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Poster sessions are a common way for researchers in the sciences and the social sciences to present research results at a conference in a way that will be accessible to everyone who attends—not just those who are able to come to a specific presentation. These posters are an opportunity to see a faculty member’s thesis and conclusion of their research in a clear and succinct fashion, to see a description of teaching innovations outside formal program presentations and to see descriptions of faculty service projects.

Friday, January 6, 2012

9:00-10:00 am
Posters sponsored by Section on Africa
Training a Countervailing Elite
Kirsten A. Dauphinais, University of North Dakota

9:00-10:00 am
Posters sponsored by Committee on Sections and Annual Meeting
Competition and Crisis in Mortgage Securitization
Michael N. Simkovic, Seton Hall University

Introducing Law Students to Bloom’s Taxonomy
Carol Tyler Fox, Case Western Reserve University

The Three Point Shot: Politics, Desegregation, and Basketball in Indiana
Elizabeth B. Ludwin King, Wake Forest University

10:30-11:30 am
Posters Sponsored by Section on Teaching Methods
Explicitly Integrating Academic and Legal Reasoning Skill Instruction into Doctrinal Courses
David Nadvorney and Deborah Zalesne, City University of New York

Combining Experiential Learning & Formative Evaluation in Teaching Sustainability
Jonathan Rosenbloom, Drake University

The One Click Classroom Makeover
Kimberly Y.W. Holst, Arizona State University

10:30-11:30 am
Posters Sponsored by Section on Clinical Legal Education
Curriculum Mapping – Charting the Course for the Archetypal Law Graduate
Melissa H. Weresh, Drake University

Pedagogical Modules for Community Economic Development Law Clinic Engagement: An Innovative Teaching Approach For Community Economic Development High-Impact Legal Initiatives
Nicole S. Dandridge, Michigan State University

4:00-5:00 pm
Posters sponsored by Section on Academic Support
“Oh, the Farmer and Cowman Should be Friends”: The Integration of Legal Writing and Academic Support
Jamie A. Kleppetsch and Mary Nagel, The John Marshall Law School

Demand More from Your Academic Success Students: Achieving Multiple Goals Across the Law School Curriculum by Teaching Summary Judgment in an Academic Success Course
Alison M. Nissen, Rutgers School of Law - Camden

Millenial Students & Guided Self-Assessment
Mary Largent Purvis, Mississippi College