The faculty of W&L Law are well represented at this year’s annual academic conference hosted by the Association of American Law Schools (AALS). The conference runs January 5-9 and is being held virtually for the second year in a row due to the ongoing pandemic.
Below are the session topics and dates for W&L faculty presenting at the conference:
- J.D. King – Critical Evidence Reform: How do we change prior commitment impeachment in the U.S.?
- Cary Shelby – Roundtable Discussion of Minda Hart’s Right Within: How to Heal from Racial Trauma in the Workplace
- Kish Parella – New Voices in Business Law
- Karen Woody – A Very Online Economy: Meme Trading, Bitcoin, and the Crisis of Trust and Value(s)
- Jill Fraley – Stuff You’ll Want to Steal: Ideas for Teaching about Race, Class, and Indigenous Peoples in Property
- Cary Shelby – Equity and Access in Securities Markets
- Carla Laroche – New Voices in Criminal Justice
In addition, law librarian Franklin Runge will be recognized as W&L Law’s Teacher of the Year, as selected by students prior to the graduation of the Class of 2021. A full conference schedule is available online.