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March 3, 2020

Soliciting ideas (and seeking new voices) for Criminal Justice panels at the AALS Annual Meeting

Cara Drinan, who is now serving as Secretary of the Association of American Law School's Criminal Justice Section, asked if I would post the following "AALS Criminal Justice Section 2021 Call for Panel Proposals."  I am very happy to do so:

On behalf of the Executive Committee of the AALS Criminal Justice Section, I invite you to submit panel abstracts for consideration for our 2021 AALS Annual Meeting program in San Francisco (Jan. 5 - Jan. 9). As in previous years, we anticipate organizing two panels, as well as a session on pedagogy.

As part of our ongoing efforts to expand the topics addressed by our section and to engage more members, we are especially interested in considering panel proposals that are innovative and include new voices.  Attached [below] is a document listing topics and speakers at recent AALS gatherings that you may wish to consider as you formulate your proposal.

To submit a proposal, please email me ( drinan @ law.edu ) a short description of the proposed panel and a list of proposed speakers. We will issue a call for participation and determine the final speakers after topics are selected.

Proposals are due by Friday, March 20.  We look forward to receiving your submissions!

Download AALS List of Past CJS Panels as of 2020

March 3, 2020 at 11:55 AM | Permalink


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