NSU Law Center Selected to Host the Legal Writing Institute WorkshopPosted on: 10/11/2012
NSU Law Center has been selected by the Legal Writing Institute (LWI) to serve as a host school for the One-Day Workshop on December 7, 2012, from 8:00-4:30 in the Faculty Study of the Law Center. These workshops are held across the country to allow legal writing professors including: adjunct professors, law librarians, and persons interested in entering the field of legal writing, to collaborate and come up with better ways to help prepare today’s law students. This workshop will be interactive and informative, and the Law Center is honored to be among the schools selected as we are committed to preparing practice-ready students.
Topics to be covered in this workshop include: incorporating billing techniques into a first year curriculum, constructing courses that mirror practice, and helping students become better self-editors. The workshop panels will include law professors, law firm partners, and judicial clerks.
The workshop is designed to be of interest to lawyers seeking to become adjunct or full-time professors, new law faculty members, adjunct faculty members, experienced faculty members, law librarians, or any attorney who has a vested interest in preparing students for the practice of law. The cost to participate is $100 for those who pre-register and $125 for walk-in attendees. The fee includes lunch and snacks. CLE credits for Florida lawyers to be determined.
To register, click here.
For any questions, please contact Michele Struffolino at 954-262-6095 or email@example.com.