-1983; Acting Ass't Prof. & Dir., Legal Clinic, 1983-1984; Ass't Prof., 1984-1998; Dir., Legal Clinic, 1984-1998; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Wash. St. Louis, 1992; Clin. Prof., Case Western Res., 1998; Prof., Wash. St. Louis, Since 1998; Dir., Trial Advocacy Prog., 2003-2006; Vice Dean, Washington Univ. in St. Louis, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Comparative Ethics (S); Criminal Justice Clinic; Legal Profession; Trial Practice & Procedure. Books & Awards: Do No Wrong: Ethics for Prosecutors and Defenders (with McMunigal), 2009. 2001, AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education William Pincus Award.Member: AALS (Board, Sect. on PR, since 2008; Chair, 2011); AALS (Chair, Sect. on CLE, 1997, CAFT, since 2006).; OH Lawyer (Bd. of Eds.); CLEA (Bd. of Dirs., 1995-2004, V.P., 2001, Pres., 2002); SALT (Board of Governors, since 2008); ABA Crim. Justice (contributing editor, since 2001). Consultantships: Prog. Fac., Mandel Cntr. for Nonprofits, 1990-98; Exec. Com., Bd. of Dirs., Ohio, ACLU, 1991-98; Contrib. Ed., Crim. Just., ABA., since 2001; Bd. of Editors, Clinical Law Review, since 2005.

Ann Juergens (William Mitchell College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session-Staffing Structures
Bio: JUERGENS, ANN (F) Prof. & Co-Dtr. of Clinics, Wm. Mitchell. b.1951. AB, 1973, Harvard; JD, 1976, Minnesota. Admitted: CA, 1976; MN, 1984. VISTA Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of San Mateo Cty. Daly City CA, 1976-1978; Att'y, Self Berkeley, 1978-1984; Assoc. City Att'y, City of Berkeley CA, 1980-1982; Clin. Instr., Wm. Mitchell, 1984-1989; Ass't Prof., 1989-1992; Assoc. Prof., 1992-1994; Prof., Since 1994. Subjects: Advocacy; Civil Advocacy Clinic (S); Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Lawyering Skills Video Series: Interviewing, Counseling & Negotiation, Med. & Arbitration, Deposition & Trial (with Knapp & Haydock), 1996. Member: SALT.; ; CLEA.

Diane S. Juliar (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Works in Progress: Criminal Law
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.

Diane S. Juliar (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Concurrent Session: Square Pegs and Round Holes: A Variety of Pedagogically Sound Approaches to Teaching and Supervising Students Doing Prosecutorial Work in Law School Environments
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)

Carolyn Kaas (Quinnipiac University School of Law)
Session: Designing Seminar Components for In-House Clinics and Externships: Separate Worlds or Untapped Opportunities?
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: Works in Progess: Building on Best Practices: The Walls are Coming Down - Experiential Learning
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.

Michael Kagan (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Bellow Scholars Program Report on Projects
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.

Marcy L. Karin (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Finding Partners and Structuring Social Justice Policy Projects
Bio: KARIN, MARCY L. Assoc. Clin. Prof. & Dir. of the Work/Life Policy Unit, Ariz. State. JD, 2003, Stanford; LLM, 2008, Georgetown. Admitted: NY, 2004; DC, 2005. Subjects: Civil Justice Clinic; Workplace Flexibility Law and Policy (S).

Maritza Karmely (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
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.

Ramzi Kassem (City University of New York School of Law)
Harriet N. Katz (Rutgers School of Law - Camden)
Session: Concurrent Session: Finding the Right Fit - Identifying Practices What Works for YOUR Field Placement Program
Bio: KATZ, HARRIET N. (F) Clin. Prof., Dir., Legal Externship Prog., Rutgers - Camden. b.1947. Juris Doctor, 1972, Yale; JD, 1972, Yale. Admitted: PA, 1972; NJ, 1980. Att'y, Public Interest Law Cntr. Phila., 1976-1979; Ass't Dep. Public Advocate, St. of NJ Trenton, 1979-1982; Adj. Ass't Prof., Drexel Univ. Phila., 1985-1986; Lect. & Clin. Sup'vr, Pennsylvania, 1986-1993; Adj. Prof., Rutgers Camden 1986, 1988; Dir., Legal Externship Prog. Rutgers Camden, Since 1993; Clin. Prof., Since 2001. Subjects: Clinical Legal Education. Books & Awards: Women and the Law (Praeger), 1976. Consultantships: Trustee, Women's Law Proj., 1976-88; Bd. of Dirs., Children's Servs., Inc., since 1987; Com. on Delivery of Legal Servs., Custody Com., Family Law Sect., Phila. Bar Ass'n, 1991-93.

Sean J. Kealy (Boston University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Global Clinics in the Global World - Exciting, Compelling and Challenging
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.

Thomas A. Kelley (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Human Rights and Comparative Law
Bio: KELLEY, THOMAS A. (M) Prof. and Di of Clin. Programs, Univ. of No. Ca. AB, 1984, Harvard; JD, 1991, Northeastern. Admitted: MA, 1991; NC, 1995. Volunteer, Peace Corps Fandou-Berri Niger, 1986-1988; Jud. Clerk, Hon. J.D. Phillips 4th Cir. Ct. of App. Durham NC, 1991-1992; Assoc., Foley Hoag & Eliot Boston, 1992-1994; Dir., Community Progs. Cntr. for Documentary Studies Duke, 1994-1999; Legal Adv'r, Double Take Mag., 1994-1999; Co-Dir., Externship Prog. Univ. of No. Car., 1999-2002; Clin. Assoc. Prof., 1999-2005; Professor, Univ. of North Carolina, Since 2006; Fac. Supv'r, Community Dev. Law Clinic, Since 2002; Clin. Prof., 2005-2006. Subjects: Community Development Law Clinic; International Law and Development in Africa (S); Law of Nonprofit Organizations; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Fulbright Lecturing & Res. Award, 2003; Igniting the Flame Award for Creative Tchg., 2006. 2009, Chadbourn Award for excellence in academic scholarship.

Lisa Kelly (University of Washington School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: The Globalization of Legal Education: Integrating International LLM and J.D Students into Litigation and Non-Litigation Clinics in the U.S.
Bio: KELLY, LISA (F) Prof., Wash., Seattle. b.1958. BA, 1979, Pittsburgh; JD, 1982, Pennsylvania. Admitted: AR, 1982; WV, 1992. Assoc., R.J. Brown P.A. Little Rock, 1982-1985; Assoc. & Part., Eugene Hunt P.A. & Hunt & Kelly Pine Bluff AR, 1985-1992; Assoc. Prof., W. Va. Univ., 1992-1997; Prof., 1997-2003; Harry Cross Dist. Vis. Prof., Wash. Seattle, 2002-2003; Prof., Since 2003; Bobbe and Jon Bridge Professor of Child Advocacy, Univ. of Washington Sch. of Law, 2006 - Pres; Assoc. Dean, Univ. of Washington, 2007 - 2009. Subjects: Child, Family & State; Clinic; Education Law; Family Law; Race Issues & the Law; Torts; Trial Advocacy. Books & Awards: Adoption Law Theory Policy and Prac., 2006. Consultantships: Gov'g Coun. Mem.-Law Sch. Rep., WV Law Inst., since 1994; Chair, Children's Representation Workgrp., since 2006.

Lynn Kelly (City Bar Justice Center)
Kendall L. Kerew (Georgia State University College of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
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 Keyes (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Immigration Law
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.

Parag Khandhar (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Community Lawyers and Community Issues
Bio: KHANDHAR, PARAG , Baltimore.

Jennifer Kim (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Pedagogy
Bio: KIM, JENNIFER Clin. Fel., Baltimore.

Catherine F. Klein (The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Considering Autonomy, Mastery, and Purpose in Diverse Clinical Models
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; Dist. of Columbia Prac. Manual (chapter, with Epstein), 13th ed., 2006. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.; Order of the Coif.

David C. Koelsch (University of Detroit Mercy School of Law)

David C. Koelsch (University of Detroit Mercy School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
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.

Laurie S. Kohn (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
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.

Praveen Kosuri (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - Cross-Fertilization: Integrating Pedagogies
Bio: KOSURI, PRAVEEN (M) Prac. Assoc. Prof. and Dir. Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic, Pennsylvania. AB, 1991, Duke; JD, 1994, Washington Univ. Sch. of Law; MBA, 2001, University of Chgo. Grad. Sch. of Bus. Admitted: IL, 1994; MO, 1995; PA, 2007. Ass't Dir., IJ clinic on entrepreneurship, 2005 - 2007.

Phyllis Williams Kotey (Florida International University College of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: KOTEY, PHYLLIS WILLIAMS Dir. of Externship Prog., Florida International. BA, 1981; JD, 1985, Univ. of Florida; MA, 1989, Univ. of Florida. Admitted: FL, 1986. Ass't St. Att'y, St. Att'y's Off. Gainesville FL, 1985-1996; Judge, St. Cts. of FL Gainesville, 1996-2004. Subjects: Advanced Criminal Procedure; Children and the Law; Clinical Teaching; Criminal Law and Procedure for Criminal Justice; Trial Practice.

Gowri J. Krishna (Fordham University School of Law)
Katherine R. Kruse (Hamline University School of Law)
Session: Welcome/Introduction
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 (Hamline University School of Law)
Session: Welcome/Introduction/Overview of Morning Plenary Sessions
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.

Robert R. Kuehn (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
Session: Distant Externships
Bio: KUEHN, ROBERT R. (M) Assoc. Dean, Clin. Education; Prof. & Co-Director, Interdisciplinary Envt'l Clinic, Wash., St. Louis. BA, 1974, Duke; JD, 1981, Geo. Wash.; LLM, 1983, Columbia; MPH, 1995, Harvard. Admitted: FL, 1981; LA, 1989; AL, 2002; MO, 2009. Clerk, Judge Sidney M. Aronovitz U.S.D.C. S.D. FL Miami, FL, 1981 - 1982; Clerk, Judge James C. Hill U.S.C.A 11th Cir., Atlanta, 1983 - 1984; Trial Att'y, Envtl. Enforcement Sect. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1984-1988; Assoc. Clin. Prof., Tulane, 1989 - 1992; Clin. Prof., 1992-1999; Vis. Prof., Wash. St. Louis, 1999; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 2000; Vis. Prof., Utah, 2000-2001; Prof. & Assoc. Dean, Alabama, 2001 - 2009; Prof., Washington Univ. in St. Louis, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Environmental Advocacy (S); Environmental Justice (S); Environmental Law Clinic; Hazardous & Solid Waste Regulation; Legal Profession. Books & Awards: Envt'l Enforcement: Cases and Materials (with Mintz & Rechtschaffen), 2007. Member: COIF.

Hiroko Kusuda (Loyola University New Orleans College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Sessions: Beyond Live-Client Litigation: The Integration of Community Advocacy and Organizational Collaboration in In-House Immigration Clinics
Bio: KUSUDA, HIROKO (F) Ass't Clin. Fac., Loyola, New Or. b.1961. JD, 1993, Tulane. Sr. Member, Tulane Jour. of Int'l and Comp. Law. Admitted: LA, 1994. Attorney, 1994 - 2002; Staff Att'y, Catholic Legal Immig. Network, Inc. (CLINIC), 2002 - 2009; Clin. Instr., Loyola Univ. New Orls. Coll. of Law, 2004 - 2009; Ass't Clinic Prof., Loyola Univ. New Orls. Coll. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Immigration Law.

Jane M. La Barbera (Association of American Law Schools)
Session: Welcome/Introduction

Jane M. La Barbera (Association of American Law Schools)
Session: Welcome/Introduction/Overview of Morning Plenary Sessions

Seth M. Lahn (Indiana University Maurer School of Law)

Christopher Lasch (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Using Student Role Models to Establish Aspirational Professional Identity Goals and Develop Self-Evaluation Criteria
Bio: LASCH, CHRISTOPHER (M) Ass't Prof., Denver. b.1965. BA, 1987, Columbia; JD, 1996, Yale. Admitted: NY, 1997; KY, 1998; CT, 2006; CO, 2010. Ass't District Defender, Jefferson Dist. Public Defender, Louisville, KY, 1996 - 1999; Partner, Goodwin & Lasch, Louisville, KY, 2000 - 2009; Robert M. Cover Clinical Teaching Fel., Yale Law Sch., 2006 - 2008; Assoc. Research Scholar in Law and Clinical Lect., Yale Law Sch., 2007 - 2009; Vis. Ass't Prof., Suffolk Univ. Law Sch., 2009 - 2010; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Denver Sturm Coll. of Law, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Criminal Defense Clinic.

Inga Laurent (Gonzaga University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: When the Clinical Teacher is Not Supervising Attorney: Pedgagogical Opportunities and Challenges
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: Plenary Session-Staffing Structures
Bio: LAWTON, JULIE D. Clin. Ass't Prof., DePaul.

Julie D. Lawton (DePaul University College of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Community Economic Development
Bio: LAWTON, JULIE D. Clin. Ass't Prof., DePaul.

Donna H. Lee (City University of New York School of Law)

Donna H. Lee (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Confronting Criminal Injustice Through Clinical Partnerships with the Public Interest Bar
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).

Hugh McLean Lee (The University of Alabama School of Law)

Jaime Lee (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Mr. James G. Leipold (National Association for Law Placement)
Session: AALS Luncheon - Law Clinic Directors Workshop

Kathryn Loncarich (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Family Law
Bio: LONCARICH, KATHRYN (F) Clin. Fel., Baltimore. BA, 2002, Iowa; JD, 2005, Harvard. Admitted: IL, 2005; DC, 2008; MD, 2010. Assoc. Litigation Att'y, Jenner & Block LLP, Washington, DC, 2005 - 2008; Assoc. Litigation Att'y, Hogan Lovells US LLP, Baltimore, MD, 2010 - 2011; Civil Advoacy Clinical Fel., Univ. of Balt. Sch. of Law, 2011 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Advocacy Clinic.

Mary A. Lynch (Albany Law School)
Session: Cross-Fertilization Comes in Many Colors: Diverse Clinical Strategies to Address Family Violence
Bio: LYNCH, MARY (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: Bellow Scholars Program Report on Projects
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.

Elizabeth L. MacDowell (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Multidimensional Lawyering, Social Justice and Curriculum Design: Incorporating Goals for Structural Change within Diverse Clinical Models
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.

Deborah A. Maranville (University of Washington School of Law)

Deborah A. Maranville (University of Washington School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Building on Best Practices: The Walls are Coming Down - Transfer of Learning and Curricular Connections
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.

Dale Margolin Cecka (The University of Richmond School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters

Kenneth R. Margolis (Case Western Reserve University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Lions, Tigers, and Bears, Oh My: Confronting Fears, Phobias and Falsehoods When Diversifying Clinical Pedagogies
Bio: MARGOLIS, KENNETH R. (M) Prof., Co-Dir., Milton A. Kramer Law Clinic Cntr. & Dir., CaseArc Integrated Lawyering Skills Prog., Case Western Re. b.1950. BA, 1972, Univ. of Calif.; JD, 1976, Case Western Res. Admitted: CA, 1976; OH, 1978. Att'y, Self & Fox & Margolis P.C. Santa Cruz CA, 1976-1983; Att'y, Self Cleve., 1983-1984; Instr., Case Western Res., 1984-1991; Clin. Instr., 1991-1998; Prof., Since 1998; Co-Dir., Milton A. Kramer Law Clinic Cntr., Since 1999; Dir., CaseArc Integrated Lawyering Skills Prog., Since 2004. Subjects: City Law Department Externship; Community Development Clinic ; Federal Judicial Externship (S); Focused Problem Solving; U.S. Attorney Externship - Civil. Books & Awards: 1976, Order of the Coif.Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Prog. Dir., NITA, 1998-03; Adv'y Grp., U.S.D.C., N.D. OH, since 1999; Mem., OSBA Task Force on Legal Education, 2008-09; Co-Chair, Best Practices Implementation Committee, Consultancy Proj., Clinical Legal Education Association, since 2011.

Fatma Marouf (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Bellow Scholars Program Report on Projects
Bio: MAROUF, FATMA Assoc. Prof., Nevada, Las Vegas.

Lisa Martin (The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Facing and Embracing Risk in Litigation, Multidisciplinary, and Transactional Clinics
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.

Michael W. Martin (Fordham University School of Law)

Miriam Marton (University of Connecticut School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Human Rights and Comparative Law
Bio: MARTON, MIRIAM William R. Davis Clin. Tchg. Fel., Connecticut. MSW, 1986, Michigan; JD, 2000, Mich. St. Admitted: MI, 2001; NY, 2007. William R. Davis Clinical Teaching Fel., Univ. of onnecticut, 2011 - Pres. Subjects: Asylum and Human Rights Clinic Course.

Nancy M. Maurer (Albany Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - Outside the In-House Clinic: Teaching Students to Learn From Practice Settings
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.

Julie McConnell (The University of Richmond School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: MCCONNELL, JULIE Dir. of Delinquency Clinic and Ass't Clin. Prof. of Law, Richmond.

Susan Woods McGraugh (Saint Louis University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Empowerment Through Application: Implementing and Assessing the Intersection of Social Work Theories and Legal Pedagogy in a Classroom and Clinic Setting
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: Concurrent Session: Teaching Resilience Across a Diverse Clinical Curriculum
Bio: MCLAURIN , KIM Assoc. Clin. Prof., Suffolk.

Laura Elizabeth McNally-Levine (Case Western Reserve University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: The Globalization of Legal Education: Integrating International LLM and J.D Students into Litigation and Non-Litigation Clinics in the U.S.
Bio: MCNALLY, LAURA ELIZABETH (F) Assoc. Prof., Case Western Re. BA, 1996, Hobart & William Smith; JD, 1999, Syracuse. Admitted: AL, 2000; OH, 2010. Clin. Law, Fel. & Staff Att'y Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Prog. Univ. of Alabama, 1999-2001; Lect., Staff Att'y Univ. of Alabama, 2001-2004; Vis. Ass't Clin. Prof., Suffolk Univ. Law Sch., 2004-2005; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Case Western Res., 2005-2007; Assoc. Prof., Case Western Res., Since 2007. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Clinical Teaching; Disability Law; Education Law; Health Care Law; Welfare Law.

Mary Helen McNeal (Syracuse University College of Law)

Joan S. Meier (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: Holistic, Interdisciplinary and Systems Change-Focues Pedagogy and Practice with Indigent Survivors of Family Violence, Human Trafficking and Sexual Assault
Bio: MEIER, JOAN S. (F) Clin. Prof., Geo. Was. b.1957. BA (Hons), 1980, Harvard Univ. ; JD, 1983, Univ. of Chgo. Admitted: IL, 1983; DC, 1986. Assoc., Jenner & Block Chgo., 1983-1985; Clerk, Hon Frank H. Easterbrook U.S.C.A. 7th Cir. Chgo., 1985; Fellow, Georgetown Women's Law & Public Policy Fellowship DC, 1985-1986; Staff Att'y, Public Citizen Litig. Grp. DC, 1986-1987; Assoc., Winthrop Stimson Putnam & Roberts DC, 1987-1991; Clin. Assoc. Prof., Geo. Wash., 1992-1995; Clin. Prof., Since 1995; Vis. Prof., Wash. & Lee, 1997; Dir., Domestic Violence Proj. DC, Since 2003; Founding Dir., Domestic Violence Legal Empowerment and App. Proj. (DV LEAP), Washington, D.C., 2003 - Pres. Subjects: Domestic Violence Project (S); Family Law. Books & Awards: 2006, Mary Byron Foundation Celebrating Solutions Award; 2009, Amer. Bar Assoc. Sharon Corbitt Award for Exemplary Legal Services to Victims of Domestic Violence; 2010, Sunshine Lady Peace Award; 2007, Justice for Children Leadership Award.Member: AALS Clin. Law Sect. Consultantships: , Mayor's Comm. on Violence Against Women, 1996-00; Adv'y Bd., Nat'l Eval. of Domestic Violence Victims, Civil Legal Assist. Prog., since 2001; Member, Bd. of Direcctors, Washington Council of Lawyers, 2006-09.

Andrea Cristina Mercado (National Domestic Workers Alliance)
Vanessa H. Merton (Pace University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: The Challenge of Preparing Lawyers to Obtain Quality Supervision and Mentoring in Nontraditonal Practice Settings
Bio: MERTON, VANESSA H. (F) Prof., Pace. b.1949. AB, 1971, Radcliffe Coll.; JD, 1973, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1974. Trial Att'y, Crim. Def. Div. Legal Aid Soc. NYC, 1973-1976; Clin. Instr., New York Univ., 1976-1979; Clin. Ass't Prof., 1979-1980; NEH Fel., Hastings Cntr. Inst. of Soc. Ethics & the Life Scis. Hastings-on-Hudson NY, 1980-1981; Assoc. for Law, 1981-1982; Clin. Ass't Prof., New York Univ., 1982-1983; Assoc. Prof., CUNY at Queens, 1983-1989; Assoc. Dean, Pace, 1989-2005; Prof., Since 1989. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Evidence; Health Care Law; Immigration Law; Legal Profession. Books & Awards: 1995, Outstanding Full-Time Law Professor; 1988, CUNY Law School Distinguished Service Award for Teaching Effectiveness.Member: Clin. Theory Workshop and Forum; SALT; CLEA. Consultantships: Adv'y Bd., Mt. Sinai Occupat'l Health Clinic, Hudson Valley Div., since 1991; Fed. Consent Decree Compliance Monitor, Doe v. Village of Mamaroneck (S.D.N.Y.), 2009-10.

Michael A. Millemann (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: First-Year Live-Client Curricula: Collaborations Among Clinics, Skills Faculty, and Public Interest Organizations
Bio: MILLEMANN, MICHAEL A. (M) Jacob A. France Prof. of Public Interest Law, Maryland. b.1944. AB, 1966, Dartmouth; JD, 1969, Georgetown. Admitted: MD, 1969. Reginald Heber Smith Fel., Balt. Legal Aid MD, 1969-1971; Ch. Att'y, Legal Aid East Balt. Legal Aid, 1971-1972; Dep. Dir., Legal Aid Serv. Portland OR, 1972-1973; Ass't Prof., Maryland, 1973-1975; Assoc. Prof., 1975-1979; Ch. Gen. Counsel, Off. of the Att'y Gen. Balt., 1979-1981; Assoc. Prof., Maryland, 1981-1993; Prof., Since 1993; Dir., Clin. Law Prog., 1994-1999. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Clinical Teaching; Constitutional Law; Consumer Protection ; Contracts; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Death Penalty; Environmental Law; Legal Research, Writing and Research; Legal Theory & Practice; Professional Responsibility; Professional Responsibility; Trial Practice. Books & Awards: Hdbk. on Limited Scope Legal Assist., 2003. 1985, Outstanding Service Award from On Our Own (recognizing distinguishing service to the mentally ill); 1991, John Minor Wisdom Public Service and Professionalism Award of the American Bar Association's ; 2005, CLEA Public Interst Advocacy Award; 2005, University of Maryland TIAA/CREF Outstanding Teacher Award; 2007, 2007 award from the Maryland Public Interst Law Project in recongition of its creation ; 1985, Maryland Bar Foundation's H. Vernon Eney Fund Award; 1992, Outstanding Teacher Award from the University of Maryland School of Law Class of 1992; 1990, Black Law Students Association at the University of Maryland at Baltimore Teaching Award; 2008, 2008 Father Robert Drinan Award from the AALS Section on Pro Bono and Public Services Opportunities; 2005, University of Maryland at Baltimore Dr. Martin Luther King Diversity Recongnition Award; 2006, Peter A. DiRito Endowment Award from the Maryland Chapter of the Federal Bar Association; 2005, Maryland State Bar Association Pro Bono Award; 1991, Eleanor Evans Hooper Humanitarian Award; 1991, Peter A. DiRito Endowment Award from the Maryland Chapter of the Federal Bar Association; 1993, Maryland Association for Higher Education Oustanding Faculty Award.Member: ABS (Fellow). Consultantships: Mem., Governor's Commission to Study Landlord-Tenant Law, 1970-73; Chair, Maryland State Bar Association's Correctional Reform Section, 1975-76; Mem., Governor's Commission to Study Prison Overcrowding, 1979-79; Co-Chair, Baltimore City Bar Association's Legal Service Committee, 1982-83; Chair, Maryland State Bar Association's Judicial Nominations Committee, 1982-83; Pres. and Mem. of the Bd., Public Justice Center, Inc., 1985-91; Mem., Advisory Board of the American Bar Association's Death Penalty Representation Project, 1987-93; Mem., ABA Standing Committee of Legal Aid and Indigent Defendants, 1987-93; Mem., Cardin Commission (study the delivery of legal services to the poor in Maryland), 1987-87; Chair, Baltimore City Task Force to Study the Constitutionality of Baltimore City's Minority and Women's Business Enterprise Program, 1989-90; Chair of the Adv'y Bd., St. Ambrose Legal Services Program, 1990-95; Rptr., Baltimore City Charter Review Commission, 1992-94; Co-Founder and Mem., Steering Committee of the Maryland Moderate Income Access to Justice Project, 1995-99; Mem. and Rptr., Maryland Moderate Income Access to Justice Advisory Taskforce, 1995-99; Bd. Mem., Community Law in Action Inc., 1997-09; Bd. Mem. & Founding Mem., Civil Justice, Inc., 1998-09; Mem., President's Pro Bono and Public Services Commission of the American Association of Law Schools, 1999-99; Rptr., Modest Means Tast Force (created by the Litigation Section of ABA), 2002-03; Dir., Board of Maryland Public Interest Law Project, 2005-09; Rptr., Maryland Criminal Pattern Jury Instructions Committee (prepares form instructions for use in criminal cases), 2006-09; Mem., Maryland Access to Justice Commission, 2008-09; Consult., Maryland State Bar Association (recommending re-establishment of State Judicure Program, 2008-08; Chair, Subcommittee on Self-Represented Litigants, 2008-09; Mem., American Bar Association Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services, 2008-09.

Binny Miller (American University, Washington College of Law)

Christina L. Misner-Pollard (Oklahoma City University School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Human Rights and Comparative Law
Bio: MISNER-POLLARD, CHRISTINA L. (F) Dir., Immig. Law Clinic and Instr. of Law, Oklahoma City. b.1968. BA, 1990, Indiana Univ. - Bloomington; JD, 1994, Seattle; LLM, 2007, Georgetown. Admitted: WA, 1994. Assoc. Att'y, Law Off. of Mary Kay High, Tacoma, WA, 1994 - 1995; Fellow, Northwest Immigrant Rts. Proj., Seattle, WA, 1996 - 1997; Solo Practitioner, Law Off. of Christina L. Misner, Tacoma, WA, 1996 - 1998; Staff Att'y, Eastside Legal Assist. Prog., Bellevue, WA, 1998 - 2005; Adj. Prof., Seattle Univ. Sch. of Law, 2006; Staff Att'y, Northwest Justice Proj., Tacoma, WA, 2006; Clin. Instr., Oklahoma City Univ. Sch. of Law, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Immigration Law; Immigration Law Clinic. Member: Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n.

James E. Moliterno (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
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.

Amy Montemarano (Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Does It Take Two to Tango? Exploring the Pedagogy of Teaching Collaboration Skills Across Different Clinical Models (In-House Clinics, Field Clinics & Externships)
Bio: MONTEMARANO, AMY (F) Vis. Ass't Prof., Drexel. b.1966. Bachelor of Sci., 1989, Univ. of Va.; Juris doctor, 1994, Rutgers - Camden. Notes & Casenotes Editor, Rutgers Law Jour. Admitted: PA, 1994; NJ, 1994. Law Clerk, Hon. Robert B. Kugler, USMJ, Camden, NJ, 1994 - 1996; Associate, Cozen O'Connor, Philadelphia, PA, 1996 - 1997; Associate, Williams, Cuker & Berezofksy, Philadelphia, PA, 1997 - 1999; Career Law Clerk, Hon. Robert B. Kugler, USDJ, Camden, NJ, 1999 - 2004; Legal Writing Fac., Rutgers-Camden Law Sch., 2004 - 2006; Vis. Asst. Professor, Legal Methods, Drexel Univ. Earle Mack Sch. of Law, 2006 - 2007; Asst. Dean of Career & Professional Dev., Drexel Univ. Earle Mack Sch. of Law, 2007 - Pres; Vis. Assistant Professor of Law, Drexel University, Earle Mack Sch. of Law, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Legal Methods; LRW. Member: Legal Writing Inst.

Perry Moriearty (University of Minnesota Law School)

Laurie A. Morin (University of the District of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Adding Variety to Clinical Legal Education Through Service-Learniing
Bio: MORIN, LAURIE A. (F) Prof., District of Columbia. b.1951. BA, 1979, SUNY; MPA, 1980, Northeastern; JD, 1983, Northeastern. Admitted: MA, 1985; DC, 2004. Legal Writing Instr., Suffolk, 1983-1984; Clerk, MA App. Ct. Boston, 1984-1985; Assoc., Stehlin & Bergstresser Boston, 1985-1988; Exec. Dir., Tobacco Products Liability Proj. Boston, 1988-1990; Exec. Dir., Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, 1990-1993; Adj. Prof., Northeastern, 1993-1996; Ass't Prof., Dist. of Columbia, 1996-2000; Assoc. Prof., 2000-2005; Prof., Since 2005. Subjects: Community Development Clinic; Legal Research & Writing; Professional Responsibility.

Angela Morrison (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Policing in the Modern Era
Bio: MORRISON, ANGELA Legal Director, Nevada Immigrant Resource Proj., Nevada, Las Vegas.

Linda H. Morton (California Western School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Teaching Law Students to Work on Interdisciplinary Teams
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.

Barbara Moses (Seton Hall University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Expanding Lawyering Skills: Out of the Courtroom and into the Studio
Bio: MOSES, BARBARA (F) Acting Ass't Prof. of Lawyering, Seton Hall. b.1957. JD, 1982, Harvard; JD, 1982, Harvard. Articles Editor, Harvard Jour. on Legis.; Articles Editor, Harvard Jour. on Legis. Admitted: CA, 1984; CA, 1984; NY, 1994; NY, 1994; DC, 1994; DC, 1994. Clerk, Ch. Justice Vincent McKusick, Maine Sup. Jud. Ct., Portland, ME, 1982 - 1983; Clerk, Ch. Justice Vincent McKusick, Maine Sup. Jud. Ct., Portland, ME, 1982 - 1983; Associate/Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, San Francisco, CA, 1983 - 1992; Associate/Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, San Francisco, CA, 1983 - 1992; Field Staff, Dukakis for Pres. Campaign, Boston, MA, 1987 - 1988; Field Staff, Dukakis for Pres. Campaign, Boston, MA, 1987 - 1988; Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, New York, NY, 1992 - 2002; Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, New York, NY, 1992 - 2002; Principal, Morvillo, Abramowitz, Grand, Iason, Anello & Bohrer, P.C., New York, NY, 2002 - Pres; Principal, Morvillo, Abramowitz, Grand, Iason, Anello & Bohrer, P.C., New York, NY, 2002 - Pres; Acting Assistant Professor of Lawyering, New York Univ. Law Sch., 2009 - 2011; Acting Assistant Professor of Lawyering, New York Univ. Law Sch., 2009 - 2011; Vis. Clinical Prof., Seton Hall Univ. Sch. of Law, 2011 - Pres; Vis. Clinical Prof., Seton Hall Univ. Sch. of Law, 2011 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Rights & Constitutional Litigation Seminar (S); Civil Rights & Constitutional Litigation Seminar (S); Civil Rights and Constitutional Litigation Clinic; Civil Rights and Constitutional Litigation Clinic; Lawyering; Lawyering. Member: Am. Law Inst.; Am. Law Inst.

Mary Z. Natkin (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: NATKIN, MARY Z. (F) Ass't Dean for Clin. Educ. & Public Serv. and Clin. Prof., Wash. & Lee. b.1957. BA, 1979, Cal., Berkeley; JD, 1985, Wash. & Lee. Admitted: VA, 1985. Att'y, Willis Damico & Apgar Roanoke VA, 1985-1986; Att'y, Natkin & Heslep Lexington VA, 1986-1989. Subjects: Externships, Law Related Service Program. Books & Awards: 2008, John W. Elrod Law Alumni Fellowship in Teaching Excellence; 2002, Law Alumni Association Faculty Fellow in Teaching Excellence.Member: CLEA; AALS. Consultantships: Co-Chair, Virginia State Bar Standing Committee on Professionalism, 2010-11.

Alistair E. Newbern (Vanderbilt University Law School)
Session: Works in Progress: Law and Society
Bio: NEWBERN, ALISTAIR E. (F) Ass't Clin. Prof. of Law, Vanderbilt. AB, 1995, Brown Univ.; JD, 2000, UC, Berkeley; LLM, 2010, Georgetown. Sr. Notes and Comments Ed., California Law Rev. Admitted: TN, 2001; DC, 2004; NC, 2007. Clerk, Judge Martha Craig Daughtrey, U.S. Ct. of Appeals, Sixth Cir., Nashville, TN, 2000 - 2001; Associate, Lieff, Cabraser, Heimann & Bernstein, Nashville, TN, 2001 - 2003; Clerk, Judge Aleta A. Trauger, U.S. Dist. Court, Middle Dist. of Tennessee, Nashville, TN, 2003 - 2004; Tchg. Fel. , Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr. Appellate Litig. Clinic, 2004 - 2006; Ass't Prof., Univ. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Law Sch., 2006 - 2008. Subjects: Appellate Litigation Clinic; Appellate Practice and Procedure. Books & Awards: 2001, American Bar Association Ross Award; 2000, Thelen Marrin Prize, University of California School of Law.

Elida Nogoibaeva (American University of Central Asia)
Lydia Nussbaum (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Law Profession and Ethics
Bio: NUSSBAUM, LYDIA Clin. Fel., Baltimore. Subjects: Family Mediation Clinic.

Ernest Ojukwu (Nigerian Law School)
Kimberly E. O'Leary (Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School)

Sarah H. Paoletti (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
Session: Concurrent Session: When the World is Your Community: the Challenges of Human Rights and Transnational Clinics
Bio: PAOLETTI, SARAH H. (F) Prac. Assoc. Prof., Pennsylvania. b.1970. BA, 1992, Yale; JD, 1998, American. Admitted: PA, 1999; NJ, 1999; DC, 2004. Jud'l Clerk, Hon. Anthony Scirica U.S.C.A. 3d Cir. Phila., 1999-2000; Staff Att'y, Friends of Farmworkers Inc. Phila. 1998-99, 2000-2003; Prac.-in-Res., American, 2003-2006; Clin. Supv'r & Lect., Pennsylvania, 2006 - 2010. Subjects: Human Rights Lawyering in the 21st Century (S); Immigrants in the Workplace (S); Immigrants in the Workplace (S); International Human Rights Clinic; Transnational Legal Clinic. Consultantships: President, Bd. of Directors, Centro de Los Derechos del Miqrante, Inc., since 2005; Secretary, Bd. of Dirs., Friends of Farmworkers, Inc., since 2006.

Reena Elizabeth Parambath (Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Does It Take Two to Tango? Exploring the Pedagogy of Teaching Collaboration Skills Across Different Clinical Models (In-House Clinics, Field Clinics & Externships)
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.

Jason Parkin (Pace University School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Law and Society
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.

Bernard P. Perlmutter (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Rewiring and Rewinding Clinical and Experiential Education the TJ Way
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.

Matthew Peters (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Community Lawyers and Community Issues

Matthew Peters (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Community Lawyers and Community Issues

Victoria F. Phillips (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Adding Variety to Clinical Legal Education Through Service-Learniing
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.

Michele R. Pistone (Villanova University School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Best Practices - Technology Section
Bio: PISTONE, MICHELE R. (F) Prof., Villanova. b.1964. BS, 1986, New York Univ.; JD, 1989, St. John's; LLM, 1999, Georgetown. St. John's L. Rev. Admitted: CT, 1989; DC, 1991; NY, 1991; PA, 2001. Assoc. Att'y, Willkie Farr & Gallagher NY, 1989-1991; Assoc. Att'y, Willkie Farr & Gallagher DC, 1991-1997; Legal Dir., Lawyers Com. for Human Rts. DC, 1995-1996. Subjects: Clinical Education; Immigration Law. Books & Awards: Fulbright Scholar, spring, 2006; Stepping Out of the Brain Drain: Applying Catholic Social Thought in a New Era of Migration, 2007. Member: AALS (Chair, Int'l Human Rts. Sect., 2004-05, Exec. Com., 2005-06). Consultantships: Co-Chair, Com. on Clin. & Skills Educ., Sect. of Legal Educ., ABA.; Consult., ALI-ABA, since 2001.

Alicia E. Plerhoples (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: PLERHOPLES, ALICIA E. Fellow, Georgetown.

Alicia E. Plerhoples (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Works in Progress: Community Lawyers and Community Issues
Bio: PLERHOPLES, ALICIA E. Fellow, Georgetown.

Jeffrey J. Pokorak (Suffolk University Law School)

Joy Radice
Raja Raghunath (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)

Sara Rankin (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: First-Year Live-Client Curricula: Collaborations Among Clinics, Skills Faculty, and Public Interest Organizations
Bio: RANKIN, SARA (F) Ass't Prof. of Lawyering Skills, Seattle. b.1970. BA (Hons), 1992, University of Oregon; M Ed, 1994, Harvard Grad. Sch. of Educ.; JD, 2000, New York Univ. Staff Editor, N.Y.U Rev. L. & Soc. Change. Admitted: IL, 2000. Associate, Litig., Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, Chicago, IL, 2000 - 2005; Ass't General Counsel, McGladrey & Pullen LLP, Chicago, IL, 2005; Partner, Litig., Kirkland & Ellis LLP, Chicago, IL, 2005 - 2009; Legal Analysis Research & Communication Instr., DePaul Coll. of Law, 2009 - 2010. Subjects: Legal Analysis Research & Communication. Books & Awards: 1994, Magna Cum Laude, Departmental Honors, Dean's List, University of Oregon; 1994, 4.0 G.P.A., Harvard Graduate School of Education.Member: Legal Writing Inst.

Isabel Raskin (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Works in Progress: Issues in Education Law
Bio: RASKIN, ISABEL Prac.-in-Res., Educ'l Advocacy Clin., Suffolk.

Isabel Raskin (Suffolk University Law School)

Jayesh Rathod (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Lawyering Skills 2.0: Specific Pedagogical Approaches for Emergent, Non-Litigation Lawyering Practices
Bio: RATHOD, JAYESH (M) Ass't Prof. of Law, American. b.1975. AB, 1997, Harvard; JD, 2001, Columbia. Admitted: NY, 2002; DC, 2002. Assoc., Wilmer Cutler & Pickering LLP, 2002; Jud. Law Clerk, Hon. Louis F. Oberdorfer U.S.D.C. for DC, 2002-2003; Staff Att'y, CASA of MD Inc., 2003-2006. Subjects: Immigrant Justice Clinic; Immigrants in the Workplace; Immigration Law.

Stephen Reed (Northwestern University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Opportunities for Transactional Clinics and Litigation Clinics to Reach Out and Build Bridges in the Community
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.

Thomas H. Speedy Rice (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Global Clinics in the Global World - Exciting, Compelling and Challenging
Bio: RICE, THOMAS H. SPEEDY (M) Prof. of Prac., Wash. & Lee. b.1954. JD, 1986, Cal. Western. Associated Editor, California Western Law Rev. Admitted: CA, 1986; WA, 1993. Associate, Luce Forward Hamilton & Scripps, San Diego, CA, 1986 - 1989; Solo Prac., Law Off. of Speedy Rice, San Diego, CA, 1989 - 2009; Externship Director / Prof., Gonzaga Univ. Sch. of Law, 1993 - 2002; Fulbright Scholar, Fulbright Scholar Univ of Montenegro Law Fac., Montenegro, 2002 - 2004; Vis. Prof., Univ of Central England/Birmingham City Univ., 2004; Vis. Prof., California Western Sch. of Law, 2004 - 2005; Legal Education Consult., National Cntr. for St. Courts, Serbia, Former Yugoslavia, 2005 - 2006. Subjects: Access to Justice - Africa; Aviation Law (S); Civil Procedure I & II; Conficts of Laws; European Court of Human Rights - Serbia; Evidence; Externship; Human Rights (S); International Criminal Justice ; Trial Advocacy I & II.

Jenny Roberts (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Policing in the Modern Era
Bio: ROBERTS, JENNY (F) Assoc. Prof., American. BA, 1987, Yale; JD, 1995, New York Univ. N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1996; MD, 2011. Clerk, Judge John S. Martin S.D.NY NYC, 1995-1996; Staff Att'y, Crim. Defense Div. Legal Aid Soc. NYC, 1996-2001; Trial Trainer, 1999-2000; Acting Ass't Prof., Lawyering Prog. New York Univ., 2001-2004; Sr. Res. Fel., Cntr. for Res. in Crime & Just., 2004-2005; Ass't Prof., Syracuse, 2005 - 2009; Assoc. Prof., Syracuse Univ. Coll. of Law, 2009 - 2010; Assoc. Prof., Am. Univ., 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Advanced Criminal Procedure: Plea Bargaining (S); Criminal Law Clinic. Member: Order of the Coif.

Fred Rooney (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session-Programmatic Structures
Bio: ROONEY, FRED, CUNY at Queens.

Becky Rosenfeld (Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law)
Laura L. Rovner (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Moderated Discussion: Challenges, Strategies, and Innovations
Bio: ROVNER, LAURA L. (F) Ronald V. Yegge Clin. Dir. and Assoc. Prof., Denver. b.1968. BA, 1990, Pennsylvania; JD, 1993, Cornell; LLM, 1995, Georgetown. Note Ed., Cornell J. Law & Pub. Poly. Admitted: MD, 1993; DC, 1995; ND, 2002; CO, 2004. Grad. Fellow/Staff Att'y, Inst. for Public Rep. Georgetown, 1993-1995; Staff Att'y/NAPIL Equal Just. Fel., Nat'l Ass'n of the Deaf Silver Spring MD, 1995-1997; Ass't Prof. & Dir., Public Interest Law Firm Syracuse, 1997-2000; Vis. Ass't Prof., Western St., 2000-2001; Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Externship Prog., 2001-2002; Assoc. Prof. & Clin. Dir., North Dakota, 2002-2004; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Denver Coll. of Law, 2004 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Rights; Civil Rights Clinic; Clinic. Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Co-Chair, Com. on Rts. of Persons w/ Disabilities, Sect. on Indiv. Rts. & Respon., ABA, since 1998; Co-chair , AALS Clinical Section's Political Interference Group, since 2011.

Nantiya Ruan (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: First-Year Live-Client Curricula: Collaborations Among Clinics, Skills Faculty, and Public Interest Organizations
Bio: RUAN, NANTIYA Lect., Lawyering Process, Denver. b.1971. BA, 1993, Villanova; MSW, 1999; JD, 1999, Denver. Admitted: NY, 2000; CA, 2004; CO, 2005. Jud. Clerkship, U.S.D.C. SDNY NYC, 1999-2000; Assoc., Outten & Golden NYC, 2000-2003; Assoc., Goldstein Demchak Baller Borgen & Dardarion Oakland CA, 2003-2005; Lawyering Process Prof., Denver, Since 2004. Subjects: Employment Law Mediation (S); Lawyering Process-Legal Writing & Research; Poverty Law (S). Member: Law & Soc. Ass'n.

Leif I. Rubinstein (Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center)

Dakota Rudesill (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Works in Progress: Creating a Clinic
Bio: RUDESILL, DAKOTA SUNDANCE Vis. Assoc. Prof. of Law, Georgetown. JD, 2006, Yale. Exec. Editor, Yale J. Int'l L. Admitted: MN, 2007; ND, 2009; DC, 2010. Legis. Ass't, U.S. Senator Kent Conrad, Washington, D.C., 1995 - 2000; Prof'l Staff Mem., U.S. Senate Budget Com., Washington, D.C., 2001 - 2003; Law Clerk, U.S. Eighth Cir. Ct. of App., Minneapolis, MN, 2007 - 2008; Confirmation Adv'r, Presidential Transition Team, Washington, D.C., 2008 - 2009; Spec. Ass't, Off. of the Dir. of National Intelligence, Washington, D.C., 2009 - 2010; Vis. Professor (part time), Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr., 2010; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr., 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Federal Legislation & Administrative Clinic.

Avis L. Sanders (American University, Washington College of Law)

Bidish Sarma (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Criminal Law

Robert Savage (Florida International University College of Law)
Session: Making Room for Business: Practice and Pedagogical Challenges (and Opportunities) of Consumer and Investor Advocacy Clinics
Bio: SAVAGE, ROBERT Clin. Ass't Prof. of Law, Florida International. JD, 1993, Univ. of Florida; MBA, 1993, Univ. of Florida. Admitted: FL, 1994. Subjects: Investor Advocacy Clinic (S).

Daniel M. Schaffzin (The University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
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. Ass't 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)

Susan B. Schechter (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: When the Clinical Teacher is Not Supervising Attorney: Pedgagogical Opportunities and Challenges
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: Closing Remarks
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.

Scott A. Schumacher (University of Washington School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session-Staffing Structures
Bio: SCHUMACHER, SCOTT A. (M) Assoc. Prof. and Director, Grad. Prog. in Tax'n, Wash., Seattle. b.1962. BA, 1986, Loyola, L.A.; JD, 1990, Seattle; LLM, 1991, New York Univ. Seattle U. L. Rev. Admitted: WA, 1991. Att'y Adv'r, U.S. Tax Ct. DC, 1991-1992; Trial Att'y, Tax Div. U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1992-1996; Att'y, Chicoine & Hallett P.S. Seattle, Since 1996; Lect., Wash. Seattle, 2001-2004; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Washington, Since 2004; Acting Dir., Clin. Law Progs., 2006-2007. Subjects: Taxation; White Collar Crime. Books & Awards: Tax Crimes, 2008.

Beth Schwartz (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Works in Progess: Building on Best Practices: The Walls are Coming Down - Experiential Learning
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.

Beth Schwartz (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Finding the Right Fit - Identifying Practices What Works for YOUR Field Placement Program
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.

Steven D. Schwinn (The John Marshall Law School)
Session: Concurrent Session: First-Year Live-Client Curricula: Collaborations Among Clinics, Skills Faculty, and Public Interest Organizations
Bio: SCHWINN, STEVEN D. Assoc. Prof., John Marshall. BA, 1992, Mich. St.; JD, 1995, American. Ed'l Bd. Member, Am. U. J. Gender & L. Admitted: MI, 1996. Asst. General Counsel, Peace Corps, Washington, DC, 1996 - 9999; Assoc. Dir. Legal Research and Writing Prog., George Washington Univ. Law Sch., 1999 - 2001; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Maryland Sch. of Law, 2001 - 2007; Assoc. Prof., John Marshall Law Sch., 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Comparative Constitutional Law and Human Rights (S); Constitutional Law; Legal Research and Writing (S); Various. Books & Awards: Basic Legal Res. Workbook, 2011. 2001, Bender Teaching Award.

Antoinette Sedillo Lopez (University of New Mexico School of Law)
Session: Are We Abandoning the In-House Clinic? In-House Clinics, Hybrid/Community-Based Clinics, and Experiential Practicum/Lab Courses. Oh My!
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: Works in Progress: Building on Best Practices: The Walls are Coming Down - Transfer of Learning and Curricular Connections
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: Concurrent Session: Teaching Resilience Across a Diverse Clinical Curriculum
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.

Andrea M. Seielstad (University of Dayton School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Lawyering Skills 2.0: Specific Pedagogical Approaches for Emergent, Non-Litigation Lawyering Practices
Bio: SEIELSTAD, ANDREA M. (F) Prof., Dayton. b.1966. AB, 1988, Princeton Univ.; JD, 1991, Michigan. Admitted: NM, 1991; Navajo Nation, 1992; OH, 1998. Staff Att'y, DNA-People's Legal Servs. Inc. Eastern Navajo Agency Crownpoint NM, 1991-1995; Clin. Fellow & Vis. Lect., New Mexico, 1995-1996; Ass't Prof., Dayton, 1996-1999; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Idaho, 1999-2000; Assoc. Prof., Dayton, 2000-2003; Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: ADR for Litigators, Online Mediation Clinic; Civil Procedure; Civil Rights (S); Clinical Teaching; Federal Jurisdiction; Legal Ethics/Professional Responsibility. Member: Am. Ass'n of Law Schools, Clin. Section, Exec. Com.

Marci B. Seville (Golden Gate University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Domestic Workers Rising: The Role of Legal Clinics in Transforming Rights
Bio: SEVILLE, MARCI B. (F) Prof. & Dir., Women's Emplymt. Rts. Clinic., Golden Gate. b.1950. BA, 1971, New York Univ.; JD, 1975, Rutgers - Newark. Admitted: CA, 1975; NY, 1983. Assoc., Law Offs. of Howard Moore Oakland, 1975-1979; Priv. Prac., Self San Fran., 1979-1981; Indus'l Rels. Counselor, CA Dep't of Indus'l Rels. San Fran., 1981-1983; House Counsel, CA Sch. Employees Ass'n San Jose, 1983-1993; Assoc. Prof., 1993-2002; Dir., Women's Emplymt. Rts. Clinic Golden Gate, Since 1993; Prof., Since 2002. Subjects: Labor Law; Law of the Employment Relationship; Women's Employment Rights Clinic (S); Women's Employment Rights Seminar (S). Books & Awards: Employee and Union Guide to Labor Law (contrib. author), 1983; California Public Sector Labor Rels. (contrib. author), 1989; The Family Med. Lv. Act of 1993, Chap. 30 in Emplymt. Discrimination: Law & Litig. (Contrib. Author), 1994. Member: Soc. of Am. Law Teachers. Consultantships: Bd. of Adv'r, Discrim. Res. Cntr, since 1998; Ct. Appt'd Monitor (Consult. Position), Class Action Title VII Case, 2002-06; Exec. Com., Labor & Emplymt., CA St. Bar, 2000-04, Adv'r, 2004-06.

Hina Shah (Golden Gate University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Domestic Workers Rising: The Role of Legal Clinics in Transforming Rights
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).

Sarah Shalf (Emory University School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: SHALF, SARAH Admin. Prof., Emory.

Ann C. Shalleck (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - The Changing Face of Clinical Legal Education: Models, Pedagogies, and Opportunities for Transfer
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 Shanahan (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Bellow Scholars Program Report on Projects
Bio: SHANAHAN, COLLEEN, Georgetown.

Marjorie A. Silver (Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center)
Session: Concurrent Session: Rewiring and Rewinding Clinical and Experiential Education the TJ Way
Bio: SILVER, MARJORIE A. (F) Prof., Touro. b.1948. BA, 1970, Brandeis Univ.; JD, 1973, Pennsylvania. Admitted: PA, 1973; NY, 1981. Clerk, Ch. Just. Jos. S. Lord III U.S.D.C. E.D. PA Phila., 1973-1974; Trial Att'y, FDA O.G.C. Rockville MD, 1975-1977; Ass't Reg. Att'y, H.E.W. Region II NYC 1974-75, 1977-1979; Spec. Ass't U.S. Att'y, U.S. Att'y S.D.N.Y. NYC, 1978-1979; Ch. Reg. Civil Rts. Att'y, Dep't of Educ. Region II NYC, 1979-1983; Assoc. Prof., New York L.S., 1983-1991; Assoc. Prof., Touro, 1991-1995; Prof., Since 1995. Subjects: Civil Practice Externship (S); Civil Procedure; Legal Profession. Books & Awards: Dissent Without Opinion: The Behav'r of Justice William O. Douglas in Fed. Tax Cases (with Wolfman & J. Silver), 1975; The Affective Assitance of Counsel: Practicing Law as a Healing Profession, 2007. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.; Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Impartial Hearing Off'r, Educ. Dep't, since 1995; Trustee, NYS Lawyers Assistance Trust, since 2007; Trustee, Center for Restorative Practices, since 2009.

Anita Sinha (American University, Washington College of Law)
Abbe Smith (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Concurrent Session: Teaching Resilience Across a Diverse Clinical Curriculum
Bio: SMITH, ABBE (F) Prof. & Dir., Crim Defense & Prisoner Advocacy Clinic, Georgetown. b.1956. BA, 1978, Yale; JD, 1982, New York Univ. Admitted: PA, 1982; NY, 1989; MA, 1992; DC, 1997. Ass't Defender, Defender Ass'n of Phila., Philadelphia, PA, 1982 - 1990; Vis. Prof., CUNY at Queens, 1987-1989; Vis. Prof., Temple Univ., 1987 - 1989; Dep. Dir., Clinical Instructor, Lecturer on Law, Harvard, 1990-1996; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, 1996-1999; Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, 1999-2002; Prof., Georgetown, Since 2002; Vis. Prof., Univ. of Melbourne, 2008. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Criminal Justice; Criminal Procedure; Professional Responsibility; Trial Advocacy. Books & Awards: Beyond the Rodney King Story: An Investigation of Police Misconduct in Minority Communities (with C. Ogletree, et al.), 1995; Case of a Lifetime: A Crim. Defense Lawyer's Story, 2008; Understanding Lawyers' Ethics (with M. Freedman), 4th ed., 2010. 2005, Senior Fulbright Scholar.Member: SALT (since 1987).;. Consultantships: Mem., Nat'l Lawyers Guild, since 1978; Mem., National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers , since 1996; Bd. Mem., Bronx Defenders, since 2001; Bd. Mem., National Juvenile Defender Center, since 2006; Mem., American Board of Criminal Lawyers, since 2010.

Brenda V. Smith (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Lawyering Skills 2.0: Specific Pedagogical Approaches for Emergent, Non-Litigation Lawyering Practices
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.

Cynthia Soohoo (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: When the World is Your Community: the Challenges of Human Rights and Transnational Clinics
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 School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Global Clinics in the Global World - Exciting, Compelling and Challenging
Bio: SORENSEN, JULIET S. Clin. Ass't Prof., Northwestern.

Rachel Spector (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Law and Society

James H. Stark (University of Connecticut School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Mediation First, or Last? A Conversation
Bio: STARK, JAMES H. (M) Prof. & Dir., Med. Clinic., Connecticut. b.1947. BA, 1968, Cornell; JD, 1971, Columbia. Admitted: DC, 1974; CT, 1981. Clerk, Hon. Carl Rubin U.S.D.C. S.D. OH, 1971-1973; Ass't Legal Dir., ACLU Nat'l Capital Area, 1973-1974; Lect. & Dir. of Lawyers in Corrections Proj., American, 1974-1976; Ass't Prof., 1976-1979; Assoc. Prof., Connecticut, 1979-1983; Dir., Civil Clin. Progs., 1979-1992; Prof., Since 1983; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 1992-1994; Dir., Med. Clinic, Since 1994. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Clinical Teaching (S); Constitutional Law; Evidence; Legal Profession; Torts.

James H. Stark (University of Connecticut School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Creating a Clinic
Bio: STARK, JAMES H. (M) Prof. & Dir., Med. Clinic., Connecticut. b.1947. BA, 1968, Cornell; JD, 1971, Columbia. Admitted: DC, 1974; CT, 1981. Clerk, Hon. Carl Rubin U.S.D.C. S.D. OH, 1971-1973; Ass't Legal Dir., ACLU Nat'l Capital Area, 1973-1974; Lect. & Dir. of Lawyers in Corrections Proj., American, 1974-1976; Ass't Prof., 1976-1979; Assoc. Prof., Connecticut, 1979-1983; Dir., Civil Clin. Progs., 1979-1992; Prof., Since 1983; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 1992-1994; Dir., Med. Clinic, Since 1994. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Clinical Teaching (S); Constitutional Law; Evidence; Legal Profession; Torts.

Tirien Steinbach (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: Closing Remarks
Bio: STEINBACH, TIRIEN Exec. Director, East Bay Community Law Cntr., UC, Berkeley.

Jessica Steinberg (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: STEINBERG, JESSICA Assoc. Prof. of Clin. Law, Geo. Was.

Robin Walker Sterling (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Using Student Role Models to Establish Aspirational Professional Identity Goals and Develop Self-Evaluation Criteria
Bio: STERLING, ROBIN WALKER Ass't Professor, Law Sch. Clin. Prog., Denver. BA, 1993, Yale; JD, 1999, New York Univ; LLM, 2008, Georgetown. Admitted: DC, 2000; CO, 2010. Law Clerk, Hon. Emmet Sullivan, U.S. Dist. Ct. for the Dist. of Columbia, Washington, DC, 1999 - 2000; Fellow, Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr., 2000 - 2002; Staff Att'y, Public Defender Serv. for the Dist. of Columbia, Washington, DC, 2002 - 2005; Supervising Att'y, Children's Law Cntr., Washington, DC, 2005 - 2006; Spec. Counsel, National Juv. Defender Cntr., Washington, DC, 2006 - 2010; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Denver Sturm Coll. of Law, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Criminal Defense Clinic (S).

Nancy Stuart (University of California, Hastings College of the Law)

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

Dana A. Thompson (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: Concurrent Session: Facing and Embracing Risk in Litigation, Multidisciplinary, and Transactional Clinics
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).

Peter Thompson (Charlotte School of Law)
Eda (Katie) Katharine Tinto (New York University School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Pedagogy
Bio: TINTO, KATIE Acting Ass't Prof. of Lawyering, New York Univ.

Karen L. Tokarz (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
Session: Are We Abandoning the In-House Clinic? In-House Clinics, Hybrid/Community-Based Clinics, and Experiential Practicum/Lab Courses. Oh My!
Bio: TOKARZ, KAREN L. (F) Charles Nagel Prof. of Pub. Int. Law & Pub. Svc., Dir.,Negotiation & Dispute Resolu. Program; Dir., Civil Rts & Comm. Justice Clinic,, Wash., St. Louis. BA, 1970, Webster; JD, 1976, St. Louis; LLM, 1985, UC, Berkeley. Ass't Mng. Ed., St. Louis U.L.J. Admitted: MO, 1976. Clerk, MO Ct. of App. St. Louis MO, 1976-1977; Instr., St. Louis, 1976-1979; Staff Att'y, Legal Servs. of E. MO, 1977-1979; Exec. Dir., Clin. Educ. Prog., 1980 - 2008; Ass't Prof., 1980-1986; Assoc. Prof., 1986-1987; Prof., 1987 - Pres; Israel Treiman Fac. Fel., 2001; Dir., Negotiation & Dispute Resolu. Prog., 2005 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Rights & Community Justice Clinic; Comparative Employment Law (S); Employment Discrimination (S); Human Trafficking & Labor Migration (S); Mediation Theory & Practice; Pretrial Practice & Settlement; Public Interest Law & Policy (S); Trial Advocacy. Books & Awards: Women, Sports, and the Law: A Comprehensive Res. Guide to Sex Discrim. in Sports, 1986; Law of Amateur and Prof'l Sports (contrib. author), 1988; Elderlaw: Advocacy for the Aging (with Krauskopf, Bogutz & Brown), 1993; Washington Univ. Founder's Day Award, 2005. 2008, Visiting Scholar, Harvard ; 2008, Fulbright Senior Specialist, South Africa.Member: Order of the Woolsack (1976). Consultantships: Chair., Sect. on Clin. Legal Educ., AALS, 1993-94; Pres., Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n, 1996-97; Mem., Accreditation Com., ABA, 2003-05.

Eugenio Torres (University of Puerto Rico School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: TORRES, EUGENIO , Puerto Rico.

Anne Traum (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Immigration Law
Bio: TRAUM, ANNE Assoc. Prof., Nevada, Las Vegas. AB, 1991, Brown. Admitted: CA, 1997; NV, 2001. Clerk, Judge Standwood R. Duval, Jr., New Orleans, LA, 1996 - 1998; Attorney, U.S. Dept. of Just., Envt'l & Natural Res. Div., Washington, 1998 - 2000; Trial Attorney on detail, U.S. Atty's Off., Las Vegas, NV, 2000 - 2002; Ass't Federal Public Defender, Law Offs. of the Fed. Pub. Def., Las Vegas, NV, 2002 - 2008; Assoc. Prof., UNLV, Las Vegas, NV, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Criminal Procedure Adjudication; Criminal Procedure Investigation. Member: Order of the Coif.

Emily I. Troshynski, Ph.D.
Session: Bellow Scholars Program Report on Projects

Joseph B. Tulman (University of the District of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: First-Year Live-Client Curricula: Collaborations Among Clinics, Skills Faculty, and Public Interest Organizations
Bio: TULMAN, JOSEPH B. (M) Prof., District of Columbia. b.1953. AB, 1975, Univ. of No. Car.; JD, 1979, Univ. of No. Car.; MAT, 1986, Antioch. Admitted: DC, 1979. Dep. Dir., Equal Just. Fdn. Inc. DC, 1979-1981; Att'y, Self DC, 1982-1984; Fellow, Antioch, 1984-1986; Ass't Prof., 1986-1988; Ass't Prof., Dist. of Columbia, 1988-1990; Assoc. Prof., 1990-1995; Prof., Since 1995; Clin. Dir., U.D.C.-D.C.S.L., 1998 - 2002; Clin. Dir., Univ. of the Dist. of Columbia David A. Clarke Sch. of Law, 2004 - 2008. Subjects: Juvenile and Special Education Law Clinic. Books & Awards: 2007, AALS Clinical Section - Bellow Scholar.Consultantships: Fac., National Judicial College, 2000-01; Chair, Juvenile Justice Advisory Group for the District of Columbia, 2001-03; Adv'y Bd. Mem., D.C. Dept. of Youth Rehabilitation Services, since 2007.

Carol A. Turowski (Case Western Reserve University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Lions, Tigers, and Bears, Oh My: Confronting Fears, Phobias and Falsehoods When Diversifying Clinical Pedagogies
Bio: TUROWSKI, CAROL A. Assoc. Prof., Charlotte. b.1961. BA, 1982, CUNY, City Coll.; JD, 1987, CUNY at Queens; MA, 1997, Columbia. Admitted: NY, 1988; NC, 1994. Superv'g Att'y, Hofstra, 1998-2000; Ass't Prof., Case Western Res., 2000-2003; Assoc. Prof., 2003-2004. Subjects: Criminal Justice Clinic (S); Trial Tactics. Member: Nat'l Ass'n of Crim. Defense Lawyers; AALS (Clin. Sect.).; CLEA.

Michael Scott Vastine (St. Thomas University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Sessions: Beyond Live-Client Litigation: The Integration of Community Advocacy and Organizational Collaboration in In-House Immigration Clinics
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.

Sheila Velez-Martinez (University of Pittsburgh School of Law)

Teresa Jacqueline Verges (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Making Room for Business: Practice and Pedagogical Challenges (and Opportunities) of Consumer and Investor Advocacy Clinics
Bio: VERGES, TERESA (F) Director, Investors' Rts. Clinic, Miami. b.1963. BA (Hons), 1985, Elmhurst Coll.; JD, 1989, DePaul. Articles and Notes Editor, DePaul Law Rev. Admitted: IL, 1989; FL, 1994. Associate, Jenner & Block, Chicago, IL, 1989 - 1995; Associate, Genovese Joblove & Battista, Miami, Florida, 1995 - 1998; Reg. Trial Counsel, Securities and Exchg. Comm., Miami, Florida, 1998 - 2004; Ass't Regional Dir., Securities and Exchg. Comm., Miami, Florida, 2004 - 2011.

Steven M. Virgil (Wake Forest University School of Law)

Patricia C. Voorhies (Northeastern University School of Law)

Frances L. Watson (Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: WATSON, FRANCES L. (F) Clin. Prof., Ind., Indianapolis. b.1955. BS, 1976, Ball St. Univ.; JD, 1980, Ind., Indpls. Admitted: IN, 1980. Dep. Public Defender, Off. of the St. Public Defender Indpls., 1980-1985; Ass't Corp. Counsel, Marion Cty. Legal Div. Indpls., 1985-1989; Clin. Instr. (Crim. Def. Clinic), Ind. Indpls., 1990-1994; Ch. Public Defender, Marion Cty. Public Defender Agency Indpls., 1993-1995; Clin. Supv'r, Ind. Indpls., 1995-2003; Clin. Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Criminal Defense Clinic; Law and Forensic Science; Lawyering Practice; Trial Advocacy.

Heather K. Way (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Multi-Dimensional Experiential Learning Projects: Combining Empirical Research, Pro Bono Service, and Legal Education in the Field
Bio: WAY, HEATHER K. (F) Lecturer/Director, Univ. of Texas. Admitted: TX, 1996. Subjects: Community Development Clinic (S).

Heather K. Way (The University of Texas School of Law)

Lindsey Webb (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Criminal Law
Bio: WEBB, LINDSEY (F) Lect. & Dir., Pub. Interest, Denver. Admitted: CO, 1999.

Ian S. Weinstein (Fordham University School of Law)

Janet Weinstein (California Western School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Teaching Law Students to Work on Interdisciplinary Teams
Bio: WEINSTEIN, JANET (F) Prof. & Dir., Clinic Prog., Cal. Western. b.1946. BA, 1968, U.C.L.A.; JD, 1974, San Diego. Exec. Ed., San Diego L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1974. Dep. Att'y Gen., CA Dep't of Just. San Diego, 1974-1977; Adj. Prof. & Res. Dir., San Diego, 1977-1978; Lect., Cal. Western, 1978; Vis. Ass't Prof., San Diego, 1978-1980; Vis. Ass't Prof., Cal. Western, 1980-1981; Ass't Prof., 1981-1988; Dir., Clin. Prog., 1983-1997; Prof., Since 1988; Dir., J.D./M.S.W. Prog., Since 1997; Dir., Clinic Prog., Since 2002. Subjects: Child Abuse & Neglect (S); Clinical Teaching; Community Organizing & Problem solving; Family Law; Interviewing & Counseling; Legal Analysis; Mediation. Books & Awards: Supervising Attorneys Hdbk., 1983.

Michelle T. Weller (New York Law School)

David B. Wexler (The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Rewiring and Rewinding Clinical and Experiential Education the TJ Way
Bio: WEXLER, DAVID B.* (M) Prof., Puerto Rico. b.1941. BA, 1961, Harpur, SUNY at Binghamton; JD, 1964, New York Univ. Note Ed., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1964; AZ, 1970. Att'y, Branch of Enforcement SEC, 1964-1965; Att'y, Crim. Div. U.S. Dep't of Just., 1965-1967; Lect., Georgetown, 1966-1967; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Ariz., 1967-1970; Prof., 1970-1985; Law Coll. Ass'n Prof. of Law & Prof. of Psy., 1985-1990; John D. Lyons Prof. of Law & Prof. of Psychol., Since 1991; Prof., Puerto Rico, Since 1997. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Law & Psychiatry; Law & Social Sciences. Books & Awards: Am. Psychiatric Ass'n Manfred S. Guttmacher Award, 1972; Therapeutic Jurisprudence: The Law as a Therapeutic Agent, 1990; Law in a Therapeutic Key: Developments in Therapeutic Jurisp. (with B. Winick), 1996; Judging in a Therapeutic Key: Therapeutic Jurisp. and the Courts (with B. Winick), 2003; Rehabilitating Lawyers:Principles of Therapeutic Jurisp. for Crim. Law Prac., 2008. 2007, Honorary Distinguished Member, American Psychology-Law Society.Member: Int'l Acad. of Law & Mental Health (Former V.P.); ABA Com. on Mental Disability Law (Former Chair); COIF. Consultantships: Dir., Int'l Network on Therapeutic Jurisp., Univ. of Puerto Rico.; Legal Task Panel, President's Com. on Mental Health, 1977-78; , MacArthur Fdn. Study Grp. on Mental Health & Law, 1987-97; Consult., Office of Court Administration, San Juan, Puerto Rico, since 2009.

Virgil O. Wiebe (University of St. Thomas School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Learning from How Other Disciplines Think and Teach about Professional Ethics
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.

Paulette J. Williams (University of Tennessee College of Law)

Paulette J. Williams (University of Tennessee College of Law)
Session: Works in Progress: Community Lawyers and Community Issues
Bio: WILLIAMS, PAULETTE J. (F) Assoc. Prof., Tennessee. b.1946. BA, 1966, Brown Univ.; JD, 1971, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1973; TN, 2001. Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. Volunteer Div. NYC, 1971-1974; Staff Att'y, NY Telephone Co., New York, 1974-1975; Ass't Att'y-in-Charge, The Legal Aid Soc. Volunteer Div. NYC, 1975-1998; Adj. Prof., CUNY Law Sch., 1987-1995; Vis. Lect., Cornell, 1998; Assoc. Prof., Tennessee, Since 1999; Vis. Professor of Clinical Law, The George Washington Univ. Law Sch., 2009. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Family Law (S); Women & the Law (S). Member: Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n; Soc. of Am. Law Teachers. Consultantships: Pres., Bd. Mem., Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n, 2002-09; Co-Chair, Legal Educator's Com., ABA Forum on Affordable Housing & Community Dev., 2006-08; Exec. Com., Sect. on Clin. Educ., AALS, 2006-08; Exec. Ed., ABA Journal on Affordable Housing and Community Development Law, since 2009.

Cynthia Wilson (Northwestern University School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: When the Clinical Teacher is Not Supervising Attorney: Pedgagogical Opportunities and Challenges
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: Works in Progress: Issues in Education Law
Bio: WILSON, ERIKA , Univ. of No. Ca.

Richard J. Wilson (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Universal Rights, East, and West? The Local, Regional and Global Work of Human Rights Clinics in Kyrgyzstan and the United States
Bio: WILSON, RICHARD J. Prof. & Dir., Int'l Human Rts. Law Clinic., American. BA, 1965, DePauw Univ.; JD, 1972, Illinois. Admitted: IL, 1972; DC, 1990. Ass't Defender, St. Appellate Defender Elgin IL, 1972-1974; Dep. Defender, Springfield, 1974-1980; Dir., Defender Div. Nat'l Legal Aid & Defender Ass'n DC, 1980-1985; Assoc. Prof., CUNY at Queens, 1985-1989; Fulbright Lect., Rep. of Colombia, 1987; Assoc. Prof., American, 1989-1992; Prof., Since 1992. Subjects: Comparative Criminal Procedure (S); Economic Social & Cultural Rights (S); Global Public Interest Practice (S); International Human Rights Law Clinic; International Law & Litigation in the US; Lawyering Seminar (S). Books & Awards: Int'l Human Rts. Law and Prac. (with Martin, Schnably, Slye, Falk, Simon & Koren), 1997; Rts. Int'l Companion to Crim. Law and Proc. (with Martin), 1999; Pauline Ruyle Moore Scholar Award, 2004; Int'l Human Rts. & Humanitarian Law: Treaties, Cases & Analysis (with Martin, Schnalby, Simon & Tushnet), 2006; Defense In Int'l Crim. Proceedings (with Bohlander & Boed), 2006; Egon Guttman Textbook Award, 2006. Member: AALS, Clin. Sect.; SALT; ASIL. Consultantships: Bd. of Directors, ENSAAF, 2005-11; Consult., Open Society Justice Initiative - Clinical Legal Education, 2007-10; President, Bd. of Directors, Human Rights USA, 2007-11; Int'l Scholar, Am. U of Central Asia, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Open Society, 2011-12.

Lucille Wood (The University of Texas School of Law)
Leah Wortham (The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law)

Leah Wortham (The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Considering Autonomy, Mastery, and Purpose in Diverse Clinical Models
Bio: WORTHAM, LEAH (F) Professor, Cath. Uni. b.1948. BA, 1970, Macalester Coll.; JD, 1973, Harvard. Admitted: GA, 1973; DC, 1981. Mng. Att'y, Main Off. Legal Aid Soc. Atlanta, 1973-1975; Legis. Ass't, U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Holtzman, 1975-1977; Ass't to Pres. for Policy Plng., Legal Servs. Corp. DC, 1977-1979; Dep. Assoc. Dir., U.S. Int'l Dev. Corp. DC, 1979-1981; Ass't Prof., Cath. Univ., 1981-1987; Assoc. Prof., 1987-2006; Assoc. Dean, External & Student Affrs., 1990-1995; Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Clinical Practice Course; Criminal Law; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Learning from Practice: A Prof'l Dev. Text for Legal Externs (2d ed), 2007. 2008, Jagiellonian University Medal for Merit.Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Ethics Com., DC Bar, 1989-95, V-Chair, 1993-94, Chair, 1994-95; Rules of Prof'l Conduct Rev. Com., DC Bar, 2000-06, Chair, 2004-06; Int'l Scholar, Academic Fellows Program Open Society Institute, 2008-11.

Jennifer L. Wright (University of St. Thomas School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Learning from How Other Disciplines Think and Teach about Professional Ethics
Bio: WRIGHT, JENNIFER L. (F) Assoc. Prof., St. Thomas-Mpl. b.1960. BA, 1982, Swarthmore Coll.; JD, 1986, Stanford. Admitted: CA, 1987; OR, 1988; MN, 2003. Affiliated Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of San Mateo Cty. Redwood City CA, 1987-1988; Staff Att'y, OR Legal Servs. Albany OR, 1988-1997; Dir., Clin. Educ. Willamette, 1998-2003; Assoc. Prof., St. Thomas Mpls., Since 2003. Subjects: Clinical Teaching. Books & Awards: 2011, UST Law Mission Award for Scholarly Engagement and Societal Reform.Consultantships: Governing Coun., Elder Law Sect., MN St. Bar Assn.

Liliana C. Yanez (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters
Bio: YANEZ, LILIANA, C. Instructor CUNY at Queens.

Jennifer Zawid (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Rewiring and Rewinding Clinical and Experiential Education the TJ Way
Bio: ZAWID, JENNIFER Director, Externship Prog. and Lect., Miami.

Christina A. Zawisza (The University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law)
Session: Concurrent Session: Rewiring and Rewinding Clinical and Experiential Education the TJ Way
Bio: ZAWISZA, CHRISTINA A. (F) Prof. of Clin. Law., Memphis. BA, 1969, Albany; Public Policy and Admin., 1971, Univ. of Wisconsin; JD, 1977, Univ. of Va. Admitted: FL, 1977; NY, 1986; TN, 2003. Att'y, Jacksonville Area Legal Aid, 1977-1986; Att'y & Proj. Dir., Legal Servs. of Greater Miami, 1986-1995; Dir., Children First Proj. & Clin. Instr. Nova Southeastern, 1996-2002; Ass't Prof. of Clin. Law, Memphis, 2002-2005; Assoc. Prof. of Clin. Law, 2005 - 2010; Prof. of Clinical Law, Univ. of Memphis Sch. of Law, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Child and Family Litigation Clinic; Children's Rights: The Policy Framework; Disability Law and Practice; Juvenile Law. Consultantships: Ad Hoc Comm. on Unauthorized Prac. of Law by HRS Social Workers, Sup. Ct. of FL, 1988-89; Barkett Study Comm. on Child Welfare, FL Legis., 1989-91; TN Children's Just. Task Force, TN Dep't of Children's Servs., since 2005; Adv'y Com. on Spec. Educ. Trng. for Admin. Law Judges, Tennessee Administrative Office of the Courts, 2007-07; Dependency Ct. Improvement Proj., Tennessee Supreme Court, since 2008; Unified Family Ct. Task Force, Shelby County, 2008-08.

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