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Speakers
2011 Conference on Clinical Legal Education
Date: June 12 — 17, 2011
Location: Sheraton Seattle Hotel

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Speakers
Mark N. Aaronson (University of California, Hastings College of the Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Integration and Transfer
Bio: AARONSON, MARK, N. (M) Prof. of Law Cal., Hastings. b.1944. AB, 1965, Cal., Berkeley; MA, 1966, Cal., Berkeley; JD, 1969, Univ. of Chgo.; PHD, 1975, Cal., Berkeley. Admitted: CT, 1970; CA, 1970. Fellow, Mandel Legal Aid Clinic , Chicago, 1969-1970; Fellow, Hartford Neighborhood Legal Servs. , Hartford CT, 1970-1971; Ass't Prof., CUNY at CCNY, New York City, 1975; Lect., Cal. Davis, Davis, 1976; Lect., Cal. Berkeley, Berkeley, 1976-1977; Exec. Dir., S.F. Lawyers' Com. for Urban Affrs. , San Francisco, 1977-1990; Assoc. Att'y, Adams & Broadwell , San Mateo CA, 1990-1992; Ass't Clin. Prof., Cal. Hastings, 1992-1995; Assoc. Clin. Prof., Cal. Hastings, 1995-1998; Clin. Prof., Cal. Hastings, 1998 - 2007; Professor, Cal. Hastings, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Community Economic Development Clinic; Individual Representation Clinic; Poverty Law; Problem Solving and Professional Judgment. Member: Alpha of CA. in Pol. Sci.; Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Chair, Exec. Com., Legal Servs. Sect., St. Bar of CA, 1981-82.

Bryan L. Adamson (Seattle University School of Law)
Bio: ADAMSON, BRYAN L. Assoc. Prof., Seattle. b.1963. PhB, 1985, Miami Univ.; BS, 1985; MA, 1987, Purdue Univ.; JD, 1990, Case Western Res. 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.

Jane H. Aiken (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Readiness for the Profession
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 Prof., Washington Univ. Sch. of Law, 1998-2007; Prof., Georgetown, Since 2007. 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.; 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; Comm'r, AZ Disease Control Res. Comm., 1988-91.

Raquel E. Aldana (University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Understanding Law Across Borders and Cultures
Bio: ALDANA, RAQUEL, E. (F) Professor McGeorge. b.1972. BA, 1993, Ariz. St.; JD, 1997, Harvard. Arts. Ed., Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. Admitted: AZ, 1997. Assoc., Jones Day Reavis & Pogue DC, 1997-1998; Att'y, Cntr. for Just. & Int'l Law DC, 1998-2001; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Nevada Las Vegas , 2001-2003; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Nevada Las Vegas , 2003-2006; Prof., Univ. of Nevada Las Vegas , Since 2006. Subjects: Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Immigration Law; International Human Rights; International Labor Law ; Latin American Comparative Law. Books & Awards: Everyday Law for Latinos , 2008; Understanding Immig. Law , 2009. Member: LATCRIT, Inc.; Soc. of Am. Law Tchrs. (Bd. since 2006) (Co-President 2010-2012). Consultantships: Legal Adv'r, Cntr. for Just. & Int'l Law, since 2000.

Ty Alper (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: Criminal Clinics 2.0: Advantages and Drawbacks to Broadening the Traditional Model
Bio: ALPER, TY, (M) Assoc. Dir., Death Penalty Clinic. and Ass't Clin. Prof. of Law Cal., Berkeley. b.1974. BA, 1995, Brown; JD, 1998, New York Univ; LLM, 2004, Georgetown. Sr. Arts. Ed., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1998; DC, 1999; GA, 2001; AL, 2002. Clerk, Hon. Harry T.Edwards U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1998-1999; E. Barrett Prettyman Fel., Crim. Just. Clinic Georgetown, 1999-2001; Staff Att'y, So. Cntr. for Human Rts. Atlanta, 2001-2004; Ass't Adj. Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 2004-2005; Vis. Acting Clin. Prof., 2005-2007; Assoc. Dir., Death Penalty Clinic, Since 2007. Subjects: Death Penalty Clinic; Death Penalty Clinic (S). Books & Awards: Recent Grad. Award, New York Univ., 2003.

Alicia Alvarez (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: Reimagining Lawyering in the Transactional Setting: Substantive and Contextural Differences
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.

John J. Ammann (Saint Louis University School of Law)
Session: Testimony and Teaching: The Role of Religion in Law School Clinics
Bio: AMMANN, JOHN, J. (M) Clin. Prof. of Law & Dir. Legal Clinics St. Louis. b.1958. BA, 1979, Southern Illinois; JD, 1984, St. Louis. St. Louis. U. Pub. L. Rev. Admitted: MO, 1984; IL, 1985. Clerk, MO Ct. of App. St. Louis, 1984-1985; Clerk, IL Ct. of App. Granite City, 1985-1987; Staff Att'y, Land of Lincoln Legal Assist. Alton IL, 1987-1994; Ass't Prof., 1994-2000; Dir., Civil Clinic St. Louis, Since 1994; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 2000-2005; Clin. Prof., Since 2005. Subjects: Civil Practice; Clinics.

Claudia Angelos (New York University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: The Status of Proposed ABA Changes to Security of Position
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.

Megan Annitto (West Virginia University College of Law)
Session: Works-in-Progress: Juvenile Justice
Bio: ANNITTO, MEGAN, Director, Cntr. for Law and Public Ser W. Va. Uni. BA, 1995, Boston Coll.; MSW, 2001, Catholic Univ. of America; JD, 2001, Cath. Univ. Catholic Univ. of America Law Rev. Admitted: NJ, 2001; NY, 2003. Law Clerk, Judge Anne E. Thompson, U.S. Dist. Ct., Trenton, New Jersey, 2001 - 2003; Attorney, National Cntr. on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia Univ., New York, New York, 2003 - 2005; Public Defender, The Legal Aid Soc. of New York, Brooklyn, New York, 2005 - 2008; Legis. Counsel, NYC Coun., New York, New York, 2008 - 2009. Subjects: Juvenile Justice; Public Service Externship. Books & Awards: "First Talk: A Teen Pregnancy Preven. Dialogue Among Latinos (with Mayden and Castro), 1999.

Annette R. Appell (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
Session: Works-in-Progress: Consumers, Contracts, and Children
Bio: APPELL, ANNETTE, (F) Prof., Assoc. Dean, Clin. Affrs., & Co-Dir., Civil Justice Clinic Wash., St. Louis. b.1961. BA-Philosophy, 1982, Cornell Univ.; law, 1986, Northwestern. Member, Jour. of Int'l Law & Bus. Admitted: IL, 1987. Assoc., Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal Chgo., 1986-1988; Att'y & Guardian Ad Litem, Off. of the Public Guardian of Cook Cty. Chgo., 1988-1991; Assoc., Meites Frackman Mulder & Mollica Chgo., 1991-1992; Clin. Fac., Children & Family Just. Cntr. Northwestern, 1992-1996; Ass't Clin. Prof., So. Carolina, 1996-1998; Assoc. Prof., William S. Boyd Law School, Univ. of Nevada , 1998 - 2002; Professor, William S. Boyd Law School, Univ. of Nevada , 2002 - 2008. Subjects: Child Welfare; Civil Procedure II; Civil Procedure/ADR I; Constitutional Law. Member: CLEA (V.P./Pres.-Elect, 2002-03, Pres., 2003).

Nicole Appleberry (The University of Michigan Law School)
Bio: APPLEBERRY, NICOLE, (F) Clin. Ass't Prof. Michigan. b.1966. BA (Hons), 1988, Michigan; JD, 1994, Michigan; LLM, 2000, Wayne St. Admitted: MI, 1994. Ass't Prosecuting Att'y, Livingston Cty. Prosecutor's Off., Howell, Michigan, 1995 - 1999; Attorney, Ferguson & Widmayer, PC, Ann Arbor, MI, 1999 - Pres; Clin. Ass't Prof., The Univ. of Michigan, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Low Income Taxpayer Clinic; Mediation Clinic.

Amy G. Applegate (Indiana University Maurer School of Law)
Bio: APPLEGATE, AMY G. (F) Clin. Prof., Ind., Maurer. b.1956. BA, 1978, Cornell; JD, 1981, Harvard. 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: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Clinical Teaching. 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.

Amy G. Applegate (Indiana University Maurer School of Law)
Session: Introduction - Law Clinic Directors Workshop
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: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Clinical Teaching. 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.

Deborah N. Archer (New York Law School)
Bio: ARCHER, DEBORAH, N. (F) Prof. NYLS. b.1971. BA, 1993, Smith Coll.; JD, 1996, Yale. Ed Yale L. & Pol'y Rev.; J. on L. & Feminism. Admitted: NY, 1997. Clerk, Hon. Alvin W. Thompson U.S.D.C. Dist. of CT Hartford, 1996-1997; Karpatkin Fel., ACLU NYC, 1997-1998; Ass't Counsel, NAACP Legal Defense Fund NYC, 1998-2000; Assoc., Simpson Thacher & Bartlett NYC, 2000-2003; Assoc. Prof., New York L.S., Since 2003. Subjects: Civil Rights; Clinical Teaching; Employment Law. Consultantships: Civil Rts. Com., Ass'n of the Bar of the City of NY, since 2000.

Shaun Archer (Ipsos, ASI, Inc.)
Session: Teaching for Transfer in the Clinic

George V. Baboila (University of St. Thomas Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services)
Wendy A. Bach (University of Tennessee College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Integration and Transfer
Bio: BACH, WENDY, A. (F) Assoc. Prof. Tennessee. b.1967. MA, 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.

Jeffrey R. Baker (Faulkner University, Thomas Goode Jones School of Law)
Session: Testimony and Teaching: The Role of Religion in Law School Clinics
Bio: BAKER, JEFFREY, R. Clin. Director, Assoc. Prof. of Law 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.

David Baluarte (American University, Washington College of Law)
Bio: BALUARTE, DAVID (M) Practitioner-in-Residence, American. b.1975. JD, 2005, American. Subjects: International Human Rights Law Clinic (S).

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

Paul D. Bennett (The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law)
Session: The Value of Interdisciplinary Collaboration in the Decision Making Process (Presented in Honor of Alan Lerner)
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., Since 1996; Ass't Clin. Prof., 1998-2001; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 2001-2003; Clin. Prof., Since 2003; 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)
Session: How Multiple Cooks Make Broth - Decision Making and Organizational Clients
Bio: BENNETT, SUSAN, D. (F) Prof., & Dir., Community & Econ. Dev. Law Clinic. American. b.1952. BA, 1973, Yale Coll.; MA, 1975, Yale; JD, 1979, Columbia. Admitted: MD, 1980; DC, 1989. Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Bur. Towson MD, 1979-1984; Lect., 1984-1987; Dir., Public Interest Law Clinic Am., 1984-1998; Ass't Prof., 1987-1991; Assoc. Prof., 1991-1994; Prof., Since 1994; Dir., Community & Econ. Dev. Law Clinic, Since 1998; Dir., Clin. Progs., 2003-2006. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Local Government (Urban Problems) (S); Poverty Law (S); Property Law. Member: AALS (Exec. Com., Sect. on Poverty Law, 1992-97, 2006-2009, Chair, 1996-97). Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Nat'l Law Cntr. on Homelessness & Poverty, 1992-01, Co-Chair, 1996-98, Sec'y, 1998-01; Co-Chair, Legal Educ. Prac. Div., Forum on Affordable Housing & Community Dev., ABA, 1999-01; Mem., ABA Commission on Homelessness and Poverty, 2007-10; Vice Chair, D.C. Bar Pro Bono Program,Community Economic Development Advisory Board, since 2008.

Marilyn J. Berger (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Faux Faculty Reconvenes
Bio: BERGER, MARILYN, J. (F) Prof. Seattle. b.1943. BS, 1965, Cornell Univ.; JD, 1970, Cal., Berkeley. Admitted: NY, 1971; CA, 1973. Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. Albany NY, 1970-1973; Sr. Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. San Rafael CA, 1973-1976; Assoc. Att'y, Saltzman & Johnson San Fran., 1976-1977; Adj. Prof., New Coll. Law Sch. of CA San Fran., 1976-1978; Att'y, Self Mill Valley CA, 1977-1978; Ass't Prof., Puget Sound, 1978-1981; Vis. Prof., Polytechnic of the So. Bank London, 1980-1981; Scholar-in-Res., Univ. of London King's Coll. Eng., 1981; Assoc. Prof., Puget Sound, 1981-1990; Dir., Trial Advocacy Prog., Since 1985; Vis. Prof., Koyoto Univ. Koyoto Japan, 1988-1989; Prof., Puget Sound, 1990-1994; Scholar, WA Comm. for the Humanities, 1994-1996; Prof., Seattle, Since 1994; Dir., Films for Just. Inst. Seattle, Since 2005. Subjects: Film & the Law (S); Gender & Justice (S); Trial Advocacy (Civil). Books & Awards: Trial Advocacy: Planning, Analysis and Strategy 2d ed 2008(with J. Mitchell & R. Clark), 2008; Pretrial Advocacy: Planning, Analysis and Strategy 3d ed 2010 (with J. Mitchell & R. Clark), 2010; Out of the Ashes: 9/11, a documentary film, 2010.

Marilyn J. Berger (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Faculty Curriculum Committee and Final Proposal
Bio: BERGER, MARILYN, J. (F) Prof. Seattle. b.1943. BS, 1965, Cornell Univ.; JD, 1970, Cal., Berkeley. Admitted: NY, 1971; CA, 1973. Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. Albany NY, 1970-1973; Sr. Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. San Rafael CA, 1973-1976; Assoc. Att'y, Saltzman & Johnson San Fran., 1976-1977; Adj. Prof., New Coll. Law Sch. of CA San Fran., 1976-1978; Att'y, Self Mill Valley CA, 1977-1978; Ass't Prof., Puget Sound, 1978-1981; Vis. Prof., Polytechnic of the So. Bank London, 1980-1981; Scholar-in-Res., Univ. of London King's Coll. Eng., 1981; Assoc. Prof., Puget Sound, 1981-1990; Dir., Trial Advocacy Prog., Since 1985; Vis. Prof., Koyoto Univ. Koyoto Japan, 1988-1989; Prof., Puget Sound, 1990-1994; Scholar, WA Comm. for the Humanities, 1994-1996; Prof., Seattle, Since 1994; Dir., Films for Just. Inst. Seattle, Since 2005. Subjects: Film & the Law (S); Gender & Justice (S); Trial Advocacy (Civil). Books & Awards: Trial Advocacy: Planning, Analysis and Strategy 2d ed 2008(with J. Mitchell & R. Clark), 2008; Pretrial Advocacy: Planning, Analysis and Strategy 3d ed 2010 (with J. Mitchell & R. Clark), 2010; Out of the Ashes: 9/11, a documentary film, 2010.

William Berman (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Worksin-Progress: Clinical Pedagogy
Bio: BERMAN, WILLIAM, (M) Clin. Prof. of Law Suffolk. BA, 1982, Union Coll.; JD, 1986, Boston Univ. Admitted: MA, 1986. Ass't D.A., Middlesex D.A.'s Off. Middlesex Cty. MA, 1987-1990; Ass't Att'y Gen., Off. of the Att'y Gen. C'wealth of MA Boston, 1991-1998. Subjects: Housing Clinic; Landlord-Tenant & Housing Issues (S).

Adele Bernhard (Pace University Elisabeth Haub School of Law)
Session: Bellow Award Report on Projects
Bio: BERNHARD, ADELE, (F) Assoc Prof. Pace. b.1950. BA, 1972; JD, 1976, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1977. Dir., Trng. & Resources for Assigned Counsel Appellate Div. NYC, 1988-1992; Dir., Trng. for the NYC Assigned Counsel Plan, 1992-1994. Subjects: Criminal Defense Clinic (S); Post Conviction Project; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Shanara Gilbert, CLEA Award, 2001. Consultantships: Oversight Com., Indigent Defense Org., 1996-04, Chair, 2000-03.

Caroline Bettinger-Lopez (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Preparing Students for Practice in a Globalized World: Teaching Complex Problem Solving through Transnational Partnerships
Bio: BETTINGER-LOPEZ, CAROLINE, Assoc. Clin. Professor, Dir. Human Rts. Clinic Miami.

Keith S Blair (University of the District of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of Law)
Session: The Effective Use of Technology in Legal Problem Solving
Bio: BLAIR, KEITH, S. (M) Assoc. Prof. of Law and Director, Low-Income Tax Clinic District of Columbia. b.1960. BS, 1982, Andrews Univ.; JD, 1993, Brooklyn. Admitted: GA, 1994; NY, 1994; DC, 1995; MD, 2005. Pro se Clerk, U.S.C.A. 2nd Cir. NYC, 1993-1995; Trial Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. Anti-trust Div. DC, 1995-1997; Sr. Trial Att'y, U.S. Dep't of Just. Tax Div. DC, 1997-2005. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Tax Clinic; Tax Practice and Procedure.

Beryl S. Blaustone (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Understanding Content and Context: The Importance of Relationships in Clinical Legal Supervision and Lawyering
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: Interdisciplinary Diagnosis: Problem-Solving Client Matters in Collaboration with Medical Professionals to Achieve Client-Centered Solutions
Bio: BLISS, LISA, R. (F) Ass't Clin. Prof. & Assoc. Dir., 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, 1989-1993; Clin. Lect., Univ. of Florida, 1994-1995; Dep. Dir., Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Fdn., 1996-1999; Assoc., Magill & Atkinson P.C. Atlanta, 1999-2001; Instr., Georgia St., 2001-2006; Ass't Clin. Prof., 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. Consultantships: Bd. of Directors, Clinical Legal Education Association, since 2009.

Brenda B. Blom (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Beyond a Cost/Benefit Analysis: Mustering the Arguments for a Value-Based Program Decision
Bio: BLOM, BRENDA, B. (F) Prof. & Co-Dir., Clin. Prog. Maryland. b.1953. BA, 1989, Baltimore; MPS, 1993, Maryland; JD, 1993, Baltimore; PhD, 2002, Maryland. Admitted: MD, 1993. Staff Att'y, Community Law Cntr. Inc. Balt., 1993-1996; Exec. Dir., Empowerment Legal Servs. Prog. Inc. Balt., 1996-1998; Ass't Prof., Maryland, 1998-2003; Assoc. Prof., 2003-2006; Dir. Clin. Prog., Since 2004; Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Clinical Law; Community & Economic Development (S); Professional Responsibility and Practice: The Rules and Reality (S). Consultantships: Bd. Chair, Law Sch. Consortium Proj., since 2003; Adv'y Bd., MD Legal Assist. Network, since 2005; Adv'y Coun., Standing Com. on the Delivery of Legal Serv., ABA,, 2006-07. on leave, Year 2010-2011.

Lauren Breen (University at Buffalo School of Law, The State University of New York)
Session: Works-in-Progress: Consumers, Contracts, and Children
Bio: BREEN, LAUREN, (F) Tchg. Fac. Buffalo. b.1961. AB, 1983, Georgetown; JD, 1989, Buffalo. Admitted: NY, 1990. Staff Att'y, Neighborhood Legal Servs., 1989-1992; Assoc., Hiscock & Barclay, 1992-1995. Subjects: Community Economic Development Clinic and Class; Exempt Organizations & Nonprofit Groups. Books & Awards: Birzon Prize in Clin. Legal Studies, 1989.

Melissa L. Breger (Albany Law School)
Session: Works-in-Progress: Lawyering for Change
Bio: BREGER, MELISSA, L. (F) Prof. of Law Albany. b.1969. BS, 1991, Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; JD, 1994, Michigan. Admitted: NY, 1995; MI , 1999. Vol. Att'y, Lawyers for Children NYC, 1994; Legal Dep't Att'y, St. Joseph's Servs. Bklyn., 1995; Staff Att'y, The Legal Aid Soc. Hempstead NY, 1996; Staff Att'y, The Legal Aid Soc.-Juv. Rts. Bklyn., 1996-1999; Clin. Ass't Prof., The Univ. of Michigan Law Sch., 1999-2002; Prof. of Law, Albany Law Sch., 2002-2006; Director, Family Violence Litig. Clinic at Albany Law Sch., Since 2002. Subjects: Children and the Law; Evidence; Family Law; Family Violence Litigation Clinic; Gender & the Law (S); Women & the Law/Domestic Violence (S). Books & Awards: New York Laws of Domestic Violence (with Elkins and Fosbinder), 2nd ed, 2006; New York Laws of Domestic Violence, 2007; New York Laws of Domestic Violence, 2008; New York Laws of Domestic Violence, 2009; New York Laws of Domestic Violence, 2010. 2002, L. Hart Wright Teaching Award (Michigan); 2005, Shanara Gilbert Award.Member: CLEA.

Sarah Brenes (University of St. Thomas School of Law)
Session: How Do We Sort Facts and Analyze "Symptoms" Using Help from Experts in Other Professions?
Bio: BRENES, SARAH , Fellow-Clinic St. Thomas-Mpl.

Lisa E. Brodoff (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Applying Decision Making Theory to Experiential Learning Choices - Students as our Clients?
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: Works-in-Progress: Clinical Pedagogy and Community Mediation
Bio: BROOKS, SUSAN, L. (F) Assoc. Dean for Experiential Learning and Assoc. Prof. of Law Drexel. b.1960. AB, 1983, Univ. of Chgo.; AM, 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; Clin. Prof., Vanderbilt, 1997-2001; Clin. Prof., Since 2001; Assoc Dean for Experiential Learning and Assoc Prof of Law, Drexel Sch. of Law, Philadelphia, PA, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Family Law; Juvenile Law (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., 2009. 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.

Michelle Bryan (Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana)
Session: Content and Context in the Big Sky State: How Native, Rural, and Other Socio-Economic Issues Inform Understanding of Client Legal Problems
Bio: MUDD, MICHELLE BRYAN, (F) Ass't Prof. Montana. b.1973. BS, 1996, Montana St.; JD, 2000, Montana. Ed., Mont. L. Rev. Admitted: MT, 2001. Att'y, Church Harris Johnson & Williams P.C., Since 2001; Instr., Montana, Since 2005. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Land Use Planning; Legal Research and Writing; Water Law. Books & Awards: 2009, Margery Hunter Brown.Member: AALS. Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Sec./Treas., Vice Pres., Pres., Montana Just. Fdn., since 2004; Gubernatorial Appointmet, Small Business Compliance Advisory Council, since 2010.

Susan J. Bryant (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Experiential Learning
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.

Michael Buchert (Sound Mental Health)
Sarah M. Buel (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
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, Los Angeles)
Session: Power, Politics and Professionalism: Understanding Context in Field Placements
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.

Iris A. Burke (University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law)
Session: Beyond Best Practices: Integrating Cultural Competence Training in Legal Education
Bio: BURKE, IRIS, A. (F) Sr. Legal Skills Prof. Univ. of Florida. b.1946. JD, 1977, Brooklyn. Bklyn. J. of Int'l L. Admitted: FL, 1977. Mng. Att'y, Three Rivers Legal Servs., 1979-1980; Dir., Legal Res. & Writing Univ. of Florida, 1982-1989; Clinic Instr., 1989-2003; Legal Skills Prof., 2003-2004; Sr. Legal Skills Prof., Since 2004. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Interviewing & Counseling; Legal Research & Writing.

Angela Olivia Burton (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: The Importance of Exploring Content and Context in Encouraging and Navigating Difficult Conversations In the Classroom - A Framework
Bio: BURTON, ANGELA, OLIVIA (F) Assoc. Prof. CUNY at Queens. Indus'l & Labor Rels., 1981, Cornell Univ.; Law, 1991, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1992. Clerk, Hon. Fritz W. Alexander NY St. Ct. of Apps. Albany, Albany, New York, 1991-1992; Assoc., Debevoise & Plimpton P.C./ NYC, New York, New York, 1992-1995; Lawyering Instr., New York Univ. Sch. of Law, 1995 - 1998; Ass't Prof., Syracuse Univ. Coll. of Law, 1998 - 2003; Assoc. Prof., CUNY at Queens, Since 2006. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Family Law (S); Juvenile Law (S); Legal Research and Writing (S).

Sylvia Caley (Georgia State University College of Law)
Session: Interdisciplinary Diagnosis: Problem-Solving Client Matters in Collaboration with Medical Professionals to Achieve Client-Centered Solutions
Bio: CALEY, SYLVIA, Ass't Clin. Professor, Director, Health Law Partnership (HeLP), Co-Associate Director, HeLP Clinc. 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.

Charles R. Calleros (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Experiential Learning
Bio: CALLEROS, CHARLES, R. (M) Prof. of Law Ariz. State. b.1953. BA, 1975, Cal., Santa Cruz; JD, 1978, Cal., Davis. Admitted: CA, 1978; AZ, 1981. Ct. Clerk, U.S.C.A. Central Staff San Fran., 1978-1979; Clerk, U.S. Cir. Judge Procter Hug Jr. Reno, 1979-1981; Assoc. Prof., Ariz. St., 1980-1984; Prof., Since 1984; Assoc. Dean, 1990-1992. Subjects: Civil Rights; Contracts; International Contracts; Legal Writing Seminar (S). Books & Awards: Legal Method and Writing, 5th ed., 2006; Law Sch. Exams: Preparing and Writing to Win, 2007. Member: Phi Kappa Phi.; COIF. Consultantships: Bd. of Gov'rs, SALT, 1984-94; Mem., ALI, since 2007; Bd. Directors or Com. Mem., Hispanic National Bar Assoc. , since 2007.

Ann M. Cammett (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: A Matrix for Community Lawyering: Site, Practice, and Population
Bio: CAMMETT, ANN, M. Assoc. Prof. Nevada, Las Vegas. Subjects: Civil Procedure I and II; Family Justice Clinic.

Rachellle Camper (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Works-in-Progress: Lawyering for Change
Bio: CAMP, A. RACHEL, Baltimore.

Yael Cannon (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: The Context(s) of Disability
Bio: CANNON, YAEL, (F) Practitioner-in-Residence American. JD, 2005, Stanford. Personnel Officer, Stanford L. & Pol'y. Rev. Subjects: Disability Rights Law Clinic; Disability Rights Law Clinic; Juvenile Law: Children's Legal Rights. Books & Awards: 2005, Graduate with Distinction, Stanford Law School; 2005, Deborah L. Rhode Public Interest Award, Stanford Law School.

Esther Canty-Barnes (Rutgers Law School)
Session: The Context(s) of Disability
Bio: CANTY-BARNES, ESTHER, (F) Clin. Prof. & Dir. of Spec. Educ. Clinic Rutgers - Newark. BA, Bennett Coll.; JD, 1981, Rutgers - Newark. Admitted: PA, 1981; NJ, 1981. Off. of Public Defender, St. of NJ Newark, 1987-1994; Presiding Judge, Irvington Municipal Ct. Twp. of Irvington NJ, 1994-2001; Clin. Att'y, Spec. Educ. Rutgers Newark, 1997-2002; Acting Dir., Spec. Educ. Clinic, 2002-2005; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 2002-2005; Clin. Prof., Since 2005; Dir., Since 2005. Subjects: Clinical Teaching-Special Education (S). Books & Awards: Shanara Gilbert Award, AALS Sect. of Clin. Legal Educ., 2004. Consultantships: Chair, Subcom. on Women of Color, Sup. Ct. Com. on Women, 1998-06; Improvment Com., NJ Children in the Cts., since 2004.

John J. Capowski (Widener University Delaware Law School)
Bio: CAPOWSKI, JOHN, J. (M) Professor Widener. b.1946. Bachelor of Arts, 1968, Hamilton Coll.; JD, 1971, Cornell. Admitted: NY, 1972; MD, 1978. Staff Att'y, Monroe Cty. Legal Assist. Corp. Rochester NY, 1971-1973; Instr. & Staff Att'y, Cornell, 1973-1975; Dir., Legal Aid Clinic, 1975-1978; Lect., 1975-1978; Dir., Legal Servs. Clinic Maryland, 1978-1982; Ass't Prof., 1978-1984; Assoc. Prof., 1984-1987; Ass't Att'y Gen., Consumer Protec. Div. Off. of the Att'y Gen. Balt., 1987-1990; Dir., Educ. & Trng., 1987-1994; Vis. Assoc. Prof., New Mexico, 1991; Assoc. Prof., Widener, Since 1994; Co-Dir., Intensive Trial Advocacy Prog., 1997-2000; Dir., Clin. Progs., 1998-1999; Vis. Prof., W. Va. Univ., 2002; Professor, Widener, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Advanced Evidence (S); Civil Procedure; Clinical Teaching; Comparative Civil Procedure, Evidence, and Trial Practice (S); Evidence. Consultantships: Exec. Com., Clin. Sect., AALS, 1983-85; Staff Mem., Adv'y Coun. on Fam. Legal Needs of Low Income Persons, 1991-94; Consult., PA Coalition Against Domestic Violence, since 1995; Exec. Comm., Evidence Sect., AALS, since 2008.

Eduardo R. Capulong (Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana)
Session: Content and Context in the Big Sky State: How Native, Rural, and Other Socio-Economic Issues Inform Understanding of Client Legal Problems
Bio: CAPULONG, EDUARDO, R. Ass't 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.

Eduardo R. Capulong (Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana)
Session: Works-in-Progress: Clinical Pedagogy and Community Mediation
Bio: CAPULONG, EDUARDO, R. Ass't 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.

Esme Caramello (Suffolk University Law School)
Bio: CARAMELLO, ESME, Suffolk.

Camille Carey (University of New Mexico School of Law)
Session: A Matrix for Community Lawyering: Site, Practice, and Population
Bio: CAREY, CAMILLE, (F) Ass't Prof. New Mexico. JD, 2001, Cal., 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; Torts.

William Tucker Carrington (University of Mississippi School of Law)
Session: Representing the Guilty in the Age of Innocence: Challenges for Criminal Defense Clinics, Innocence Projects, and Public Defender Agencies
Bio: CARRINGTON, WILLIAM TUCKER, Vis. Assoc. Prof. Mississippi.

Timothy M. Casey (California Western School of Law)
Session: Solving the Problem of Curricular Reform
Bio: CASEY, TIMOTHY, M.* (M) Professor Cal. Western. JD, 1992, Cal., 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.visiting, Year 2010-2011.

James L. Cavallaro (Harvard Law School)
Session: Preparing Students for Practice in a Globalized World: Teaching Complex Problem Solving through Transnational Partnerships
Bio: CAVALLARO, JAMES, L. (M) Exec. Dir., Human Rts. Program; Clin. Prof. Harvard. b.1962. AB, 1984, Harvard; JD, 1992, Cal., Berkeley. Assoc. Ed., Calif. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1992; 3rd Circuit, 1993. Orville Schell Fel., Human Rts. Watch DC, 1992-1993; Clerk, Hon. Dolores K. Sloviter 3d Cir. Phila., Philadelphia, PA, 1993-1994; Brazil Off. Dir., Human Rts. Watch Rio de Janeiro, 1993-1999; Exec. Dir., Global Just. Cntr., Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1999-2002; Assoc. Director, Human Rights Prog., Harvard Law Sch., 2002 - 2005; Clin. Director, Human Rights Prog., Harvard Law Sch., 2005 - 2006; Clincal Prof., Harvard Law Sch., 2006 - Pres; Exec. Dir., Human Rights Prog., Harvard Law Sch., Cambridge, MA, Since 2007. Subjects: Human Rights Advocacy (S); Human Rights Oversight Mechanisms (S); International Human Rights; The Doctrine and Practice of the Inter-American Human Rights System; Topics in Human Rights: Seminar for LLM Concentrators (S). Books & Awards: Police Brutality in Urban Brazil (for Human Rts. Watch), 1997; Behind Bars in Brazil (for Human Rts. Watch), 1998; Crime, Public Order and Human Rts., 2003; No Place to Hide: Gang, State, and Clandestine Violence in El Salvador (with Pedraza-Farina, Miller), 2010. Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Policy Com., David Rockefeller Cntr. for Latin Am. Studies, since 2002; Bd. of Dirs., Global Just. Cntr., Brazil, since 2003; Consult., LASPAU, since 2005; Member, Bd. of Directors, Front Line (Ireland), since 2010.

Jaclyn A. Cherry (University of South Carolina School of Law)
Bio: CHERRY, JACLYN, A. (F) Ass't Prof. South Carolina. BA, 1981, Seton Hill Univ.; JD, 1988, Duquesne. Fac. Advisor, Duquesne Univ. Sch. of Law Bus. Law Jour. Admitted: PA, 1988; SC, 2008. Att'y, Mistick Sittig & Weiss Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1988-1990; Jud'l Clerk, Hon. Lee J. Mazur Ct. of Common Pleas Allegheny Cty. Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1988-1990; Att'y, Lawyers Abstract Co., 1992-1994; Att'y, Self, 1993-1997; Att'y Sr. Compliance Off'r, Mellon Mortgage Co. Mellon Bank N.A. Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1996-1997; Prof. & Assoc. Dir., Clin. Legal Educ. Duquesne, Since 1997; Legal Counsel, Bethlehem Haven Pittsburgh, 2001-2003; Ass't Prof., Univ. of So. Carolina Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Economic and Community Development Law Clinic; Interviewing, Counseling and Negotiation; Nonprofit Organizations; Nonprofit Organizations Law Clinic; Tax Exempt Organizations. Books & Awards: Tax Exempt Organizations: Cases and Materials Teacher's Manual, 2003; Tax Exempt Organizations: Cases and Materials (with Cafardi), 2003; Understanding Nonprofit & Tax Exempt Organizations, 2006; Tax Exempt Organizations: Cases & Materials, 2d ed Teacher's Manual, 2008; Tax Exempt Organizations: Cases and Materials, 2nd edition, 2008. Member: Women's Law Ass'n (Duquesne Univ. Sch. of Law, 2003 Woman of the Year). Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Neighborhood Legal Servs. Ass'n, 1999-05; Bd. Pres., Bethlehem Proj., 2002-03; Co-Chair, Governance Rev. Com., Clinical Legal Education Association (CLEA), since 2010.

Marisa S. Cianciarulo (Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law)
Bio: CIANCIARULO, MARISA, S. (F) Assoc. Prof. of Law and Dir. of Family Violence Clinic Chapman. b.1973. BA, 1995, Cath. Univ.; JD, 1998, American; MA, 1998, Am. Univ. Sch. of Int'l Serv. Am. Univ. Int'l L. Rev. Admitted: NJ, 1998; PA, 1998. Staff Att'y, Hogar Hispano-Cath. Charities of Arl. Falls Church VA, 1998-1999; Legal Dir., 1999; Assoc., Yacub & Cianciarulo LLC Falls Church, 1999-2000; Part., 2000-2001; Staff Att'y, ABA DC, 2001-2003; Clin. Tchg. Fel., Villanova, 2003-2006; Assoc. Prof., Chapman, Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Family Violence Clinic; Gender & the Law (S); Legal & Equitable Remedies; Refugee Law (S).

Christine N. Cimini (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Diagnosis: Defining the Problem
Bio: CIMINI, CHRISTINE, N. (F) Ronald V. Yegge Clinic Dir. and Assoc. Prof. Denver. b.1967. BA, 1989, Clark Univ.; JD, 1992, Connecticut. Notes & Comments Ed., Conn. J. of Int'l L.; Notes and Comments Editor, Connecticut Jour. of Intl' Law. Admitted: CT, 1992; OR, 1996; CO, 1998. Robert M. Cover Clin. Tchg. Fellow, Yale, 1993-96. Staff Att'y, Neighborhood Legal Servs. Hartford CT, 1992-1993; Clin. Tchg. Fel., Yale, 1993-1996; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Servs. of OR Portland, 1996-1998; Staff Att'y, ACLU of CO Denver, 1998-1999; Ass't Prof., Denver, 1999-2006; Assoc. Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: 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).

Bradford Colbert (Mitchell Hamline School of Law)
Session: Unitary Tenure Track for Clinical Faculty? An Open Discussion of the Report & Recommendations from the Section on Clinical Legal Educ. Task Force on Status of Clinicians & the Legal Academy
Bio: COLBERT, BRADFORD, (M) Resident Adj. Prof. Wm. Mitchell. b.1956. BS, 1979, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison; JD, 1985, Wm. Mitchell. Admitted: MN, 1985. Public Defender, St. Public Defender, St. Paul., Pres; Assoc., Smith Juster Mpls., 1986-1987. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Criminal Procedure. Member: CLEA. Consultantships: Lead Counsel, MN v. Carter, 525 U.S. 83 , 1998-98.

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

Elizabeth B. Cooper (Fordham University School of Law)
Bio: COOPER, ELIZABETH B. (F) Assoc. Prof., Fordham. b.1961. BA, 1983, Pennsylvania; JD, 1988, New York Univ. Arts. Ed., Ann. Surv. Am. L. 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.

Mark A. Costanzo, Ph.D. (Claremont McKenna College)
Session: Plenary Session - Decision-Making

Patience A. Crowder (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: At SEA (Sympathy, Empathy, and Apathy): Teaching Students to Distinguish Between and Strategically Select Modes of Communication
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. 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 .

Evelyn Haydee Cruz (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters Sponsored by Gonzaga University School of Law
Bio: CRUZ, EVELYN, HAYDEE (F) Clin. Law Prof. & Dir., Immig. Law & Policy Clinic Ariz. State. b.1969. BA, 1991, Cal., Santa Cruz; JD, 1994, Santa Clara. Admitted: CA, 1995; CT, 2003. Staff Att'y, Immigrant Legal Resource Cntr. San Fran., 1987-2003; Assoc., Francisco Barba San Fran., 1994-1995; Interim Dir., Centro Legal de la Raza Oakland CA, 1995-1996; Adj. Prof., Golden Gate, 2000-2002; Cover Clin. Tchg. Fel., Yale, 2003-2005; Clin. Law Prof. & Dir. Immig. Clinic, Ariz. St., Since 2005. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Comprehensive Law Practice-Therapeutic Jurisprudence (S); Immigration Law (S). Books & Awards: 2007, ASU President's Medal for Social Embeddedness.Member: CLEA.

Evelyn Haydee Cruz (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
Session: Worksin-Progress: Clinical Pedagogy
Bio: CRUZ, EVELYN, HAYDEE (F) Clin. Law Prof. & Dir., Immig. Law & Policy Clinic Ariz. State. b.1969. BA, 1991, Cal., Santa Cruz; JD, 1994, Santa Clara. Admitted: CA, 1995; CT, 2003. Staff Att'y, Immigrant Legal Resource Cntr. San Fran., 1987-2003; Assoc., Francisco Barba San Fran., 1994-1995; Interim Dir., Centro Legal de la Raza Oakland CA, 1995-1996; Adj. Prof., Golden Gate, 2000-2002; Cover Clin. Tchg. Fel., Yale, 2003-2005; Clin. Law Prof. & Dir. Immig. Clinic, Ariz. St., Since 2005. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Comprehensive Law Practice-Therapeutic Jurisprudence (S); Immigration Law (S). Books & Awards: 2007, ASU President's Medal for Social Embeddedness.Member: CLEA.

Nicole S. Dandridge (Michigan State University College of Law)
Session: Works-in-Progress: Consumers, Contracts, and Children
Bio: DANDRIDGE, NICOLE, S. Dir. of Small Bus. & Nonprofit Clinic and Clin. Assoc. Prof. Mich. S. Admitted: FL, 2001; MI, 2004. Assoc. Clinical Professor and Director, Small Business & Nonprofit Clinic, Michigan St. Univ. Coll. of Law, 2004 - Pres. Subjects: Small Business and Nonprofit Clinic (S).

Robert D. Dinerstein (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: The Context(s) of Disability
Bio: DINERSTEIN, ROBERT, D. (M) Prof.& Dir. Clinic. Prgm. American. b.1953. AB, 1974, Cornell Univ.; JD, 1977, Yale. Admitted: NY, 1978; DC, 1983; MD, 1984. Trial Att'y, Dep't of Just. Civil Rts. Div. DC, 1977-1982; Clin. Lect., American, 1983-1988; Dir., Clin. Progs., 1988-1996; Assoc. Prof., 1988-1990; Prof., Since 1990; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., 1997-2004. Subjects: Civil Rights (S); Clinical Teaching (S); Disability Law (S); Employment Law (Disability) (S); Law & Psychiatry (S); Legal Profession. Books & Awards: Report on the Chilean Electoral Process (with Penn, Vazquez & Weidenfeld), 1987; Chap. XXII, Rts. of Institutionalized Persons with Disabilities in Lost Opportunities: The Civil Rts. Record of the Bush Admin. Mid-Term, Report of the Citizens' Comm. on Civil Rts. (S. Liss & W. Taylor eds.), 1991; Chap. 14, Rts. of Institutionalized Persons with Disabilities, in New Opportunities: Civil Rts. at a Crossroads, Citizens' Comm. on Civil Rts. (S. Liss & W. Taylor eds.), 1993; A Guide to Consent (with Herr & O'Sullivan), 1999; Teachers' Manual to Lawyers and Clients: Critical Issues in Interviewing and Counseling, 2009; Lawyers and Clients: Critical Issues in Interviewing and Counseling, 2009. 2010, William Pincus Award; 2009, American University Award for Outstanding Teaching in a Full-Time Appointment.Member: Phi Beta Kappa; SALT (Bd. of Gov'rs, 2001-2006); ; AALS (Chair, Sect. on CLE, 1992, Chair, Com. on CLE, 1996-98, Mbrshp. Rev. Com., 2000-02); ABF (Lifetime Fellow). Consultantships: Mem., Pres. Com. on Mental Retardation, 1994-01; Bd. of Gov'rs, DC Bar, 2002-05; Mem., ABA Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, since 2006.

Margaret Drew (University of Cincinnati College of Law)
Bio: DREW, MARGARET, (F) Prof. of Clin. Law, Dir. of Clinics and Experiential Learning Cincinnati. JD, 1980, Northeastern; LLM, 1983, Boston Univ. Admitted: MA, 1980; OH, 2006. Att'y, Self MA, 1980-2005; Adj. Prof., Northeastern, 2003-2005; Prof. & Dir., Domestic Violence and Civil Protection Order Clinic - Cincinnati, Since 2005. Subjects: Domestic Violence. Books & Awards: 2008, Goldman Award for Teaching Excellence; 2009, Goldman Award for Teaching Excellence.Member: CLEA; AALS;. Consultantships: Chair, Comm., on Domestic Violence, ABA, 2004-06; Spec. Adv'r, American Bar Association Commission on Domestic Violence , 2006-10.

Steven A. Drizin (Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law)
Session: Representing the Guilty in the Age of Innocence: Challenges for Criminal Defense Clinics, Innocence Projects, and Public Defender Agencies
Bio: DRIZIN, STEVEN, A. (M) Clin. Prof., Assoc. Dir., Bluhm Legal Clinic & Dir., Cntr. on Wrongful Convictions. Northwestern. b.1961. BA, 1983, Haverford; JD, 1986, Northwestern. Ed.-in-Ch., J. Crim. L. & Criminol. Admitted: IL, 1986. Jud. Clerk, Hon. Ilana D. Rovner Chgo., 1988-1989; Litig. Assoc., Sachnoff & Weaver Chgo. 1986-88, 1989-1991; Clin. Fel., Northwestern, 1991-1995; Clinic Staff Atty., 1995-2001; Supv'g Att'y, Children & Family Just. Cntr. & Lect., 1995-2001; Clin. Assoc. Prof., 2001-2004; Ass't Dir., Bluhm Legal Clinic, 2001-2005; Clin. Prof., Since 2004; Assoc. Dir., Bluhm Legal Clinic, Since 2005; Dir., Cntr. on Wrongful Convictions, Since 2005. Subjects: Clinical Practice; Criminal Law; Juvenile Justice; Trial Advocacy.

Jon C. Dubin (Rutgers Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - Fostering Intellectual Space for Clinical Colleagues
Bio: DUBIN, JON, C. (M) Assoc. Dean of Clin. Educ. Rutgers - Newark. AB, 1978, Dartmouth Coll.; JD, 1981, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1982; NJ, 2005. Clerk, Judge John L. Kane Jr. U.S.D.C. CO, 1981-1982; Karpatkin Fel., ACLU Nat'l Legal Dep't NYC, 1982-1983; Staff Att'y, The Legal Aid Soc. Civil Div. Harlem Neighborhood Off. NYC, 1983-1986; Ass't Att'y Gen., NYS Att'y Gen.'s Off. NYC, 1986-1987; Ass't Counsel, NAACP Legal Defense & Educ. Fund Inc. NYC, 1987-1989; Dir., Litig. The Legal Aid Soc. Civil Div. Harlem Neighborhood Off. NYC, 1989-1990; Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Civil Just. Clinic St. Mary's, 1990-1994; Co-Coord'r, Clin. Progs., 1994-1996; Prof., 1994-1999; Coord'r, Clin. Progs., 1997-1999; Prof., Rutgers Newark, Since 1999; Alfred C. Clapp Public Serv. Scholar, Since 2001; Dir., Clin. Progs., Since 2002. Subjects: Administrative Law; Civil Rights; Clinical Teaching; Constitutional Law; Poverty Law. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., National Center on Law and Economic Justice, 1992-01; Bd. of Eds., Clin. Law Rev., 1997-03; Bd. of Dirs., NJ Inst. for Social Just., since 2001.

Gillian Dutton (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Applying Decision Making Theory to Experiential Learning Choices - Students as our Clients?
Bio: DUTTON, GILLIAN, (F) Ass't Prof. & Director, Externship Prog. Seattle. b.1959. BA, 1982, Univ. of California, San Diego; MA, 1985, Univ. of California, San Diego; JD, 1988, Cal., Berkeley. Ecology L.Q. Admitted: WA, 1988; WA, 1988. Tchg. Ass't, Univ. of Cal. San Diego, 1983-1985; Staff Att'y, Evergreen Legal Servs. Yakima WA, 1988-1994; Lect., Wash. Seattle, Since 1995. Subjects: Criminal Externship, Civil Externship, Judicial Externship (S); Refugee & Immigrant Advocacy Clinic (S). Books & Awards: Goldmark Award, Washington St., 1999; Northwest Immigrant Rts. Proj. Golden Door Award, 2005. Member: CLEA. Consultantships: Consult. , ABA Language Access Standards Project, since 2010.

Deborah Thompson Eisenberg (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Worksin-Progress: Clinical Pedagogy
Bio: EISENBERG, DEBORAH THOMPSON, (F) Vis. Law Sch. Ass't Prof. Maryland. b.1969. BA, 1991, Maryland; JD, 1994, Yale. Symposium Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: MD, 1994. Associate, Ober, Kaler, Grimes & Shriver, Baltimore, MD, 1994 - 1996; Director, Appellate Advocacy; Staff Att'y, Public Justice Cntr., Baltimore, MD, 1996 - 2003; Partner, Brown, Goldstein & Levy, Baltimore, MD, 2003 - 2008; Vis. Asst Prof of Law, Univ. of MD Sch. of Law, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Employment Discrimination; Introduction to Civil Procedure; Legal Analysis, Writing & Research; Workers' Rights Clinic.

Russell Engler (New England Law | Boston)
Session: Imagine a “civil Gideon”: Access to Justice, Civil Right to Counsel and the Role of Law School
Bio: ENGLER, RUSSELL, (M) Prof. & Dir., Clin. Progs. New England. b.1957. BA, 1979, Yale; JD, 1983, Harvard. Admitted: MD, 1984; NY, 1986; MA, 1986. Clerk, U.S. Cir. Judge Francis D. Murnaghan Jr. Balt., 1983-1984; Staff Att'y, Bklyn. Legal Servs. Corp. B NY, 1984-1988; Dir., Housing Law Unit, 1988-1993; Ass't Prof., New England, 1993-1996; Dir., Clin. Progs., Since 1993; Assoc. Prof., 1996-1998; Prof., Since 1998; Lect., Harvard, 1999-2000. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Lawyering Process; Public Interest Law (S). Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Standing Com. on CLE, AALS, 2002-04, Chair, since 2004; Mem., AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education, Nominations Committee, 2005-07.

Jonathan L. Entin (Case Western Reserve University School of Law)
Session: Faux Faculty Reconvenes
Bio: ENTIN, JONATHAN, L. (M) Prof. of Law and Pol. Sci. Case Western Re. b.1947. AB, 1969, Brown Univ.; JD, 1981, Northwestern. Coord. Exec. Ed., Nw. U.L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1982. Grad. Fellow, Michigan, 1969-70. Clerk, Hon. Ruth Bader Ginsburg U.S.C.A DC Cir., 1981-1982; Assoc., Steptoe & Johnson DC, 1982-1984; Ass't Prof., Case Western Res., 1984-1987; Assoc. Prof., 1987-1991; Jud. Fel., Fed. Jud. Cntr., 1991-1992; Prof., 1991-1996; Prof. of Law & Pol. Sci., Case Western Res., Since 1996; Vis. Prof., Nebraska, 2004; Assoc. Dean for Acad. Affrs., Case Western Res., Since 2007. Subjects: Administrative Law; Constitutional Law; Constitutional Law Seminar (S); Courts, Public Policy & Social Change; Law & Social Science; Property; Supreme Court (S). Member: Am. Pol. Sci. Assn.; Law & Soc. Ass'n; Pop. Ass'n of Am. Consultantships: Co-Ed., Jour. of Legal Educ., 1992-98; Consult., Panel on Census Requirements in the Year 2000 & Beyond, Nat'l Res. Coun., 1993-95; Consult., Admin. Conf. of the U.S., 1989-91, 1993-95.

Jonathan L. Entin (Case Western Reserve University School of Law)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Faculty Curriculum Committee and Final Proposal
Bio: ENTIN, JONATHAN, L. (M) Prof. of Law and Pol. Sci. Case Western Re. b.1947. AB, 1969, Brown Univ.; JD, 1981, Northwestern. Coord. Exec. Ed., Nw. U.L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1982. Grad. Fellow, Michigan, 1969-70. Clerk, Hon. Ruth Bader Ginsburg U.S.C.A DC Cir., 1981-1982; Assoc., Steptoe & Johnson DC, 1982-1984; Ass't Prof., Case Western Res., 1984-1987; Assoc. Prof., 1987-1991; Jud. Fel., Fed. Jud. Cntr., 1991-1992; Prof., 1991-1996; Prof. of Law & Pol. Sci., Case Western Res., Since 1996; Vis. Prof., Nebraska, 2004; Assoc. Dean for Acad. Affrs., Case Western Res., Since 2007. Subjects: Administrative Law; Constitutional Law; Constitutional Law Seminar (S); Courts, Public Policy & Social Change; Law & Social Science; Property; Supreme Court (S). Member: Am. Pol. Sci. Assn.; Law & Soc. Ass'n; Pop. Ass'n of Am. Consultantships: Co-Ed., Jour. of Legal Educ., 1992-98; Consult., Panel on Census Requirements in the Year 2000 & Beyond, Nat'l Res. Coun., 1993-95; Consult., Admin. Conf. of the U.S., 1989-91, 1993-95.

Deborah Epstein (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Plenary Session - Integration and Transfer
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; Dist. of Columbia Domestic Violence Benchbook, 1997; Listening to Battered Women: A Survivor-Centered Approach to Advocacy, Mental Health, and Justice, 2008. Consultantships: Comm'r, DC Mayor's Comm. on Violence Against Women, since 1996; Dir., DC Superior Ct. Domestic Violence Intake Cntr., since 1996; Chair, D.C. Domestic Violence Fatality Review Bd., since 2005.

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

M. Chris Fabricant (Pace University Elisabeth Haub School of Law)
Session: Bellow Award Report on Projects
Bio: FABRICANT, M. CHRIS, (M) Vis. Ass't Prof. Pace. Subjects: Criminal Justice Clinic.

Barbara A. Fedders (University of North Carolina School of Law)
Session: Works-in-Progress: Juvenile Justice
Bio: FEDDERS, BARBARA, A. (F) Clin. Ass't Prof. Univ. of No. Ca. BA, 1987, Univ. of Dayton; JD, 1997, New York Univ. Admitted: MA, 1997. Clin. Instr., Boston Coll., 2000-2001; Staff Att'y, Com. for Public Counsel Servs. Boston 1997-00, 2001-2003; Clin. Instr., Harvard, 2003-2006; Ass't Prof., Univ. of No. Car., Since 2006.

Davida Finger (Loyola University New Orleans College of Law)
Session: A Matrix for Community Lawyering: Site, Practice, and Population
Bio: FINGER, DAVIDA, Ass't Clin. Fac. Loyola, New Or.

Michael Finkle (King County District Court)
Linda E Fisher (Seton Hall University School of Law)
Session: Bellow Award Report on Projects
Bio: FISHER, LINDA, E. (F) Prof. Seton Hall. b.1953. BA, 1976, Macalester Coll.; JD, 1980, Univ. of Chgo.; LLM, 1989, Northwestern. Admitted: IL, 1980; PA, 1990; NJ, 2001. Assoc., Singer & Stein Chgo., 1980-1986; Instr., Roosevelt Univ. Chgo., 1982-1986; Legal Writing Instr., Northwestern, 1986-1989; Ass't Prof., Dickinson, 1990-1995; Assoc. Prof., Seton Hall, 1995-2005; Prof., Since 2005. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Clinical Teaching; Gender & the Law (S); Professional Responsibility; Trial Advocacy. Consultantships: Com. on the Status of Women, AAUP, 1993-96, Consult. on Sexual Harassment Pol'y, 1993-96; Chair, Predatory Lending Task Force, AARP, NJ, since 2002.

Leticia Flores (Virginia Commonwealth University)
Session: Looking Beyond the Law in Problem-Solving

Sarah Jane Forman (University of Detroit Mercy School of Law)
Session: Works-in-Progress: Juvenile Justice

Sheila R. Foster (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Core Values that Shape a 21st Century Legal Education
Bio: FOSTER, SHEILA, R. (F) Walsh Prof.& Assoc. Dean for Acad. Affrs. Fordham. BA, 1985, Michigan; JD, 1988, Cal., Berkeley. Admitted: CA, 1988. Assoc., Morrison & Foerster San Fran., 1988-1990; Lect. & Coord'r, Acad. Support Cal. Berkeley, 1990-1994; Ass't Prof., Rutgers Camden, 1994-1998; Assoc. Prof., 1998-2000; Prof., 2000-2002; Vis. Prof., Fordham, 2001-2002; Prof., Since 2002. Subjects: Antidiscrimination Law; Environmental Justice (S); Environmental Law; International Development & the Environment (S); Law and Policy of Climate Change (S); Torts; Urban Land Use. Books & Awards: From the Ground Up: Envt'l Racism and the Rise of the Envt'l Justice Movement (with L. Cole), 2001; The Law of Envt'l Justice: Theories and Procedures to Address Disproportionate Risks (with M. Gerrerd) 2nd ed., 2008.

Judith L. Fox (Notre Dame Law School)
Session: Bellow Award Report on Projects
Bio: FOX, JUDITH, L. (F) Assoc. Clin. Prof. of Law Notre Dame. b.1960. BS, 1985, Wilkes Univ.; JD, 1993, Notre Dame. Arts. Ed., Notre Dame L. Rev. Admitted: MI, 1993; IN, 1993. Staff Att'y, Berrien Cty. Legal Servs. St. Joseph MI, 1993-1995; Dep. Dir., 1995-1997; Clin. Assoc., Notre Dame, 1997-1999; Assoc. Prof'l Spec., Since 1999. Subjects: Clinical Legal Ethics (S); Consumer Law (S); Legal Aid I & II; Topics in Poverty Law: Domestic Violence (S).

Eric Franklin Amarante (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Works-in-Progress: Consumers, Contracts, and Children
Bio: FRANKLIN, ERIC, Clin. Fel. Denver.

Paula Galowitz (New York University School of Law)
Session: Understanding Content and Context: The Importance of Relationships in Clinical Legal Supervision and Lawyering
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.

Martin Geer (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters Sponsored by Gonzaga University School of Law
Bio: GEER, MARTIN, (M) Dir., Externship Progs., Clin. Prof. of Law Nevada, Las Vegas. BA, 1974, Michigan; JD, 1977, Wayne St.; LLM, 1991, Columbia. Editor, Wayne Law Rev. Admitted: MI, 1977; MD, 1994; NY, 2001; NV, 2002. Reginald Heber Smith Community Law Fel., Michigan, 1977-1979; Instr., Wayne St., 1979-1982; Ass't Clin. Prof., Michigan, 1982-1991; Priv. Prac., Ann Arbor MI, 1982-1991; Part., Priv. Prac. Detroit, 1992-1994; Assoc. Prof., Baltimore, 1994-2000; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Syracuse, 2000-2001; Dir., Externship Progs., Since 2001; Acting Clin. Dir. & Clin. Prof., 2003-2004; Director,Boyd School of Law India Human Rights Prog., Univ. of Nevada-Boyd Sch. of Law, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Rights Litigation (S); Criminal Procedure; Externship Director, Clinical Courses; International Human Rights (S); Trial Advocacy. Books & Awards: Crim. Law & Criminology (with K. D. Gaur), 2003; Fulbright Scholar - India, 2004. Member: Soc. of Am. Law Teachers; Law & Soc. Ass'n; ASIL; CLEA. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Rocky Mtn. Proj.; Consult., Ford Fdn., 1997-98, since 2000; SeniorLegal Educ. Proj. Trainer, Vietnam, United Nations, since 2010.

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

Megan Giske (Benton County Office of Public Defense)
Phyllis Goldfarb (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - Fostering Intellectual Space for Clinical Colleagues
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.

Manuel A Gómez (Florida International University College of Law)
Session: Faux Faculty Reconvenes
Bio: GOMEZ, MANUEL, (M) Assoc. Prof. Florida International. b.1971. JD, 1993, Universidad Catolica Andres Bello; LLM, 1996, Universidad Catolica Andres Bello; JSM, 2002, Stanford; JSD, 2007, Stanford. Admitted: VENEZUELA, 1993. Professor, Univesidad Centra del Venezuela Law Sch., 1995-2001; Vis. Prof., Universidad Catolica Andres Bello, 2000-2001; Vis. Prof., Universidad Metropolitana, 2005; Tchg. Fellow and Lecturer in Law, Stanford Law Sch., 2005-2007; Ass't Prof., Fla. Int'l, Since 2007. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; International Commercial Arbitration; Introduction to International and Comparative Law; Introduction to International and Comparative Law; Introduction to Legal Institutions in Latin America (S); The Globalization of Collective Litigation (S). Books & Awards: Law and Soc. Ass'n Outstanding Dissertation Award, 2008; Law in Many Societies: A Reader (with Friedman & Perez-Perdomo), 2010. Member: Am. Soc. of Int'l Law; Am. Soc. of Comp. Law; Law and Soc. Ass'n; Am. Ass'n of Law Schools; ; Latin Am. Studies Ass'n.

Manuel A Gómez (Florida International University College of Law)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Faculty Curriculum Committee and Final Proposal
Bio: GOMEZ, MANUEL, (M) Assoc. Prof. Florida International. b.1971. JD, 1993, Universidad Catolica Andres Bello; LLM, 1996, Universidad Catolica Andres Bello; JSM, 2002, Stanford; JSD, 2007, Stanford. Admitted: VENEZUELA, 1993. Professor, Univesidad Centra del Venezuela Law Sch., 1995-2001; Vis. Prof., Universidad Catolica Andres Bello, 2000-2001; Vis. Prof., Universidad Metropolitana, 2005; Tchg. Fellow and Lecturer in Law, Stanford Law Sch., 2005-2007; Ass't Prof., Fla. Int'l, Since 2007. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; International Commercial Arbitration; Introduction to International and Comparative Law; Introduction to International and Comparative Law; Introduction to Legal Institutions in Latin America (S); The Globalization of Collective Litigation (S). Books & Awards: Law and Soc. Ass'n Outstanding Dissertation Award, 2008; Law in Many Societies: A Reader (with Friedman & Perez-Perdomo), 2010. Member: Am. Soc. of Int'l Law; Am. Soc. of Comp. Law; Law and Soc. Ass'n; Am. Ass'n of Law Schools; ; Latin Am. Studies Ass'n.

Robert W. Gordon (Yale Law School)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Core Values that Shape a 21st Century Legal Education
Bio: GORDON, ROBERT, W. (M) Chancellor Kent Prof. of Law & Legal Hist. Yale. b.1941. AB, 1967; JD, 1971, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 1971. Ass't Prof., Buffalo, 1971-1974; Assoc. Prof., 1974-1977; Assoc. Prof., Wisconsin, 1977-1980; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1979-1980; Prof., Wisconsin, 1980-1983; Vis. Prof., Stanford, 1982-1983; Prof., 1983-1995; Vis. Prof., Oxford, 1988; Dist. Vis. Prof., Toronto, 1990; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1991; Vis. Prof., Yale 1992, 1994; Prof., Since 1995; Fac. Fel., Cntr. for Ethics & Professions Harvard, 1999-2000; Vis. Prof., Stanford, 2009. Subjects: Administrative Law; Contracts; Evidence; Legal History; Legal Profession. Member: Law & Soc. Assn.; ALI; Am. Soc. for Legal Hist. (Pres., 2001-03). Consultantships: Adv'y Bd., Open Soc. Inst., since 1997; Fel., CT Bar Fdn., since 2003; Bd. of Eds., Annual Rev. in Law, since 2003. on leave, Spring 2011.

Joanne Gottesman (Rutgers Law School)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters Sponsored by Gonzaga University School of Law
Bio: GOTTESMAN, JOANNE, Assoc. Clin. Prof. Rutgers - Camden. BA, 1990, Wesleyan Univ.; JD, 1998, Columbia. Admitted: NY, 1999; NJ, 2004. Staff Att'y, The Legal Aid Soc. of NY NYC, 1998-2001; Clerk, Hon. Edmond V. Ludwig E.D. PA Phila., 2001-2002; Vis. Ass't Clin. Prof., Rutgers Camden, 2002-2003; Ass't Clin. Prof., 2003-2006; Assoc. Clin. Prof., Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Practice Clinic; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Kent Scholar, 1997-, 98.

Michael J. Gregory (Harvard Law School)
Bio: GREGORY, MICHAEL, J. Harvard.

Carolyn B. Grose (Mitchell Hamline School of Law)
Bio: GROSE, CAROLYN B. (F) Prof., Wm. Mitchell. b.1966. BA, 1988, Middlebury Coll.; JD, 1994, Brooklyn. Arts. Ed., Bklyn. L. Rev. Clerk, Sr. Judge Whitman Knapp S.D. NY NYC, 1984-1996; Staff Att'y/Skadden Fel., Western MA Legal Servs. Springfield, 1996-1999; Clin. Tchr., Western New England, 1997-1999; Ass't Clin. Prof., Connecticut, 1999-2004; Prac.-in-Res., American, 2004 - 2006; Assoc. Prof., Wm. Mitchell, Since 2006. Subjects: Advocacy; Clinical Teaching (S); Evidence; Trusts and Estates.

Jordan Gross (Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana)
Session: Content and Context in the Big Sky State: How Native, Rural, and Other Socio-Economic Issues Inform Understanding of Client Legal Problems
Bio: GROSS, JORDAN, (F) Ass't Prof. Montana. BA, 1989, University of Washington; JD, 1993, Howard. Howard L. Rev. Admitted: WA, 1993. Law Clerk, Hon. Susan Agid, Wash. St. Ct. of App., Seattle, WA, 1993 - 1996; Law Clerk, Hon. Barbara Rothstein, USDC Western Washington, Seattle, WA, 1996 - 1999; Partner, Yarmuth Wilsdon Calfo, PLLC, Seattle, WA, 1999 - 2010. Subjects: Professional Responsibility; Prosecution clinics.

Martin Guggenheim (New York University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Content and Context
Bio: GUGGENHEIM, MARTIN, (M) Fiorello LaGuardia Prof. of Clin. Law New York Univ. b.1946. BA, 1968, Buffalo; JD, 1971, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1972. Harrison R. Tweed Fellowship, New York Univ., 1972-73. Staff Counsel, Legal Aid Soc. NYC, 1971-1973; Instr., New York Univ., 1973-1975; Acting Dir., Juv. Rts. Proj. A.C.L.U. NYC, 1975-1976; Ass't Clin. Prof., New York Univ., 1975-1978; Counsel, Juv. Rts. Proj. A.C.L.U. NYC, 1976-1979; Assoc. Clin. Prof., New York Univ., 1978-1980; Clin. Prof., Since 1980; Exec. Dir., Washington Sq. Legal Servs. Inc. NYC, 1986-2001; Dir., Clin. & Advocacy Prog., 1988-2002. Subjects: Child Parent & State (S); Clinical Teaching (S); Criminal Procedure; Evidence (S); Federal Jurisdiction; Juvenile Law (S). Books & Awards: The Rts. of Young People (with Sussman), 1985; The Rts. of Families (with Lowe & Curtis), 1996; What's Wrong with Children's Rts., 2005; Trial Manual for Defense Attorneys in Juv. Ct. (with Hertz & Amsterdam), 2007. Consultantships: Pres., Nat'l Coalition for Child Protection Reform.; Rptr., Am. Acad. of Matrimonial Lawyers, 1993-95; 2001-2003; 2006-2008, 1993-08; Mem., National Parents' Counsel Steering Committee, American Bar Association, since 2006.

Jennifer A. Gundlach (Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University)
Bio: GUNDLACH, JENNIFER, A. (F) Prof. of Skills Hofstra. JD, 1993, American. Admitted: MD, 1996; DC, 1997; MA, 2004. Subjects: Lawyers' Ethics.

Eva M. Gutierrez (Stanford Law School)
Session: Worksin-Progress: Clinical Pedagogy

Phoebe A. Haddon (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Readiness for the Profession
Bio: HADDON, PHOEBE, A. (F) Dean and Prof. Maryland. b.1950. BA, 1972, Smith Coll.; JD, 1977, Duquesne; LLM, 1985, Yale. Ed.-in-Ch., Duq. L. Rev. Admitted: PA, 1977; DC, 1979. Clerk, Hon. Joseph F. Weis Jr. Pittsburgh PA, 1977-1979; Assoc., Wilmer Cutler & Pickering DC, 1979-1981; Ass't Prof., Temple, 1981-1984; Assoc. Prof., 1984-1993; Dep. Exec. Dir., Redev. Auth. of City of Phila. PA, 1986-1988; Prof., Temple, Since 1993; Dean and Prof., Univ. of Maryland Sch. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Constitutional Remedies (S); Jurisprudence (S); Products Liability; Race & Ethnicity & the Law (S); Torts. Books & Awards: Const'l Law Anthology (with Glennon, Lively, Weaver & Roberts), 2d ed., 1997; Tort Law: Cases & Materials (with Phillips, Terry, Maraist, McClellan & Galligan), 3d ed., 2001; Const'l Law: Cases, Hist. & Dialogues (with Lively, Weaver, Araiza & Roberts), 1996 & supps., (with Araiza & Roberts), 3d ed., 2006; Tort Law: Cases, Perspectives & Problems (with Terry, et al.), 2007. Member: ALI; AALS (Recruitment & Retention of Minority Teachers & Students 2008, Exec. Com., 1996-98, Resource Corps., 1996, Prof'l Dev. Com.). Consultantships: Bd. of Gov'rs, SALT, 1984-89, since 1990, Co-Pres., 1998-00; Mem., Comm. on Multidisciplinary Prac., ABA, 1998-00, Bd. of Trustees, Smith Coll., 1999, Coun. on Legal Educ. & Adm. to the Bar, since 2004.

Carrie Hagan (Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters Sponsored by Gonzaga University School of Law
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 Prof., Indiana Univ. Sch. of Law - Indpls., 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Practice Clinic.

Gail A. Hammer (Gonzaga University School of Law)
Session: The Impact of Culture, Race, and Gender on the Fact Gathering Process: Three Public Interest Case Illustrations
Bio: HAMMER, GAIL, A. (F) Dir., Family Law/Domestic Violence Proj., Ass't Prof., Clin. Law Prog. Gonzaga. b.1953. BA, 1978, Montana; JD, 1988, Montana. Admitted: ID, 1989; WA, 1990; MT, 1993. Res. Ass't, Montana, 1979. Staff Att'y, Spokane Legal Servs. Cntr., 1990-1993; Clin. Supv'r, Montana, 1993-1996; Vis. Prof. & Clin. Supv'r, Wash. St. Louis, 1996-1997; Staff Att'y, MT Legal Servs. Ass'n Missoula, 1997-1998; Spec. Ass't, Att'y Gen. MT Dep't of Public Health & Human Servs., 1998-2000; Clin. Instr., 2000-2006; Dir., Family Law/Domestic Violence Proj. Gonzaga, Since 2000; Ass't Prof., Gonzaga Univ. Sch. of Law, 2000 - Pres; Assoc. Dir., Inst. for Law Sch. Tchg., 2004-2006; Ass't Prof., Since 2006; Dir., Since 2006. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Juvenile Law; Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Consultantships: Professionalism Com., WA St. Bar Ass'n, since 2002; Com. on CLE, AALS, since 2004; Consult., Nat'l Cntr. for St. Cts., Serbia Rule of Law Proj., 2004-05.

H. Reese Hansen (Brigham Young University, J. Reuben Clark Law School)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Core Values that Shape a 21st Century Legal Education
Bio: HANSEN, H. REESE, (M) Howard W. Hunter Prof. Brigham Young. b.1942. BS, 1964, Utah St. Univ.; JD, 1972, Utah. Note Ed., Utah L. Rev. Admitted: UT, 1972. Att'y, Strong Poelman & Fox Salt Lake City, 1972-1974; Adj. Prof., Brigham Young, 1973-1974; Ass't Prof., 1974-1976; Assoc. Dean, 1974-1989; Assoc. Prof., 1976-1979; Prof., Since 1979; Acting Dean, 1989-1990; Dean, 1990-2004; Howard W. Hunter Prof., Brigham Young Univ., Since 2006. Subjects: Estate & Gift Taxation; Estate Planning; Estates; Trusts. Books & Awards: Idaho Probate Sys. (with Crapo & Neeleman), 1977; Justice of the Peace Manual for the St. of Utah, 1978; Cases and Text on the Law of Trusts (with Bogart, Oaks & Neeleman), 7th ed., 2001; Utah Probate Sys. (with Neeleman), 1977, 2d ed., 2005; Cases and Text on the Law of Trusts (with Bogart, Oaks & Neeleman), 8th ed., 2008. Member: Phi Kappa Phi; COIF; AALS (Accred. Com., 1995-98, Chair, Sect. for Law Sch. Deans, 1996, Library & Tech. Com., 1999-01, Nominating Com., 2002, Exec. Com., 2006-08, President-elect 2009; Pres. 2010). Consultantships: Exec. Com., Sect. on Prelegal Educ. & Adm. to Law Sch., 1980-85; Bd. of Trustees, LSAC, 1981-87; Comm'r, Nat'l Conf. of Comm'rs on Unif. St. Laws, 1988-92.

Eden E. Harrington (The University of Texas School of Law)
Session: Power, Politics and Professionalism: Understanding Context in Field Placements
Bio: HARRINGTON, EDEN, E. (F) Ass't Dean for Clin. Education/Director/Clinical Prof. Univ. of Texas. b.1961. JD, 1985, Columbia; BA, 1985, Rice Univ. Admitted: CA, 1985; TX, 1987. Staff Att'y, Medicare Advocacy Proj., Los Angeles, CA, 1985-1986; Staff Att'y, TX Rural Legal Aid , Kerrville, TX, 1986-1987; Exec. Dir., Texas Resource Cntr., Austin, TX, 1987-1996; Dir. of Public Interest Programs, St. Mary's Univ. Sch. of Law, San Antonio, TX, 1996-1999. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S).

Katherine M. Hessler (Lewis and Clark Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - Decision-Making
Bio: HESSLER, KATHERINE, M. (F) Clin. Prof. & Director, Animal Law Clinic Lewis & Clark. b.1963. BA, 1985, Geo. Wash.; JD, 1987, Wm. & Mary; LLM, 1997, Georgetown. Admitted: DC, 1989; VA, 1989; OH, 1996; OR, 2009. Staff Att'y, Legal Servs. of No. VA Fairfax, 1989-1992; Fellow, Georgetown, 1992-1994; Ass't Prof., Capital, 1994-1998; Vis. Ass't Prof., Dayton, 1998-1999; Vis. Sr. Lect., Cornell, 1999-2000; Professor, Case Western Res., 2000-2002; Clin. Professor and Dir., Lewis & Clark Law Sch., 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Animal Law; Clinic; Mediation (S). Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Animal Law Jour., since 1998; Exec. Com., Clin. Sect., Am. Ass'n of Legal Educ., since 2003; Chair, Animal Law Section, AALS, 2009-10.

Terry F. Hickey (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Addressing Clients' and Communities' Problems through the Legislative Process
Bio: HICKEY, TERRY, F. Maryland.

Kathleen S. Hoke (University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law)
Session: Addressing Clients' and Communities' Problems through the Legislative Process
Bio: DACHILLE, KATHLEEN, H. (F) Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Legal Resource Cntr. for Tobacco Reg., Litig. & Advocacy. Maryland. b.1967. BS, 1989, Towson St. Univ.; JD, 1992, Maryland. Res. Ed., Md. L. Rev. Admitted: MD, 1992. Clerk, Hon. Lawrence F. Rodowsky MD Ct. of App. Annapolis, 1992-1993; Assoc., Piper & Marbury Balt., 1993-1994; Spec. Ass't Att'y Gen., Off. of the Att'y Gen. of MD Balt., 1994-2002; Ass't Prof. & Mng. Dir., Legal Resource Cntr. for Tobacco Reg. Litig. & Advocacy, Since 2002. Subjects: Maryland Legislative Practice Workshop; Tobacco Control and the Law (S); Tobacco Control Clinic. Member: COIF. Consultantships: Steering Com., Nat'l Tobacco Control Legal Consortium, since 2002; Bd. Mem., MD QUIT Adv'y Bd., since 2006.

Paul M Holland (Seattle University School of Law)
Bio: HOLLAND, PAUL, (M) Assoc. Dean for Acad. Affrs. and Assoc. Prof. Seattle. b.1967. JD, 1991, New York Univ; LLM, 1996, Georgetown. Admitted: DC, 1992; WA, 2004. Vis. Prof., Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr., 1994 - 1999; Ass't Professor and Clinic Dir., Loyola Univ. Chgo., 1999 - 2001; Clin. Prof., Univ. of Michigan Law Sch., 2001 - 2004; Ass't Prof., Seattle Univ. Sch. of Law, 2004 - 2008; Assoc. Prof., Seattle Univ. Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres; Assoc. Dean for Academic Affrs., Seattle Univ., 2009 - Pres. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (Youth Advocacy). Consultantships: Chair, Gov'rs Juv. Just. Adv'y Com., 2005-11.

Carmen V. Huertas-Noble (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Reimagining Lawyering in the Transactional Setting: Substantive and Contextural Differences
Bio: HUERTAS-NOBLE, CARMEN, V. Ass't Prof. CUNY at Queens.

D'lorah L. Hughes (University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Robert A. Leflar Law Center)
Bio: HUGHES, D'LORAH, L. (F) Ass't 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, Off. of the Orange Co, Orange County, California, 2003 - 2006. Subjects: Criminal Prosecution Clinic; Juvenile Defense Clinic.

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

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

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

Olatunde C. Johnson (Columbia Law School)
Session: Faux Faculty Reconvenes
Bio: JOHNSON, OLATUNDE, C. (F) Assoc. Prof. Columbia. b.1968. BA, 1989, Yale; JD, 1995, Stanford. Ed., Stan. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1998. Clerk, Hon. David Tatel U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1995-1996; Clerk, Just. John Paul Stevens U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1996-1997; Assoc. Counsel, NAACP LDF NYC & DC, 1997-2001; Counsel, U.S. Senate Jud. Com., 2001-2003. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Civil Rights (S); Legislation. Member: Order of the Coif.

Olatunde C. Johnson (Columbia Law School)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Faculty Curriculum Committee and Final Proposal
Bio: JOHNSON, OLATUNDE, C. (F) Assoc. Prof. Columbia. b.1968. BA, 1989, Yale; JD, 1995, Stanford. Ed., Stan. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1998. Clerk, Hon. David Tatel U.S.C.A. DC Cir., 1995-1996; Clerk, Just. John Paul Stevens U.S. Sup. Ct. DC, 1996-1997; Assoc. Counsel, NAACP LDF NYC & DC, 1997-2001; Counsel, U.S. Senate Jud. Com., 2001-2003. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Civil Rights (S); Legislation. Member: Order of the Coif.

Vida Johnson (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Criminal Clinics 2.0: Advantages and Drawbacks to Broadening the Traditional Model
Bio: JOHNSON, VIDA, Vis. Assoc. Prof. Georgetown. Subjects: Criminal Justice Clinic and Criminal Defense and Prisoner Advocacy Clinic.

Lucy Johnston-Walsh (The Pennsylvania State University – Penn State Law)
Session: The Value of Interdisciplinary Collaboration in the Decision Making Process (Presented in Honor of Alan Lerner)
Bio: JOHNSTON-WALSH, LUCY, Director, Children's Advocacy Clinic and Clin. Prof. Penn State - Dickinson.

Robert L. Jones, Jr. (Notre Dame Law School)
Bio: JONES, ROBERT, L., JR. (M) Clin. Prof. of Law and Director, Legal Aid Clinic. Notre Dame. b.1958. BA, 1980, Notre Dame; JD, 1984, Harvard. Mng. Ed., Harv. L. Rev. Admitted: IL, 1984; IN, 2002. Clerk, Hon. Milton Shadur U.S.D.C. N.D. IL Chgo., 1984-1985; Staff Counsel, Bus. & Prof'l People for the Public Interest Chgo., 1985-2002; Lect., Loyola Chgo., 2001-2002; Dir., Legal Aid Clinic Notre Dame, Since 2002. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Legal Profession & Clinical Ethics; Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Member: Exec. Committee, AALS Sect. on Clin. Legal Educ.; Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Pres., Oak Park Reg'l Housing Cntr., 1988-89; Mem., IL Groundwater Adv'y Coun., 1993-99; Mem., Indiana State Bar Association Ethics 2000 Task Force, 2003-03.

Peter Joy (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Fostering Intellectual Space for Clinical Colleagues
Bio: JOY, PETER, (M) Prof., V-Dean & Co-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-Elect, 2010); 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);. 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 (Mitchell Hamline School of Law)
Session: Putting Facts to Work: Integrating Skills and Doctrine, “Clinical” and “Traditional” Faculty Using Palsgraf 2.0
Bio: JUERGENS, ANN, (F) Prof. & Co-Dtr. of Clinics Wm. Mitchell. b.1951. AB, 1973, Harvard; JD, 1976, Minnesota. Admitted: CA, 1976; MN, 1984. Spec. Status 3d yr. Student, Cal., Berkeley, 1975-76. 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.

Carolyn Kaas (Quinnipiac University School of Law)
Session: Beyond Best Practices: Integrating Cultural Competence Training in Legal Education
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.

Lois H. Kanter (Northeastern University School of Law)
Bio: KANTER, LOIS, H. (F) Sr. Clin. Spec. & Exec. Dir., Domestic Violence Inst. Northeastern. b.1946. BA, 1968, Radcliffe Coll.; JD, 1976, Harvard. Admitted: MA, 1977. Litigator, Chaplin Barzun & Casner Boston, 1976-1978; Clin. Instr., Boston Univ., 1978-1980; Mng. Att'y, Greater Boston Legal Servs., 1980-1982; Clin. Instr., Harvard, 1982-1992; Sr. Clin. Spec. & Exec. Dir., Domestic Violence Inst. Northeastern, Since 1992. Subjects: Domestic Violence Clinic; Family Law Clinic; Poverty Law. Consultantships: Mentor, Women's Bar Fdn., since 2002; Bd. of Dirs., Victim Rts. Law Cntr., since 2002; Supv'g Att'y, Gay Men's Domestic Violence Proj., since 2005.

Robb W. Kapla (Stanford Law School)
Session: Worksin-Progress: Clinical Pedagogy

Marcy Karin (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters Sponsored by Gonzaga University School of Law
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.

Ramzi Kassem (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Diagnosing Client Issues and Community Needs in Uncharted Terrain?
Bio: KASSEM, RAMZI, Ass't Prof. CUNY at Queens.

Harriet N. Katz (Rutgers Law School)
Session: Clinical Externships as the Signature Pedagogy for Teaching Problem-Solving
Bio: KATZ, HARRIET, N. (F) Clin. Prof., Dir., Legal Externship Prog. & Dir., Lawyering 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.

James J. Kelly, Jr. (University of Baltimore School of Law)
Session: Teaching for Transfer in the Clinic
Bio: KELLY, JAMES, J., JR.* (M) Ass't Prof. of Law Baltimore. b.1966. Philosophy, with Honors, 1987, Univ. of Va.; JD, 1994, Columbia. Head Notes Ed., Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1995; MD, 1997; DC, 1998. Skadden Fellow & Staff Att'y, No. Manhattan Improvement Corp., New York, NY, 1994-1999; Staff Att'y; Project 5000 Legal Consult., Community Law Cntr., Baltimore, MD, 1999-2001; Exec Dir., Save A Neighborhood, Baltimore, MD, 2002-2004; Ass't Prof. of Law; Dir., Comm. Dev. Clinic, Univ. of Balt. Sch. of Law, Since 2004; Vis. Prof., Washington and Lee Univ. Sch. of Law, 2011. Subjects: Community Development Clinic; Jurisprudence (1L); Professional Responsibility; Property; Real Estate Finance. Consultantships: Mem., Baltimore City Land Bank Authority Task Force, 2008-08; Faculty, Real Prop. Actions, Judicial Institute of Maryland, since 2008; Mem., Maryland Court of Appeals Professionalism Commission, since 2009. visiting, Washington and Lee University, Spring 2011.

Lisa Kelly (University of Washington School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters Sponsored by Gonzaga University School of Law
Bio: KELLY, LISA, (F) Bobbe & Jon Bridge Prof. of Child Advocacy 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. 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.

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

John D. King (Washington and Lee University School of Law)
Session: Criminal Clinics 2.0: Advantages and Drawbacks to Broadening the Traditional Model
Bio: KING, JOHN, D. Ass't Clin. Prof. of Law Wash. & Lee. b.1970. BA, 1992, Brown Univ.; JD, 1996, Michigan; LLM, 2005, Georgetown. Mich. L. Rev. Admitted: MN, 1997; DC, 1999; WY, 2006; VA, 2009. Clerk, Hon. Richard H. Kyle, St. Paul, MN, 1997 - 1999; E. Barrett Prettyman Fellow, Criminal Justice Clinic, Georgetown Univ. Law Cntr., 1999 - 2001; Supervising Att'y, Public Defender Serv. for the Dist. of Columbia, Washington, DC, 2001 - 2006; Vis. Asst. Prof., Univ. of Wyoming Coll. of Law, 2007 - 2008. Subjects: Criminal Justice Clinic; Criminal Procedure; Evidence; Professional Responsibility; Trial Advocacy.

Catherine F. Klein (The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law)
Session: Understanding Content and Context: The Importance of Relationships in Clinical Legal Supervision and Lawyering
Bio: KLEIN, CATHERINE, F. (F) Prof. & Dir., 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)
Bio: KOELSCH, DAVID, C. (M) Ass't Prof. Univ. of Detroit Mercy. b.1966. BA, 1988, Michigan; JD, 1994, Cath. Univ. Art. Ed., Cath. Univ. L. Rev. Admitted: DC, 1995; IL, 1995; MI, 1998. Law Clerk, AK Superior Ct., 1995-1996; Att'y, Hopkins & Suttor Chgo., 1996-1998; Att'y, Dykema Detroit, 1998-2000; Att'y, Freedom House Detroit, 2000-2006; Prof., Univ of Detroit Mercy, Since 2007. Subjects: Immigration Law; Immigration Law Clinic. Books & Awards: Jesuit 100 Award, 2007. Member: Sec'y, Am. Immig. Lawyers Ass'n., 2000-07.

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

Mehmet K. Konar-Steenberg (Mitchell Hamline School of Law)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Experiential Learning
Bio: KONAR-STEENBERG, MEHMET, K. (M) Assoc. Prof. Wm. Mitchell. BA, 1992, Minnesota; JD, 1995, Georgetown. Admitted: ND, 1995; MN, 1996. Ass't Att'y Gen., MN Att'y Gen's Off. St. Paul, 1995-1999; Assoc. Att'y, Greene Espel PLLP Mpls., 1999-2001; Staff Att'y & Team Mgr., Off. of the Monitor St. Paul MN, 2001-2006; Vis. Prof., Wm. Mitchell, 2006 - 2007; Assoc. Prof., William Mitchell Coll. of Law, 2007 - Pres. Subjects: Administrative Law; Comparative Constitutional Law; Constitutional Law; Legal Research and Writing; Space Law (S). Books & Awards: The Process of Legal Res. (with Kunz, Schmedemann, Bateson, and Downs), 2008. Member: Int'l Inst. of Space Law.

Andrew Koppelman (Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Faculty Curriculum Committee and Final Proposal
Bio: KOPPELMAN, ANDREW, (M) John Paul Stevens Prof. Northwestern. b.1957. AB, 1979, Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 1989, Yale; PhD, 1991, Yale. Sr. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: CT, 1990; NY, 1991. Prof'l Staff Mem., U.S. Senate Commerce Com. DC, 1986; Clerk, Ch. Just. Ellen Ash Peters CT Sup. Ct., 1991-1992; Ass't Prof. of Politics, Princeton, 1992-1997; Ass't Prof., Northwestern, 1997-2000; Assoc. Prof., 2000-2003; Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Civil Rights; Conflict of Laws; Constitutional Law; Law & Religion. Books & Awards: Antidiscrimination Law and Social Equality, 1996; Myers Cntr. Award, 1997; The Gay Rts. Question in Contemporary Am. Law, 2002; Same Sex, Different States: When Same-Sex Marriages Cross St. Lines, 2006; A Right to Discriminate?, 2009. 2008, DePaul University College of Law, Enlund Distinguished Scholar in Residence; 2009, University of Arizona, Sabbatical Visitors Program.

Andrew Koppelman (Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law)
Session: Faux Faculty Reconvenes
Bio: KOPPELMAN, ANDREW, (M) John Paul Stevens Prof. Northwestern. b.1957. AB, 1979, Univ. of Chgo.; JD, 1989, Yale; PhD, 1991, Yale. Sr. Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: CT, 1990; NY, 1991. Prof'l Staff Mem., U.S. Senate Commerce Com. DC, 1986; Clerk, Ch. Just. Ellen Ash Peters CT Sup. Ct., 1991-1992; Ass't Prof. of Politics, Princeton, 1992-1997; Ass't Prof., Northwestern, 1997-2000; Assoc. Prof., 2000-2003; Prof., Since 2003. Subjects: Civil Rights; Conflict of Laws; Constitutional Law; Law & Religion. Books & Awards: Antidiscrimination Law and Social Equality, 1996; Myers Cntr. Award, 1997; The Gay Rts. Question in Contemporary Am. Law, 2002; Same Sex, Different States: When Same-Sex Marriages Cross St. Lines, 2006; A Right to Discriminate?, 2009. 2008, DePaul University College of Law, Enlund Distinguished Scholar in Residence; 2009, University of Arizona, Sabbatical Visitors Program.

Praveen Kosuri (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
Session: How Multiple Cooks Make Broth - Decision Making and Organizational Clients
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.

Minna J. Kotkin (Brooklyn Law School)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Faculty Curriculum Committee and Final Proposal
Bio: KOTKIN, MINNA, J. (F) Prof., & Dir., Emplymt. Law Clinic Brooklyn. b.1951. BA, 1972, Barnard; JD, 1975, Rutgers - Camden. Ed.-in-Ch., Rutgers L.J. Admitted: PA, 1975; NY, 1976. Assoc., Proskauer Rose Goetz & Mendelsohn NYC, 1975-1979; Litig. Dir., NY Lawyers for the Pub. Interest NYC, 1979-1984; Clin. Assoc. Prof., Brooklyn, 1984-1990; Prof., Since 1990; Vis. Prof., Univ. of E. London Essex Eng., 1993; Vis. Clin. Scholar, New York Univ., 2000; Visitng Scholar, Univ. of Cape Town, 2008. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Civil Rights; Clinical Teaching; Employment Discrimination Law. Member: AALS (Chair, Sect. on Litig., 1993, Chair, Sect. on CLE, 1995, Chair, Plng. Com. Wkshp. on CLE, 2003). Consultantships: Chair, Bd. of Dirs., Manhattan Legal Servs. Corp., 1982-85; Bd. of Dirs., Disability Advocates, since 1993; Bd. of Dirs., Clin. Law Rev., 1997-01.

Minna J. Kotkin (Brooklyn Law School)
Session: Faux Faculty Reconvenes
Bio: KOTKIN, MINNA, J. (F) Prof., & Dir., Emplymt. Law Clinic Brooklyn. b.1951. BA, 1972, Barnard; JD, 1975, Rutgers - Camden. Ed.-in-Ch., Rutgers L.J. Admitted: PA, 1975; NY, 1976. Assoc., Proskauer Rose Goetz & Mendelsohn NYC, 1975-1979; Litig. Dir., NY Lawyers for the Pub. Interest NYC, 1979-1984; Clin. Assoc. Prof., Brooklyn, 1984-1990; Prof., Since 1990; Vis. Prof., Univ. of E. London Essex Eng., 1993; Vis. Clin. Scholar, New York Univ., 2000; Visitng Scholar, Univ. of Cape Town, 2008. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Civil Rights; Clinical Teaching; Employment Discrimination Law. Member: AALS (Chair, Sect. on Litig., 1993, Chair, Sect. on CLE, 1995, Chair, Plng. Com. Wkshp. on CLE, 2003). Consultantships: Chair, Bd. of Dirs., Manhattan Legal Servs. Corp., 1982-85; Bd. of Dirs., Disability Advocates, since 1993; Bd. of Dirs., Clin. Law Rev., 1997-01.

Tonya Kowalski (Washburn University School of Law)
Session: Teaching for Transfer in the Clinic
Bio: KOWALSKI, TONYA, (F) Assoc. Prof. Washburn. BA, 1992, Univ. of Fla.; JD, 1995, Duke. Duke L. J. Admitted: WA, 1998; OR, 2000. Legal Writing Consult., Self, Various, 1996 - 1999; Assoc., Bullock & Regier PC Portland, Portland, OR, 1999-2004; Jud. Law Clerk, Hon. William W. Baker WA St. Ct. of App. Seattle, Seattle, WA, 2005-2006; Vis. Assist. Clin. Prof., Ariz. St., 2006; Assoc. Prof., Washburn Univ. Sch. of Law, Since 2006. Subjects: Indian Legal Clinic; Legal Research and Writing. Member: Legal Writing Inst.; Ass'n of Legal Writing Directors.

Larry D. Kramer (Stanford Law School)
Session: AALS Joint Luncheon for Conferences on the Future of the Law School Curriculum and Clinical Legal Education - Institutional Change
Bio: KRAMER, LARRY, D. Dean & Richard E. Lang Prof. Stanford. b.1958. BA, 1980, Brown Univ.; JD, 1984, Univ. of Chgo. Comment Ed., U. Chi. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 2003. Clerk, Hon. Henry J. Friendly NYC, 1984-1985; Clerk, Just. Wm. J. Brennan Jr. DC, 1985-1986; Ass't Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 1986-1990; Prof., 1990-1991; Vis. Prof., Michigan, 1990-1991; Prof., 1991-1994; Vis. Prof. & Golieb Fel., New York Univ., 1993-1994; Prof., 1994-2004; Vis. Prof., Harvard, 1996-1997; Assoc. Dean, Res. & Acads. New York Univ., 2002-2004; Dean & Richard E. Lang Prof., Stanford, Since 2004. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Conflict of Laws; Constitutional Law; Evidence; Federal Courts; Legal History (S). Books & Awards: Reforming the Civil Justice Sys., 1996; Conflict of Laws (with Cramton, Currie & Kay), 2001; The People Themselves: Popular Constitutionalism and Jud. Rev., 2004. Member: ALI; Am. Judicature Soc.; Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Rptr., Fed. Cts. Study Com., 1990-91; Spec. Consult., Mayer, Brown & Platt, 1991-04.

Linda H. Krieger (University of Hawaii, William S. Richardson School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Decision-Making
Bio: KRIEGER, LINDA, H. (F) Prof. & Dir. Ululehua Prog. Hawaii. b.1954. AB, 1975, Stanford; JD, 1978, New York Univ. Admitted: CA, 1978. Assoc. Att'y, Specter & Stevens San Fran., 1978-1980; Staff Att'y, Of Counsel Emplymt. Law Cntr. San Fran., 1980-1987; Sr. Trial Att'y, U.S. EEOC San Fran., 1987-1991; Lect. & Acting Assoc. Prof., Stanford, 1991-1995; Res. Fel., Stanford Cntr. on Conflict & Negotiation, 1995-1996; Acting Prof., Cal. Berkeley, 1996-2001; Prof., Since 2001. Subjects: Advanced Issues in Employment Discrimination Law (S); Civil Procedure; Employment Discrimination Law; Evidence; Legal Profession. Books & Awards: Backlash Against the ADA: Re-interpreting Disability Rts., 2002. Member: Soc. for the Psychological Study of Social Issues.; Law & Soc. Ass'n; Am. Psychological Soc. Consultantships: Adv'y Bd., Cntr. for the Study of Law & Soc., since 1998; Consultative Expert Grp., Int'l Norms & Stands. Relating to Persons with Disabilities, U.N., since 1999.

Gowri J. Krishna (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Works-in-Progress: Lawyering for Change
Bio: KRISHNA, GOWRI, J. Fordham.

Katherine R. Kruse (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Works-in-Progress: Criminal Law
Bio: KRUSE, KATHERINE, R. (F) Prof. Nevada, Las Vegas. 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. Clerk, U.S.D.C. W.D.WI Madison, 1989-1990. Subjects: Criminal and Juvenile Justice Clinics; Criminal Law; Evidence; 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.

Katherine R. Kruse (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: Unitary Tenure Track for Clinical Faculty? An Open Discussion of the Report & Recommendations from the Section on Clinical Legal Educ. Task Force on Status of Clinicians & the Legal Academy
Bio: KRUSE, KATHERINE, R. (F) Prof. Nevada, Las Vegas. 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. Clerk, U.S.D.C. W.D.WI Madison, 1989-1990. Subjects: Criminal and Juvenile Justice Clinics; Criminal Law; Evidence; 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.

Robert R. Kuehn (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: The Status of Proposed ABA Changes to Security of Position
Bio: KUEHN, ROBERT, R. (M) 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.

Russell J. Kurth (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Seattle University's Mental Health Clinic: Collaborative Problem Solving Among Clients, Prosecutors and Police
Bio: KURTH, RUSSELL, J. Seattle.

Seth M. Lahn (Indiana University Maurer School of Law)
Bio: LAHN, SETH, M. Sr. Lect. Ind., Maurer. b.1957. BA, 1979, Yale; JD, 1982, Yale. Admitted: NY, 1984; IN, 1990. Law Clerk , Hon. Edward N. Cahn, U.S. Dist. Ct., Philadelphia, PA, 1982 - 1983; Associate, Webster & Sheffield, New York, NY, 1983 - 1989; Ass't Commissioner and Chief Counsel, Ind. Dept. Human Services, Indianapolis, IN, 1989 - 1991; Dep. Gen. Counsel, Ind. Family & Soc. Services Admin., Indianapolis, IN, 1992 - 1993; Dep. Atty. Gen'l, Off. of the Indiana Atty. Gen'l, Indianapolis, IN, 1993 - 1995.

Robert Edward Lancaster (Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center)
Session: Clinical Externships as the Signature Pedagogy for Teaching Problem-Solving
Bio: LANCASTER, ROBERT EDWARD, (M) Dir., Clin. Legal Educ. & Prof. of Prof'l Prac. LSU. b.1966. Philosophy, 1989, Millsaps Coll.; JD, 1993, Tulane. Admitted: IN, 1993; CT, 1998; LA, 2009. Dep. Public Defender, Public Defender of Indiana, Indianapolis, IN, 1993-1997; Robert M. Cover Tchg. Fel., Yale, New Haven, CT, 1997-2000; Prac.-in-Res., American, Washington, DC, 2000-2001; Clin. Prof., Ind. Indpls., 2001 - 2008. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Criminal Justice (S). Books & Awards: Dean's Fellow, 2004-, 5. Member: Phi Beta Kappa; SALT (Bd. of Gov'rs). Consultantships: Bd. Mem., IN Pro Bono Comm., 2006-08; Bd. Mem., Access to Justice Committee, LA Bar Assoc., since 2008; Bd. Mem., Baton Rouge Bar Pro Bono Committee, since 2008.

Christopher Lasch (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: At SEA (Sympathy, Empathy, and Apathy): Teaching Students to Distinguish Between and Strategically Select Modes of Communication
Bio: LASCH, CHRISTOPHER, (M) Ass't Prof. Denver. b.1965. BA, 1987, Columbia; JD, 1996, Yale. Admitted: NY, 1997; KY, 1998; CT, 2006. 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.

Donna H. Lee (City University of New York School of Law)
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. Clerk, Hon. Anne E. Thompson U.S.D.J. Trenton NJ, 1991-1993; Clerk, Hon. Richard L. Nygaard U.S.C.J. Erie PA, 1993-1994; Staff Att'y, Civil App. & Law Reform Unit Legal Aid Soc. NYC, 1994-1997; Staff Counsel, Nat'l Prison Proj. ACLU DC, 1997-2000; Lawyering Instr., New York Univ., 2000-2001; Acting Ass't Prof., 2001-2002; Clin. Instr., Bklyn. Law Sch., 2002-2004; Assoc. Prof., CUNY at Queens, 2004 - 2011. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Law and Family Relations; Lawyering Seminar (S); Prisoners' Rights Seminar (S).

Jaime Alison Lee
Bio: LEE, JAIME, Practitioner-in-Residence American.

Jeffrey E. Leslie (The University of Chicago, The Law School)
Session: How Multiple Cooks Make Broth - Decision Making and Organizational Clients
Bio: LESLIE, JEFFREY, E. (M) Paul J. Tierney Director, Housing Initiative & Clin. Prof. of Law Univ. of Chicago. b.1970. BA, 1992; JD, 1997, Yale. Notes Ed., Yale L.J. Admitted: IL, 1997. Jud'l Clerk, Judge Joel Flaum U.S.C.A. 7th Cir. Chgo., 1997-1998; Ass't Corp. Counsel, Dep't of Law City of Chgo., 1998-2002; Ass't Clin. Prof., Univ. of Chgo., 2002-2005; Assoc. Clin. Prof., Since 2005. Subjects: Clinical Teaching.

Raven C. Lidman (Seattle University School of Law)
Session: Imagine a “civil Gideon”: Access to Justice, Civil Right to Counsel and the Role of Law School
Bio: LIDMAN, RAVEN, C. (F) Clin. Prof. Seattle. b.1945. BA, 1967, Cornell; JD, 1977, Seattle. Admitted: WA, 1978. Staff Att'y, Puget Sound Legal Assist. Fdn. Olympia WA, 1979-1981; Mng. Att'y, 1982-1983; Assoc., McPhee & Pope Olympia, 1985-1987; Vis. Prof., Puget Sound, 1987-1988; Ass't Clin. Prof., 1988-1994; Ass't Clin. Prof., Seattle, 1994-2001; Clin. Prof., Since 2001. Subjects: International Human Rights Clinic; Youth Advocacy clinic; Youth Advocacy Clinic.

Grace M. Lozito (Fordham University School of Law)
Bio: LOZITO, GRACE Clinic Mgr., Fordham.

Grace M. Lozito
Bio: LOZITO, GRACE, Prof'l Staff Fordham.

Jennifer P. Lyman (The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law)
Session: Inside-Out/Outside-In: Development Student Perspective on Legal System Culture
Bio: LYMAN, JENNIFER P., (F) Clin. Prof. Geo. Wash.. b.1950. B.A., 1972, Yale; J.D., 1978, Stanford. Admitted: CA, 1978; DC, 1979; MD, 1991. Staff Att'y, Food & Drug Admin., Rockville, MD, 1978-79; Staff Att'y, Trials, DC Public Defender Serv., 1979-83; Staff Att'y, App., 1983-84; Dep. Ch., App., 1984-88; Trng. Dir., 1988-90; Vis. Ass't Prof. & Dir., Appellate Advocacy Clinic, American, 1990-93; Clin. Assoc. Prof., Geo. Wash., 1993-97; Clin. Prof., since 1997. Subjects: Clinical Teaching, (S); Criminal Justice, (S); Evidence, (S); Trial & Appellate Advocacy, (S). Crim. Jury Instrucs. Rev. Com., DC, 1989-93; Lead Trainer, Russian Trial Advocacy Proj., ABA/CEELI, since 1994; Lead Trainer, Chinese Crim. Defense Peer Trng., China Law & Dev., since 2002.

Mary A. Lynch (Albany Law School)
Session: Beyond Best Practices: Integrating Cultural Competence Training in Legal Education
Bio: LYNCH, MARY, (F) Clin. Prof. and Dir. of the Cntr. for Tchg. Excellence 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.

Beth Lyon (Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law)
Bio: LYON, BETH, (F) Prof. of Law & Dir., Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic. Villanova. b.1966. Russian and East European Studies, 1988, Univ. of No. Car.; Juris Doctor, 1994, Georgetown; MS, 1994, Georgetown Univ. Sch. of Foreign Serv. Mng. Editor, Georgetown Int'l Law Jour. Admitted: NY, 1994; DC, 1995; PA, 2001. Staff Att'y, Human Rts. First, 1995-1998; Practitioner in Residence, Washington Coll. of Law, Am. Univ., 1998 - 2001; Ass't Prof., Villanova, 2001 - 2008; Assoc. Prof., Villanova Univ. Sch. of Law, 2008 - 2010; Professor, Villanova Univ. Sch. of Law, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic (S). Books & Awards: Outstanding Bk. Award, Gustavus Myers Cntr. for the Study of Bigotry and Human Rts. in North America (chapter contributer), 2008. 2003, AALS Section on Clinical Legal Education Shanara Gilbert Emerging Clinician Award.Member: AALS (Chair, Int'l Human Rts. Sect., 2003); SALT (Bd. Mem., since 2006, Co-Chair, Human Rts. Committee); Latina\o Critical Theory Inc. (Co-Chair, 2006-2008, Steering Com. Praxis Coordinator, 2009-present). Consultantships: Chair, DC Bar Immig. & Human Rts. Com., 1997-00; Bd. Mem., Latina/o Critical Legal Theory, Inc., since 2003; Bd. Mem., Global Workers Justice Alliance, since 2005; Bd. Mem. (currently Bd. Vice-President), Friends of Farmworkers, since 2006; Bd. Mem., Society of American Law Teachers, since 2007; Mem., American Bar Ass'n Advisory Group on Language Access Standards Project, since 2010.

Peggy Maisel (Florida International University College of Law)
Session: Preparing Students for Practice in a Globalized World: Teaching Complex Problem Solving through Transnational Partnerships
Bio: MAISEL, MARGARET, (F) Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Legal Clinics. Florida International. BA, 1971, Pomona Coll.; MA, 1972, Occidental Coll.; JD, 1975, Boston Univ.; MAT, 1978, Antioch. Admitted: CA, 1975; DC, 1976; MA, 1987; FL, 2004. Att'y, Cntr. for Public Interest Representation Northampton MA, 1986-1988; Exec. Dir., Housing Discrim. Proj. Holyoke MA, 1989-1995; Fulbright Scholar, U.S. Dep't of St. Durban So. Africa, 1996; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Natal Law Fac. Durban, 1997-2001. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution; Civil Rights; Clinical Teaching; Human Rights; Women & the Law. Books & Awards: Fulbright Scholar, 1996; Res. Assoc., Five Coll. Women's Studies Res. Cntr., 2000; Introduction to Law and Legal Skills (with Greenbaum), 2001; Foundations of So. African Law (with Greenbaum), 2002. Consultantships: Int'l Steering Com., Global Alliance for Just. Educ., 2001-04; Bd. of Dirs., Friends of the Univ. of Kwa Zulu Natal, since 2004; Bd. of Gov'rs, SALT, since 2006.

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

Randi S. Mandelbaum (Rutgers Law School)
Session: The Context(s) of Disability
Bio: MANDELBAUM, RANDI, S. (F) Clin. Prof. of Law & Director, Child Advocacy Clinic Rutgers - Newark. b.1963. BA, 1985, Brandeis Univ.; JD, 1988, American; LLM, 1994, Georgetown. Admitted: NY, 1988; MD, 1989; DC, 1990; CA, 1995; NJ, 2002. Staff Att'y, Child Advocacy Unit Legal Aid Bureau Inc. Balt., 1989-1992; Clin. Fel., Family Poverty Div. Juv. Just. Clinic Georgetown, 1992-1994; Vis. Assoc. Prof. & Acting Dir., Family Poverty Div. Juv. Just. Clinic, 1994-1995; Ass't Clin. Prof., Civil Just. Clinic Cal. Hastings, 1995-1998; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 1998-2000; Vis. Assoc. Clin. Prof. & Acting Dir., Child Advocacy Cntr. Rutgers Newark, 2000-2001; Clin. Prof. & Dir., Child Advocacy Clinic, Since 2001. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S). Member: AALS Clin. Sect. (Co-Chair, 2008).

Deborah A. Maranville (University of Washington School of Law)
Session: Applying Decision Making Theory to Experiential Learning Choices - Students as our Clients?
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.

Kenneth R. Margolis (Case Western Reserve University School of Law)
Session: Solving the Problem of Curricular Reform
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. 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.

Fatma Marouf (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters Sponsored by Gonzaga University School of Law
Bio: MAROUF, FATMA, Assoc. Prof. Nevada, Las Vegas.

Nancy M. Maurer (Albany Law School)
Session: Power, Politics and Professionalism: Understanding Context in Field Placements
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.

Marjorie A. McDiarmid (West Virginia University College of Law)
Session: The Effective Use of Technology in Legal Problem Solving
Bio: MC DIARMID, MARJORIE, A. (F) Steptoe & Johnson Prof. of Law & Tech. W. Va. Uni. b.1944. BA, 1967, Univ. of Rochester; JD, 1970, Columbia; LLM, 1974, Harvard. Ed.-in-Ch., Colum. S. Hum. Rts. L. Admitted: NY, 1971; WA, 1975; WV, 1988. Dep. Consumer Advocate, NYC Dep't of Consumer Affrs., 1970-1972; Tchg. Fel., Harvard, 1972-1974; Ch. Trial Att'y, etc. Seattle/King Cty. Public Defender WA, 1974-1978; Dep. Reg. Dir., Legal Servs. Corp. Seattle, 1978-1980; Reg. Dir., Arl. VA, 1980-1986; Vis. Assoc. Prof., W. Va. Univ., 1986-1989; Assoc. Prof., 1989-1992; Prof., Since 1992; Assoc. Dean, 1994-1999. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Clinical Teaching; Evidence; Interviewing, Negotiation & Counseling; Legal Drafting; Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Books & Awards: Family Law in West Virginia, 2nd Edition, 2010. 2008, Mary Catherine Buswell Award.Member: CLEA.; AALS (Chair, Computer Com., Clin. Sect., since 1990); CALI (Bd., since 1996, Pres. 2006-2010). Consultantships: Bd. Mem., Com. on Reg. Trng., since 1986.

Vanessa H. Merton (Pace University Elisabeth Haub School of Law)
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.

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

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

Christina L. Misner-Pollard (Oklahoma City University School of Law)
Bio: MISNER-POLLARD, CHRISTINA, L. (F) Clin. Instr. 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.

Jay Mitchell (Stanford Law School)
Session: Teaching Problem Solving in the Representation of Institutional Clients
Bio: MITCHELL, JAY, Assoc. Prof., Dir., Org. and Transactions Clinic Stanford.

Daniel L. Nagin (University of Virginia School of Law)
Bio: NAGIN, DANIEL, L. (M) Assoc. Prof., Gen. Fac. & Dir., Family Resource Clin. Univ. of V. b.1969. BA, 1991, Cornell; MA, 1992, Stanford; JD, 1996, Univ. of Chgo. Admitted: IN, 1996; NY, 2001; MO, 2004; VA, 2007. Att'y, Legal Servs. Org. of Indiana Indpls., 1996-1998; Att'y, Queens Legal Servs., 1998-2001; Proj. Dir., The Partnership for the Homeless NYC, 2001-2003; Lect., Wash. St. Louis, 2003-2006; Ass't Prof., Gen. Fac. Univ. of Va., Since 2006. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Welfare Law (S).

Richard K. Neumann, Jr. (Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University)
Session: Plenary Session: The Status of Proposed ABA Changes to Security of Position
Bio: NEUMANN, RICHARD, K., JR. (M) Prof. of Law Hofstra. b.1947. BA, 1969, Pomona Coll.; Diplom, 1971, Int'l Grad. Sch., Univ. of Stockholm; JD, 1975, American; LLM, 1978, Temple. Admitted: MD, 1975; NY, 1981. Instr., Wayne St., 1975-1976; Clin. Fellow & Lect., Temple, 1976-1978; Vis. Ass't Prof., Hofstra, 1978-1981; Ass't Clin. Prof., 1981-1985; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 1985-1989; Assoc. Prof., 1989-1991; Prof., Since 1991. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Contracts; Legal Drafting; Legal Interviewing, Counseling & Negotiation; Legal Writing; Pre-Trial Litigation. Books & Awards: Essential Lawyering Skills (with Krieger), 3d ed., 2007; Legal Writing (with Simon), 2008; Legal Reasoning and Legal Writing, 6th ed., 2009. Consultantships: Mem., ABA Stands. Rev. Com., 2003-06.

Elizabeth Nevins-Saunders (New York University School of Law)
Session: Works-in-Progress: Criminal Law
Bio: NEVINS-SAUNDERS, ELIZABETH, Acting Ass't Prof. of Lawyering New York Univ. BA (Hons), 1992, Amherst Coll.; JD, 1997, Harvard. Admitted: NY, 1998; DC, 1999.

Alizabeth Newman (City University of New York School of Law)
Bio: NEWMAN, ALIZABETH, (F) Instructor CUNY at Queens. Juris Doctorate, 1991, CUNY at Queens. Admitted: NY, 1991. Subjects: Immigrant & Refugee Rights Clinic.

J. Michael Norwood (University of New Mexico School of Law)
Session: The Effective Use of Technology in Legal Problem Solving
Bio: NORWOOD, J., M. (M) Prof., & Assoc. Dean, Clin. Affrs. New Mexico. b.1944. BA, 1967; JD, 1970, New Mexico. Comment Ed., Nat. Resources J. Admitted: NM, 1970. Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of Albuq., 1970-1971; Assoc. in Law & Staff Att'y, New Mexico, 1971-1973; Ass't Prof., 1973-1975; Assoc. Prof., 1975-1982; Prof., Since 1982; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Affrs., Since 2006. Subjects: Clinical Law; Computers & the Law (S); Legal Profession. Member: CALI.

Catherine O'Grady (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
Bio: O'GRADY, CATHERINE, G. (F) Prof. of Law Ariz. State. b.1959. BA, 1981, Michigan; JD, 1987, Ariz. St. Exec. Ed., Ariz. St. L.J. Admitted: AZ, 1987. Jud'l Clerk, William C. Canby Jr. 9th Cir. Ct. of App. Phoenix, 1987-1988; Att'y, Meyer Hendricks Osborn & Maledon Phoenix, 1988-1991; Vis. Prof., Ariz. St., 1991-1994; Assoc. Prof./Prof., Since 1994; Assoc. Dean for Clinical Affairs and the Profession, Sandra Day O'Connor Coll. of Law at ASU, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Clinical Teaching; Constitutional Law; The Practice of Law in a Digital Era; U.S. Supreme Court (S). Books & Awards: Outstanding Fac. Award, 1999. Member: COIF. Consultantships: Mem., Arizona Supreme Court Committee on Judicial Education and Training, since 2007; Mem., Arizona Supreme Court Commission on Technology, since 2007; Mem., Arizona State E-Filing RFP Review Group, since 2007; Mem. , Arizona Supreme Court Publications Committee, since 2007.

Anne K. Olesen (The George Washington University Law School)
Session: Inside-Out/Outside-In: Development Student Perspective on Legal System Culture
Bio: OLESEN, ANNE, K. (F) Prof. of Clin. Law Geo. Was. b.1955. BS, 1976, Metropolitan St. Coll.; MA, 1979, SUNY at Albany; JD, 1982, New York Univ. Admitted: NY, 1983; DC, 1985; MD, 2005. Clerk, Hon. Mary Johnson Lowe S.D. NY, 1982-1984; Assoc., Steptoe & Johnson DC, 1985-1987; Ass't Exec. Dir., ACLU DC, 1987-1988; Att'y, Civil Rts. Div. Dep't of Just. DC, 1997-1999; Vis. Prof., Geo. Wash., 2000-2002; Prof. of Clinical Law, George Washington Univ. Law Sch., Since 2002. Subjects: Criminal Appeals Clinic (S); Federal Criminal and Appellate Clinic (S). Member: Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Mem., Arthur Garfield Hays Civil Liberties Prog., New York Univ.; Bd. of Dirs., DC Prisoners' Legal Servs., 1989-99.

Calvin Pang (University of Hawaii, William S. Richardson School of Law)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Experiential Learning
Bio: PANG, CALVIN, (M) Assoc. Prof. Hawaii. b.1954. BS, 1976, Case Western Res.; MPH, 1981, Hawaii; JD, 1985, Hawaii. Admitted: HI, 1985. Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of HI, 1985-1989; Legal Staff, Poverty Law Cntr. of Orange Cty. CA, 1990-1991; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of HI, 1991; Staff Att'y, Elder Law Proj. Hawaii, 1991-1994; Ass't Prof., 1994-2000; Assoc. Prof., Since 2000. Subjects: Clinic; Family Law; Legal Practice (S). Consultantships: Vice-President Bd. of Dirs., Legal Aid Soc. of HI, since 2000; Co-Chair, Task Force on Clinicians & the Acad., CLE Sect., since 2005; Exec. Com., AALS Section of Balance, since 2009.

Sarah H. Paoletti (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
Session: Preparing Students for Practice in a Globalized World: Teaching Complex Problem Solving through Transnational Partnerships
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, Since 2006. 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.

Esther Park (University of Washington School of Law)
Elizabeth Rindskopf Parker (University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law)
Session: AALS Joint Luncheon for Conferences on the Future of the Law School Curriculum and Clinical Legal Education - Institutional Change
Bio: RINDSKOPF PARKER, ELIZABETH, (F) Dean McGeorge. b.1943. BA, 1965; JD, 1968, Michigan. Admitted: GA, 1968; DC, 1978; WI, 1999. Ass't Dir., Mergers & Acqs. FTC DC, 1978-1981; Of Counsel, Surrey & Morse DC, 1980-1983; Gen. Counsel, Dep't of Defense N.S.A. DC, 1984-1989; Prin. Dep. Legal Adv'r, U.S. Dep't of St. DC, 1989-1990; Gen. Counsel, C.I.A. DC, 1990-1995; Of Counsel, Bryan Cave LLP DC, 1995-1999; Gen. Counsel, Univ. Wisconsin Sys., 1999-2002; Dean, McGeorge, Since 2002. Subjects: National Security Law. Member: ALI; IALS; ASIL. Consultantships: Mem., National Academy of Sciences, Committee on a New Governmentt-Univiversity Partnership for Science & Security, 2005-06; Mem., National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Scientific Communication and National Security, 2005-08; Mem., Public Interest Declassification Board, since 2006; Mem., National Academy of Sciences, Committee on Laboratory Security and Personnel Reliability Assurance Systems for Laboratories Conducting Research on Biological Select Agents, since 2009.

Elizabeth Hayes Patterson (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Faux Faculty Reconvenes
Bio: PATTERSON, ELIZABETH, HAYES (F) Assoc. Prof., Georgetown. b.1945. AB, 1967, Emmanuel Coll.; JD, 1973, Cath. Univ. Admitted: PA, 1974; DC, 1975. Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Stanford, 1967-68. Clerk, Hon. Ruggero J. Aldisert U.S.C.A. 3d Cir., 1973-1974; Assoc., Hogan & Hartson DC, 1974-1977; Adj. Prof., Cath. Univ., 1976; Chrm.-Comm'r, DC Public Serv. (Util.) Comm., 1977-1980; Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, Since 1980; Assoc. Dean, Georgetown, 1993 - 1997; Dep. Dir., AALS, 2005-2007; Dep. Dir., AALS, 2009 - 2010. Subjects: Commercial Law Sales; Conflict of Laws; Contracts; Race & American Law (S); The Civil Rights Movement: Law and Social Change Seminar (S). Books & Awards: 2006, Hon. Dr. of Laws, Univ. of Toulouse; 2001, Frank F. Flegal Tchg. Award.Member: ALI. Consultantships: Adv'y Com. on Procs., Jud. Coun. of the DC Cir., 1981-84; Adv'y Com. on Priv. Int'l Law - Study Grp. on the Law Applicable to Int'l Sales, Sec'y of St., 1983-85; Treas., DC Bar, 1987-88.

Elizabeth Hayes Patterson (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Faculty Curriculum Committee and Final Proposal
Bio: PATTERSON, ELIZABETH, HAYES (F) Assoc. Prof., Georgetown. b.1945. AB, 1967, Emmanuel Coll.; JD, 1973, Cath. Univ. Admitted: PA, 1974; DC, 1975. Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Stanford, 1967-68. Clerk, Hon. Ruggero J. Aldisert U.S.C.A. 3d Cir., 1973-1974; Assoc., Hogan & Hartson DC, 1974-1977; Adj. Prof., Cath. Univ., 1976; Chrm.-Comm'r, DC Public Serv. (Util.) Comm., 1977-1980; Assoc. Prof., Georgetown, Since 1980; Assoc. Dean, Georgetown, 1993 - 1997; Dep. Dir., AALS, 2005-2007; Dep. Dir., AALS, 2009 - 2010. Subjects: Commercial Law Sales; Conflict of Laws; Contracts; Race & American Law (S); The Civil Rights Movement: Law and Social Change Seminar (S). Books & Awards: 2006, Hon. Dr. of Laws, Univ. of Toulouse; 2001, Frank F. Flegal Tchg. Award.Member: ALI. Consultantships: Adv'y Com. on Procs., Jud. Coun. of the DC Cir., 1981-84; Adv'y Com. on Priv. Int'l Law - Study Grp. on the Law Applicable to Int'l Sales, Sec'y of St., 1983-85; Treas., DC Bar, 1987-88.

Deborah Perluss (Northwest Justice Project)
Jean Koh Peters (Yale Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - Content and Context
Bio: PETERS, JEAN, K. (F) Sol Goldman Clin. Prof. & Supv'g Atty. Yale. b.1958. BA, 1979, Harvard-Radcliffe Coll.; JD, 1982, Harvard. Admitted: NY, 1983; CT, 1989. Clerk, Judge William P. Gray U.S.D.C. L.A., 1982-1983; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. Juv. Rts. Div. NYC, 1983-1985; Ass't Clin. Prof., Columbia, 1986-1989; Assoc. Clin. Prof., Yale, 1989-1993; Supv'g Att'y, Since 1989; Clin. Prof., Since 1993. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Immigration; Juvenile Law. Books & Awards: Representing Children in Child Protective Proceedings: Ethical and Practical Dimensions, 3d ed., 2007.

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

Robert Pettignano, M.D. (Emory University School of Medicine)
Alicia E. Plerhoples (Stanford Law School)
Session: Teaching Problem Solving in the Representation of Institutional Clients

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

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

Andrew S. Pollis (Case Western Reserve University School of Law)
Bio: POLLIS, ANDREW, (M) Vi Ass't Prof. of Law Case Western Re. b.1964. AB, 1986, Brown Univ.; JD, 1990, Harvard. Exec. Editor, Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Rev. Admitted: OH, 1990. Part. (1998-2008), Associate (1990-1998), Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP, Cleveland, OH, 1990 - 2008; Vis. Assistant Prof., Case Western Res. Univ. Sch. of Law, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Appellate Practice (S); Civil Litigation and Mediation Clinic (S); Civil Litigation Clinic (S); Mediation Training (S). Books & Awards: Ohio Appellate Prac. (with Painter), 2008; Ohio Appellate Prac. (with Painter), 2009; A Century of Legal Ethics: Trial Lawyers and the ABA Canons of Prof'l Ethics (with Fox and Martyn), 2009; Ohio Appellate Prac. (with Painter), 2010. 1986, Phi Beta Kappa.Member: Clin. Legal Educ. Ass'n.

Sigmund Popko (Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law)
Bio: POPKO, SIGMUND, (M) Clin. Prof. & Director, Post-Conviction Clinic Ariz. State. BA, 1984, Univ. of Ariz.; JD, 1987, Univ. of Ariz. Writer, Arizona L. Rev. Admitted: AZ, 1988. Jud. Law Clerk, Justice Stanley G. Feldman, Arizona Sup. Ct., Phoenix, AZ, 1988 - 1989; Associate, Meyer Hendricks Victor Osborn & Maledon P.A. Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ, 1988-1994; Ass't Fed. Public Defender, Fed. Public Defender Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ, 1994-2001; Vis. Associate Clinical Prof. of Law, Arizona St. Univ., 2001 - 2004; Assoc. Clinical Prof. of Law, Arizona St. Univ., 2004 - 2008; Clin. Prof. of Law, Arizona St. Univ., 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Legal Method & Writing; Post-Conviction Clinic. Books & Awards: Fed. Sentencing Law & Prac. (with Hutchison, Hoffman & Young), 2010. Member: Phi Beta Kappa.; Order of the Coif. Consultantships: Vis. Counsel, Off. of Gen. Counsel, U.S. Sentencing Comm., 2000-00; Public Mem., Arizona Regulatory Board of Physician Assistants, 2002-09; Vice Chrm., Arizona Regulatory Board of Physician Assistants, 2009-09.

Deborah Waire Post (Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Readiness for the Profession
Bio: POST, DEBORAH, W. (F) Prof. Touro. b.1949. JD, 1978, Harvard. Admitted: TX, 1979. Assoc., Bracewll & Patterson Houston, 1978-1983; Ass't Prof., Houston, 1983-1988; Vis. Ass't Prof., Touro, 1987-1988; Assoc. Prof., 1988-1995; Vis. Prof., Syracuse, 1994-1995; Prof., Touro, Since 1995; Vis. Prof. , DePaul Coll. of Law , 1999; Vis. Prof. , DePaul Coll. of Law , 2000; Vis. Prof. , Rutgers Sch. of Law- Newark , 2006. Subjects: Contracts; Corporations; Racism & American Law (S); Rights of the Poor; Securities Law; Sociology of Law. Books & Awards: Contracting Law (with Kastely & Hom), 1996; Cultivating Intelligence: Power, Law & the Politics of Tchg., 1996. 2002, Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences ;.Member: Soc. of Am. Law Teachers.

Susan Westerberg Prager (Association of American Law Schools)
Session: Welcome - Law Clinic Directors Workshop
Bio: PRAGER, SUSAN, WESTERBERG (F) AALS Exec. Dir. & Arjay & Frances Fearing Miller Prof. Emer. Cal., Los Angeles. b.1942. AB, 1964; MA, 1967, Stanford; JD, 1971, Cal., L.A. Ed.-in-Ch., U.C.L.A. L. Rev. Admitted: NC, 1971; CA, 1972. Assoc., Powe Porter & Alphin P.A. Durham NC, 1971-1972; Acting Prof., U.C.L.A., 1972-1977; Prof., Since 1977; Assoc. Dean, 1979-1982; Dean, 1982-1998; Provost, Dartmouth Coll., 1999-2001; President, Occidental Coll., 2006 - 2007; Exec. Dir., C.E.O., AALS, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: California Legal History (S); Community Property; Family Law; Wills & Trusts. Member: COIF. Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Pacific Mutual Holding Co., since 1979; Exec. Com., AALS, 1980-83, Pres.-Elect, 1985, Pres., 1986-87; Bd. of Trustees, Stanford, 1976-80, 1987-97.

Jayesh Rathod (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Understanding Law Across Borders and Cultures
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: Immigrants in the Workplace; Immigration Law; International Human Rights Law Clinic (Immigrants' Rights Section).

Yolanda Redero (Vanderbilt University Law School)
Session: Testimony and Teaching: The Role of Religion in Law School Clinics
Bio: REDERO, YOLANDA, (F) Ass't Clin. Prof. of Law Vanderbilt. b.1951. BS, 1983, Miami; MA, 1996, St. Thomas; JD, 1999, Minnesota. Admitted: FL, 1999; TN, 2005. Ass't St. Att'y, St. of FL Miami & Dade, 1999-2002; Ass't Clin. Prof., Vanderbilt, Since 2003. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Domestic Violence Legal Clinic.

Mathias W. Reimann (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Understanding Law Across Borders and Cultures
Bio: REIMANN, MATHIAS, W. Hessel E. Yntema Prof. Michigan.

Sarah E. Ricks (Rutgers Law School)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters Sponsored by Gonzaga University School of Law
Bio: RICKS, SARAH, E. (F) Clin. Prof. Rutgers - Camden. b.1962. BA, 1985, Barnard Coll., Columbia; JD, 1990, Yale. Co-Founder, Yale J. of L. & Feminism. Admitted: PA, 1990; NJ, 1990. Clerk, Hon. Thomas N. O'Neill Jr. U.S.D.C. E.D. PA Phila., 1990-1992; Litig. Assoc., Pepper Hamilton & Scheetz Phila., 1992-1995; Sr. Att'y, Law Dep't City of Phila., 1995-2001; Legal Writing Fac., Rutgers Camden, 2001-2006; Clin. Assoc. Prof. & Co-Dir., Pro Bono Res. Proj., Since 2006. Subjects: Constitutional Litigation (S); Legal Writing & Moot Court. Books & Awards: Current Issues in Const'l Litigation: Roles of the Courts, Attorneys, and Administrators, 2009. Member: ALWD (Chair, Scholarship Comm.); LWI (Chair, Coop'n. Pro Bono, Clinic, Legal Writing Fac.). Consultantships: Consult., City of Phila. Law Dep't, since 2006.

Patricia E. Roberts (William & Mary Law School)
Session: Looking Beyond the Law in Problem-Solving
Bio: ROBERTS, PATRICIA, E. (F) Clin. Ass't Prof. Wm. & Mary. b.1967. BA, 1989, Randolph-Macon Woman's Coll.; JD, 1992, Wm. & Mary. Admitted: VA, 1992. Att'y, Self Newport News VA, 1992-1994; Att'y, Roberts & Roberts P.C. Newport News VA, 1994-2000; Ass't Dean, Acad. Progs. Wm. & Mary, 2000-2004; Assoc. Dean, Acad. Progs., Since 2004; Director, Clinical Programs, William & Mary Law Sch., 2007 - Pres; Vis. Clinical Assistant Prof., William & Mary Law Sch., 2007 - 2008; Clin. Ass't Prof., William & Mary Law Sch., 2008 - Pres; Co-Director, Legal Skills Prog., William & Mary Law Sch., 2008 - 2009; Director, Legal Skills Prog., William & Mary Law Sch., 2009 - 2010. Subjects: Alternative Dispute Resolution (S); Legal Profession; Legal Research & Writing; Special Education Advocacy; Trial & Appellate Advocacy. Member: Omicron Delta Kappa. Consultantships: Mem., First District Individuals with Disabilities Advisory Council, since 2010.

Michael J. Robinson-Dorn (University of California, Irvine School of Law)
Session: Bellow Award Report on Projects
Bio: ROBINSON-DORN, MICHAEL, J. (M) Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Envtl. Law Clinic. Wash., Seattle. b.1966. BA, 1988, Univ. of Victoria; JD, 1991, Cornell. Admitted: CA, 1992; DC, 1993; WA, 2000. Clerk, Hon. Morton A. Brody U.S.D.J. Bangor ME, 1991-1992; Assoc., Jones Day DC, 1992-1995; Trial Att'y, ENRD U.S. Dep't of Just. DC, 1995-1999; Assoc. & Principal, Riddell & Williams P.S. Seattle, 1999-2002; Dir., Envtl. Protection City Att'ys Off. Seattle, 2002; Assoc. Professor & Dir. Envtl. Law Clinic, Univ. of Washington, Since 2003. Subjects: Administrative Law; Clinical Law (S); Environmental Law; Natural Resources; Public Land Law (S). Member: CLEA (Board).

Meredith J. Ross (University of Wisconsin Law School)
Bio: ROSS, MEREDITH, J. Clin. Prof. & Dir., Frank J. Remington Ctr. Wisconsin. b.1955. BA, 1977, Colorado St.; MA, 1979; PhD, 1985, Wisconsin; JD, 1990, Wisconsin. Assoc. Ed., Wis. L. Rev. Admitted: WI, 1990. Clin. Instr., Wisconsin, 1990-1992; Clin. Ass't Prof., 1992-1995; Clin. Assoc. Prof., 1995-2001; Clin. Prof., Since 2001. Subjects: Appellate Practice; Criminal Justice; Criminal Procedure. Books & Awards: Prac. Under the Fed. Sentencing Guidelines (ed. P.S. Bamberger & D.J. Gottlieb), 4th ed., 2000; Wisc. Alumni Ass'n Award for Excellence in Leadership, 2006. Member: COIF.

Laura L. Rovner (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Content and Context
Bio: ROVNER, LAURA, L. (F) 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; Ass't Prof., Denver, Since 2004. Subjects: Civil Rights; Clinic. Member: Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Co-Chair, Com. on Rts. of Persons w/ Disabilities, Sect. on Indiv. Rts. & Respon., ABA, since 1998.

Seehaam Samaai (University of the Western Cape Faculty of Law)
David Anthony Santacroce (The University of Michigan Law School)
Session: Unitary Tenure Track for Clinical Faculty? An Open Discussion of the Report & Recommendations from the Section on Clinical Legal Educ. Task Force on Status of Clinicians & the Legal Academy
Bio: SANTACROCE, DAVID , ANTHONY (M) Clin. Prof. of Law Michigan. JD, 1992, Pace; LLM, 1997, Columbia. Mng. Ed., Pace U. L. Rev. Admitted: CT, 1992; NY, 1992; MI, 2000. Assoc., Lane & Miltendorf LLP NYC, 1992-1997; Dir., Off. Gen. Counsel Equal Just. Am. Midlothian VA, Since 1993; Sr. Staff Att'y, Maurice Sugar Law Cntr. for Econ. & Soc. Just. Detroit, 1997-2000; Clin. Prof., Univ. of Michigan Law Sch., Since 2001; Pres. & Founder, Cntr. for the Study of Applied Legal Educ., Ann Arbor, Michigan, 2007 - Pres; Pres. & General Counsel, Equal Justice America, Midlothian Virginia, 2008 - Pres. Subjects: Acess to Justice (S); General Civil Clinic (S).

Mary Sawicki (Suffolk University Law School)
Session: Works-in-Progress: Juvenile Justice
Bio: SAWICKI, MARY , Suffolk.

Eileen A. Scallen (Mitchell Hamline School of Law)
Session: Putting Facts to Work: Integrating Skills and Doctrine, “Clinical” and “Traditional” Faculty Using Palsgraf 2.0
Bio: SCALLEN, EILEEN, A. (F) Prof. Wm. Mitchell. b.1959. BA, 1981, St. Olaf Coll.; MA, 1983; JD, 1986, Minnesota. Pres., Minn. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1986; MN, 1988. Clerk, Hon. A. Wallace Tashima U.S.D.C. C.D. CA, 1986-1987; Assoc., Latham & Watkins L.A., 1987-1989; Ass't Prof., Cal. Hastings, 1989-1992; Assoc. Prof., 1992-1995; Prof., Since 1995; Assoc. Acad. Dean, 1996-1998. Subjects: Advocacy; Civil Procedure; Estates; Evidence; Language & Logic (S). Books & Awards: California Courtroom Evid. Manual (with Weissenberger), 2000-, 2010. Member: Order of the Coif.

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

Alexander Scherr (University of Georgia School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Diagnosis: Defining the Problem
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 & Negotiation; Products Liability. Books & Awards: Georgia Law of Evid. (with Green), 1999. 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.

Scott A. Schumacher (University of Washington School of Law)
Session: Bellow Award Report on Projects
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 G. Schwartz (Fordham University School of Law)
Bio: SCHWARTZ, BETH, (F) Clin. Assoc. Prof. Fordham. b.1952. BA, 1973, Buffalo; JD, 1978, St. John's. Admitted: NY, 1979. Columbia Teacher's Coll., 1973-75. 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.

Anthony J. Sebok (Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Understanding Law Across Borders and Cultures
Bio: SEBOK, ANTHONY, J. (M) Prof. Cardozo. b.1963. BA, 1984, Cornell; MPhil, 1986, Oxford; JD, 1991, Yale; PhD, 1993, Princeton. Sr. Ed., Yale L.J.; Exec. Ed., Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. Admitted: NY, 1994. Clerk, Hon. Edward N. Cahn E.D. PA, 1991-1992; Ass't Prof., Brooklyn, 1992-1995; Assoc. Prof., 1995-1998; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Yeshiva, 1997; Prof., Brooklyn, 1998-2007; Berlin Prize Fel., Am. Acad. of Berlin Germany, 1999; Vis. Prof., Freie Univ. Berlin Germany, 2001; Fellow, Prog. in Law & Public Affrs Woodrow Wilson Sch., 2005-2006; Assoc. Dean for Res., 2006-2007; Prof., Yeshiva, Since 2007. Subjects: Constitutional Law; Insurance Law; Jurisprudence; Remedies; Torts. Books & Awards: Legal Positivism in Am. Jurisp., 1998; Tort Law: Responsibilities and Redress (with Goldberg & Zipursky) (2nd ed.), 2008. Member: Am. Soc. for Pol. & Legal Phil.; ALI. Consultantships: Products Liability Com., Ass'n of the Bar of NYC, 2000-03; Products Liability Com., Ass'n of the Bar of NYC, 2006-09.

Antoinette Sedillo Lopez (University of New Mexico School of Law)
Session: Beyond Best Practices: Integrating Cultural Competence Training in Legal Education
Bio: SEDILLO LOPEZ, ANTOINETTE, (F) Prof. New Mexico. b.1957. BA, 1979, New Mexico; JD, 1982, Cal., 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.

Robert F. Seibel (California Western School of Law)
Session: Solving the Problem of Curricular Reform
Bio: SEIBEL, ROBERT, F. Dist. Vis. Prof. Cal. Western. b.1946. AB, 1968, Bowdoin Coll.; JD, 1971, Northeastern. Admitted: MA, 1971; IL, 1979; IA, 1980; ME, 1981; NY, 1989. Assoc., Ropes & Gray Boston, 1971-1979; Clin. Prof., Chicago-Kent, 1979-1980; Assoc. Prof. & Exec. Dir., Clin. Progs. Drake, 1980-1981; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Maine, 1981-1983; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Maine, 1983-1986; Vis. Lect., Cornell, 1985-1986; Assoc. Dir., Legal Aid Clinic, 1986-1989; Sr. Lect., Cornell Law Sch., 1986-1998; Vis. Assoc. Prof., CUNY at Queens, 1998; Assoc. Prof., CUNY Sch. of Law, Since 1998; Vis. Prof., Cal. Western, Since 2007. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Computer Applications in Law Practice (S); Estate Planning Clinic (S). Member: CLEA (V.P., 1997, Co-Pres., 1998).; CLE Ass'n (Dir., 1992-94). Consultantships: Bd. of Dirs., Legal Servs. Corp. of IA, 1980-81; Chair, Sect. on Law & Computers, AALS, since 1985; Bd. of Dirs., Community Dispute Resolu. Cntr., Ithaca, NY, 1986-93.

Andrea M. Seielstad (University of Dayton School of Law)
Session: The Effective Use of Technology in Legal Problem Solving
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.

Laurie B. Serafino (Pepperdine University School of Law)
Bio: SERAFINO, LAURIE, B. (F) Director, Clin. Educ. & Ass't Prof. of Law Pepperdine. b.1952. BA, 1974, Cal., Davis; JD, 1979, Southwestern. Exec. Note and Comment Editor, Southwestern Law Rev. Admitted: CA, 1979. Directing Att'y, L.A. Cty. Bar Ass'n LRIS, 1980-1984; Dep. Public Def., L.A. Cty., 1984-1988; Res. Supv'g Att'y, L.A. Cty. Superior Ct., 1988-1991; Att'y, Self L.A., 1991-1998; Ass't Prof., Pepperdine, Since 1998. Subjects: Clinical Teaching; Criminal Procedure; Trial & Appellate Advocacy.

Ann C. Shalleck (American University, Washington College of Law)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Core Values that Shape a 21st Century Legal Education
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; 2006, Stoneman Professor of Law & Democracy, Albany Law School; 2009, Outstanding Advocate for Clinical Teachers, Clinical Legal Education Association.Member: Plng. Comm. 2008 Conf. on Clin. Legal Ed. 2007-08).; AALS (Executive Com., 2010-2012; Com. on Curric. & Res., 1991-94, Com. on Prof'l Dev., 2005-07, Chair, 2006-07; Plng. Comm. 2007 Workshops on Clin. Legal Ed. 2006-07. Consultantships: Adv'y Com. on Implementation of the Final Rpt. of the Task Forces, DC Racial & Ethnic & Gender Bias in the Cts., 1992-93; Bd. of Gov'rs, SALT, 1993-97; Mem., Multistate Performance Test Com., Nat'l Conf. of Bar Exam'rs, 1996-04.

Colleen F. Shanahan (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Teaching for Transfer in the Clinic

Stacey-Rae Simcox (William & Mary Law School)
Session: Looking Beyond the Law in Problem-Solving

Gwynne L. Skinner (Willamette University College of Law)
Session: AALS Reception with Posters Sponsored by Gonzaga University School of Law
Bio: SKINNER, GWYNNE, L. Ass't. Prof., Clin Law Willamette. JD, 1991, Iowa; Master of Law, 2007, Oxford. Founding Chair, Jour. of Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems. Admitted: IA, 1991; WA, 1995; OR, 2004. Subjects: International Human Rights Clinic; Refugee Law.

Abbe Smith (Georgetown University Law Center)
Session: Representing the Guilty in the Age of Innocence: Challenges for Criminal Defense Clinics, Innocence Projects, and Public Defender Agencies
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.

Nicole Smith Futrell (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: Diagnosing Client Issues and Community Needs in Uncharted Terrain?
Bio: SMITH, NICOLE, Instructor CUNY at Queens.

Linda F. Smith (University of Utah, S. J. Quinney College of Law)
Session: Clinical Externships as the Signature Pedagogy for Teaching Problem-Solving
Bio: SMITH, LINDA, F. (F) Prof. & Dir., Clin. Progs. Utah. b.1952. BA, 1973, Ohio St.; JD, 1976, Yale. Admitted: MA, 1977; UT, 1985. Assoc. Att'y, Hale & Dorr Boston, 1976-1978; Staff Att'y, Greater Boston Legal Servs., 1978-1982; Sr. Att'y, 1982-1984; Clin. Prog. Dir., Utah, 1984-1997; Adj. Prof., 1985-1988; Assoc. Prof., 1988-1993; Prof., Since 1993; Dir., Clin. Progs., Since 1999. Subjects: Family Law Practice; Judicial Process; Lawyering Skills; Legal Profession; Poverty Law (S); Trial Advocacy. Books & Awards: Univ. of Utah Dist. Serv. Award, 2006. 2007, SJ Quinney College of Law Faculty Service Award; 2006, University of Utah Distinguished Service Award.Member: AALS Clin. Law Sect.; ABA. Consultantships: Ethics Adv'y Opinion Com., Utah St. Bar, since 2003.

Lisa C. Smith (Brooklyn Law School)
Bio: SMITH, LISA, C. Ass't Prof., Clin. Law, Dir., Externship Prog. & Prosecutors Clinic Brooklyn. b.1954. BA, 1975, Franklin & Marshall Coll.; JD, 1978, Brooklyn. Admitted: NY, 1979. Dep. Bur. Ch., Crim. Ct. Bur. D.A. Kings Cty., NYC, Pres; Exec. Ass't D.A. for Domestic Violence, Sex Crimes & Child Abuse., Pres; Ass't D.A., Kings Cty. D.A. NYC, 1978-1987. Subjects: Criminal Law Clinic; Innovations in Criminal Justice (S); Prosecutor's Clinic. Consultantships: Mem., NYS Violence Against Women Com., since 1999; Mem., Coun. on Crim. Just., NYC Bar, since 2006; Chrpsn., ABA Com. on Re-Entry & Collateral Consequences, 2006-09; Mem., NYC Bar Association Domestic Violence Committee, since 2007; Chrpsn., ABA Criminal Justice Section Academic Committee, since 2009.

Maylinn E. Smith (Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana)
Session: Content and Context in the Big Sky State: How Native, Rural, and Other Socio-Economic Issues Inform Understanding of Client Legal Problems
Bio: SMITH, MAYLINN, E. Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Indian Law Clinic. Montana. BA, 1981, Fort Lewis Coll. Admitted: MT, 1987. Legal Adv'r, Confederated Salish & Kootenai MT, 1987-1989; Ch. Judge, Southern Ute Tribe CO, 1989-1992; Priv. Prac., Self , Southern Ute Indian Reservation, 1992-1994; Assoc. Professor & Director Indian Law clinic, Montana, 1995-1999; Rptr., Native Am. Liaison Com. NCCUSL., 2002-2004; Ch. Judge, Ft. Peck Appellate Ct. Ft. Peck Indian Tribes Poplar MT, 2004-2005. Subjects: Basic Indian law (S); Criminal law in Indian Country (S); Federal Courts (S); Federal Indian Law (S); Indian Child Welfare Issues (S); Indian law clinic; Tribal Courts/Tribal Law (S); UM General Counsel. Consultantships: Rptr., Nat'l Conf. Commr's on Uniform St. Laws, 2002-04.

Jayashri Srikantiah (Stanford Law School)
Session: Plenary Session - Diagnosis: Defining the Problem
Bio: SRIKANTIAH, JAYASHRI, (F) Prof. & Dir., Immigrants' Rts. Clinic. Stanford. BS, 1991, Cal., Berkeley; JD, 1996, Cal., Berkeley. Sr. Note & Comment Ed., N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: CA, 1996. Assoc., Howard Rice et al., San Fran., Pres; Assoc. Legal Dir., ACLU of No. CA, San Fran., Pres; Clerk, Hon. David R. Thompson, San Diego, Pres; Staff Counsel, Immigrants' Rts. Proj. ACLU, Oakland, Pres; Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Immigrants' Rts. Clinic Stanford, Since 2004. Subjects: Immigrants' Rights Clinic.

Patricia Anne Stankovitch (University of St. Thomas Interprofessional Center for Counseling and Legal Services)
Ms. Tirien Steinbach (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Diagnosis: Defining the Problem
Bio: STEINBACH, TIRIEN, Exec. Director, East Bay Community Law Cntr. Cal., Berkeley.

Robin Steinberg (The Bronx Defenders)
Robin Walker Sterling (University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
Session: At SEA (Sympathy, Empathy, and Apathy): Teaching Students to Distinguish Between and Strategically Select Modes of Communication
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. 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 Representation Clinic (S).

Jacob L. Stevens (Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University)
Bio: STEVENS, JACOB, L. Hofstra.

Scott Stevenson (Lewis and Clark Law School)
Bio: STEVENSON, SCOTT, Clin. Prof., Small Bus. Legal Clinic (SBLC) Lewis & Clark.

Kele Stewart (University of Miami School of Law)
Bio: STEWART, KELE, Assoc. Prof. & Director, Children & Youth Law Clinic Miami.

Carol Suzuki (University of New Mexico School of Law)
Bio: SUZUKI, CAROL, (F) Prof. New Mexico. AB, 1986, Stanford; JD, 1991, Columbia. Ed., Colum. J. Gender & L.; Mng. Ed., Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. Sr. Staff Att'y, HIV Law Proj. NYC, 1995-1998; Dep. Dir., 1998-1999; Vis. Assoc. Prof., Dist. of Columbia, 1999-2001; Robert M. Cover Fel., Yale, 2001-2003; Ass't Prof., 2003-2006; Assoc. Prof., 2006 - 2009; Professor, Univ. of New Mexico Sch. of Law, 2009 - Pres. Subjects: AIDS and the Law (S); Bioethics (S); Community Lawyering Clinic; Torts. Member: CLEA.

Melissa Swain (University of Miami School of Law)
Session: Works-in-Progress: Lawyering for Change
Bio: SWAIN, MELISSA, Supervising Att'y Health and Elder Law Clinic Miami.

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

David B. Thronson (Michigan State University College of Law)
Bio: THRONSON, DAVID, B. (M) Prof. of Law Mich. S. b.1962. BS, 1985, Kansas; BGS, 1985, Kansas; MA, 1990, Columbia; JD, 1994, Harvard. Co-Ed.-in-Ch., Harv. Hum. Rts. J. Admitted: NY, 1995; MA, 1995; NJ, 1997. Clerk, Hon A. Wallace Tashima L.A., 1994-1995; Skadden Fellow/Staff Att'y, The Door's Legal Services Cntr., New York, NY, 1995-1997; Gibbons Fel., Public Interest & Const'l Law Gibbons Del Deo Dolan Griffinger & Vecchione Newark NJ, Newark, NJ, 1997-1999; Legal Res. & Writing Instr., New York Univ., 1999-2000; Adj. Prof., Seton Hall, 1999-2001; Res. Instr., New York Univ. , 2000-2001; Acting Ass't Prof., New York Univ. , 2001-2002; Adj. Prof., Hofstra, 2002; Assoc. Prof., Nevada Las Vegas, 2002 - 2008; Prof. and Assoc. Dean for Clinical Studies, Nevada Las Vegas, Since 2002; Prof. of Law, Michigan St. Univ. Coll. of Law, 2010 - Pres. Subjects: Civil Procedure; Clinical Teaching (S); Constitutional Law; Human Rights; Immigration Law; International Law.

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

Karen L. Tokarz (Washington University in St. Louis School of Law)
Session: Preparing Students for Practice in a Globalized World: Teaching Complex Problem Solving through Transnational Partnerships
Bio: TOKARZ, KAREN, L. (F) Charles Nagel Prof. of Pub. Int. Law & Pub. Svc., Prof., African & African-American Studies, Dir.,DR Prog. & Dir., Civil Rts. & Comm. Justice Clinic Wash., St. Louis. BA, 1970, Webster; JD, 1976, St. Louis; LLM, 1985, Cal., 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; Ass't Prof., 1980-1986; Dir., Clin. Educ., Since 1980; Assoc. Prof., 1986-1987; Prof., Since 1987; Israel Treiman Fac. Fel., 2001; Dir., Dispute Resolu. Prog., Since 2004. Subjects: Civil Rights & Community Justice Clinic; Employment Discrimination (S); Human Trafficking & Labor Migration (S); Mediation Theory & Practice; Pretrial Practice & Procedure; Public Interest Law & Policy (S); Trial & Appellate 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, Brown & Bogutz), 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.

Paul R. Tremblay (Boston College Law School)
Session: Reimagining Lawyering in the Transactional Setting: Substantive and Contextural Differences
Bio: TREMBLAY, PAUL, R. (M) Clin. Prof. and Law Fund Scholar Boston Col. b.1951. JD, 1978, Cal., L.A. Member, UCLA Law Rev. Admitted: CA, 1979; MA, 1982. Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Fdn. of L.A., 1979-1982; Lect., U.C.L.A., 1980-1982; Sr. Att'y, Legal Aid Fdn. of L.A., 1982; Ass't Prof., Boston Coll., 1982-1994; Assoc. Clin. Prof., 1994-1999; Clin. Prof., Since 1999; Vis. Lect., Harvard, 2003. Subjects: Community Enterprise Clinic; Professional Responsibility. Books & Awards: Lawyers As Counselors: A Client Centered Approach (with Binder, Bergman & Price), 2d ed., 2004. 2008, Emil Slizewski Excellence in Teaching Award, Boston College Law School, 2008.Member: COIF. Consultantships: Ethics Com., Boston Bar Ass'n, since 1993; Member, Adv'y Com., American Bar Association Medical-Legal Partnerships Pro Bono Support Project , since 2009.

Lu-in Wang (University of Pittsburgh School of Law)
Session: Joint Plenary Session - Readiness for the Profession
Bio: WANG, LU-IN, (F) Assoc. Dean & Prof. of Law Pittsburgh. b.1962. BS, 1983, Penn. St.; BA, 1983, Pittsburgh; JD, 1986, Michigan. Admitted: IL, 1986; MI, 1988. Assoc., Jenner & Block Chgo., 1986-1987; Assoc., Ellis Talcott & Ohlgren Ann Arbor MI, 1988-1989; Staff Att'y, Cntr. for Social Gerontology Ann Arbor, 1989-1990; Jud. Clerk, Hon. Ralph Cappy Sup. Ct. of PA Pgh., 1991-1994; Vis. Ass't Prof., Pittsburgh, 1994-1995; Ass't Prof., 1995-1999; Assoc. Prof., 1999-2004; Prof., Since 2004; Assoc. Dean, Since 2006. Subjects: Antitrust; Antitrust (S); Civil Procedure; Contract Law (S); Contracts; Violence & the Law (S). Books & Awards: Hate Crimes Law, 1994; Discrim. by Default: How Racism Becomes Routine, 2006. Member: ALI.

Carl Warren (University of Minnesota Law School)
Bio: WARREN, CARL, Clin. Prof. Minnesota. b.1950. BA, 1972, St. Olaf Coll.; JD, 1975, Minnesota. Admitted: MN, 1975. Spec. Ass't Att'y Gen., Att'y Gen of MN St. Paul, 1975-1990; Adj. Prof., Hamline, 1984; Clin. Assoc. Prof., Minnesota, 1990-1994; Clin. Prof., Since 1994. Subjects: Civil Practice Clinic. Consultantships: Bd. of Regents, St. Olaf Coll., 1986-99.

Julie K. Waterstone (Southwestern Law School)
Bio: WATERSTONE, JULIE, K. (F) Dir., Children's Rts. Clin. & Assoc. Clin. Prof. Southwestern. b.1973. BA, 1995, Cal., Santa Barbara; JD, 2000, Northwestern. Admitted: CA, 2000; MS, 2004. Assoc., Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy L.A., 2000-2003; Vis. Clin. Prof. & Staff Att'y, Mississippi, 2003-2006; Att'y, Public Counsel L.A., 2006-2007; Assoc. Clin. Prof., Southwestern, Since 2007. Subjects: Children's Rights Clinic; Juvenile Advocacy Clinic; Special Education (S). Consultantships: Adv'y Bd., So. Juvenile Defender Cntr., 2004-06; Sec'y, MS Chap., ACLU, 2004-06.

Ian S. Weinstein (Fordham University School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session: The Status of Proposed ABA Changes to Security of Position
Bio: WEINSTEIN, IAN, S. (M) Assoc. Dean for Clin. and Experiential Programs Fordham. b.1959. BA, 1981, Reed Coll.; JD, 1986, New York Univ; LLM, 1991, Georgetown. Admitted: DC, 1986; NY, 1988. Stiller/Prettyman Fel., Georgetown, 1986-1988; Assoc. Att'y, Fed. Defender S.D.N.Y. NYC, 1988-1991; Assoc. Prof., Fordham, 1992-2003; Prof. , Since 2003; Prof. and Dir. of Clinical Educ., Fordham, 2006 - Pres. Subjects: Clinical Teaching (S); Criminal Law; Evidence. Books & Awards: Fed. Crim. Prac. (with Subin & Mirsky), 1992. Member: Order of the Coif.

Janet Weinstein (California Western School of Law)
Session: Solving the Problem of Curricular Reform
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.

Kate Weisburd (University of California, Berkeley School of Law)
Session: Works-in-Progress: Criminal Law

Larry A. Weiser (Gonzaga University School of Law)
Bio: WEISER, LARRY, A. (M) Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Clin. Law Prog. Gonzaga. b.1949. BA, 1971, Boston Univ.; JD, 1976, Gonzaga. Admitted: WA, 1976. Grad. Study, Univ. of Mass., 1972-73. Staff Att'y, Spokane Legal Servs. Cntr. Colville- Tri-Cty. Off., 1976-1977; Mng. Att'y, 1977-1979; Mng. Att'y, Evergreen Legal Servs. Skagit-Island Off., 1979-1980; Supv'g Att'y, Clin. Law Prog., 1981-2004; Dir., Sr. Citizens Law Proj. Gonzaga, Since 1981; Assoc. Prof., Since 1994; Co-Dir., Clin. Law Prog., 2004-2005; Dir., Since 2005. Subjects: Administrative Law; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Clinical Teaching; Dispute Resolution; Elder Law. Books & Awards: Overview of Fed. APA, Ch. 12 in Washington Admin. Law Prac. Manual, 1991. Member: Nat'l Acad. of Elder Law Att'ys (Cert. Elder Law Att'y, 2001). Consultantships: Past Chair, Admin. Law Sect., WA St. Bar Ass'n, 1984, Exec. Coun., ADR Sect., since 1992; Law Sch. Liaison, ADR Sect., WA St. Bar Ass'n, 1995-99; Chair, ADR Sect., Spokane Cty. Bar Ass'n, 1998-99.

Larry A. Weiser (Gonzaga University School of Law)
Session: The Impact of Culture, Race, and Gender on the Fact Gathering Process: Three Public Interest Case Illustrations
Bio: WEISER, LARRY, A. (M) Assoc. Prof. & Dir., Clin. Law Prog. Gonzaga. b.1949. BA, 1971, Boston Univ.; JD, 1976, Gonzaga. Admitted: WA, 1976. Grad. Study, Univ. of Mass., 1972-73. Staff Att'y, Spokane Legal Servs. Cntr. Colville- Tri-Cty. Off., 1976-1977; Mng. Att'y, 1977-1979; Mng. Att'y, Evergreen Legal Servs. Skagit-Island Off., 1979-1980; Supv'g Att'y, Clin. Law Prog., 1981-2004; Dir., Sr. Citizens Law Proj. Gonzaga, Since 1981; Assoc. Prof., Since 1994; Co-Dir., Clin. Law Prog., 2004-2005; Dir., Since 2005. Subjects: Administrative Law; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Clinical Teaching; Dispute Resolution; Elder Law. Books & Awards: Overview of Fed. APA, Ch. 12 in Washington Admin. Law Prac. Manual, 1991. Member: Nat'l Acad. of Elder Law Att'ys (Cert. Elder Law Att'y, 2001). Consultantships: Past Chair, Admin. Law Sect., WA St. Bar Ass'n, 1984, Exec. Coun., ADR Sect., since 1992; Law Sch. Liaison, ADR Sect., WA St. Bar Ass'n, 1995-99; Chair, ADR Sect., Spokane Cty. Bar Ass'n, 1998-99.

Anna Welch (Stanford Law School)
Session: Worksin-Progress: Clinical Pedagogy

Carwina Weng (Indiana University Maurer School of Law)
Session: Plenary Session - Decision-Making
Bio: WENG, CARWINA, (F) Clin. Prof. Ind., Maurer. BA, 1986, Yale; JD, 1990, New York Univ. N.Y.U. L. Rev. Admitted: NY, 1991; MA, 2000; IN, 2007. Skadden Fel., Legal Aid Soc. of NY NYC, 1990-1992; Jud. Clerk, Hon. Frank M. Coffin U.S.C.A. 1st Cir. Portland ME, 1992-1993; Staff Att'y, Legal Aid Soc. of NY NYC, 1993-1996; Adj. Prof., Fla. Coastal, 1996-1997; Lect., 1997-1998; Ass't Prof, 1998-1999; Sr. Att'y, Greater Boston Legal Servs., 1999-2001; Ass't Clin. Prof., Boston Coll., 2001-2006; Clin. Prof., Ind. Maurer (Bloomington), Since 2006. Subjects: Civil Litigation Clinic; Disability Law Clinic; Legal Professions; Women and the Law. Member: Order of the Coif.; Phi Beta Kappa. Consultantships: Comm'r, Gov'rs Comm. on Sexual & Domestic Violence, 2003-06; Trustee, Harry H. Dow Memorial Legal Assist. Fund, 2003-06; Mem., Women's Bar Ass'n, MA, 2005, Pres.-Elect, 2006-06; Mem., IN Pro Bono Commission, since 2007.

Kathleen A. Weston (University of Minnesota Law School)
Bio: WESTON, KATHLEEN, A. Minnesota.

Virgil O. Wiebe (University of St. Thomas School of Law)
Session: How Do We Sort Facts and Analyze "Symptoms" Using Help from Experts in Other Professions?
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)
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.

Joanna Woolman (Mitchell Hamline School of Law)
Bio: WOOLMAN, JOANNA, Wm. Mitchell.

Jennifer L. Wright (University of St. Thomas School of Law)
Session: How Do We Sort Facts and Analyze "Symptoms" Using Help from Experts in Other Professions?
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. Consultantships: Governing Coun., Elder Law Sect., MN St. Bar Assn.

Peter S. Wright, Jr. (University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law)
Bio: WRIGHT, PETER, S., JR. Dir., Clin. Progs. & Prof. Franklin Pierce. BA, 1976, Penn. State-Dickinson; JD, 1980, Franklin Pierce. Admitted: NH, 1980. Staff Att'y, NH Legal Assist. Manchester, 1980-1983; Part., Howard & Gleason P.A. Henniker NH, 1983-1987; Part., Wright Cherry & Callen PLLC Henniker, 1987-1998; Dir., Clin. Progs. & Prof. Franklin Pierce, Since 1999. Subjects: Administrative Law; Consumer and Commercial Law Clinic; Consumer Law; Fundamental Lawyering Skills; Litigating Consumer Protection Case (S); Mediation Clinic.

Liliana C. Yanez (City University of New York School of Law)
Session: The Importance of Exploring Content and Context in Encouraging and Navigating Difficult Conversations In the Classroom - A Framework
Bio: YANEZ, LILIANA, C. Instructor CUNY at Queens.

Christina A. Zawisza (The University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law)
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, Since 2005; 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.

Christina A. Zawisza (The University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law)
Session: Testimony and Teaching: The Role of Religion in Law School Clinics
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, Since 2005; 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.

David M. Zlotnick (Roger Williams University School of Law)
Session: Works-in-Progress: Criminal Law
Bio: ZLOTNICK, DAVID, M. Prof. Roger Williams. BA, 1982, SUNY, Binghamton; JD, 1986, Harvard. Admitted: NY, 1987; DC, 1988; FL, 1995; RI, 2005. Jud. Clerk, Hon. John Steadman DC Ct. of App., 1986-1987; Assoc., Fried Frank Harris Shriver & Kampelman DC, 1987-1989; Ass't U.S. Att'y, U.S. Att'y DC, 1989-1993; Ass't Prof., Stetson, 1993-1996; Litig. Dir., Families Against Mandatory Minimums DC, 1995-1996; Assoc. Prof., Roger Williams, Since 1996; Soros Sr. Just. Fel., Open Soc. Inst. DC, 2002-2004; Contemplative Practices Fel., Cntr. for Contemplative Mind in Soc., Rhode Island, 2008 - 2009. Subjects: Criminal Defense Clinic; Criminal Law; Criminal Procedure; Innocence Project; Trial Advocacy. Books & Awards: 2007, Distinguished Service Professor of Law.Consultantships: Litig. Adv'y Com., Families Against Mandatory Mins., since 1995.

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