Session Materials - Annual Meeting

January 5, 2022

AALS Award CeremonyHonoring AALS Triennial Award for Lifetime Service to Legal Education and the Law, Scholarly Paper Winners, Section Award Winners, and Teachers of the Year
Courtney M. Cox, Fordham University School of Law – Legitimizing Lies
Talia B. Gillis, Columbia Law School – The Input Fallacy
Nicholas Serafin, Santa Clara University School of Law – Redefining the Badges of Slavery

January 6, 2022

AALS Site Evaluation Workshop
Handout: 2022 Site Evaluation Workshop Handout

Law in the Americas, Co-Sponsored by Comparative LawInternational and Comparative Legal Research
Barbara Bavis, Law Library of Congress
Handout: Law Library

International Human Rights, Co-Sponsored by International LawNew Voices in Human Rights
Mara Redlich Revkin, Georgetown University Law Center
Paper: No Peace Without Punishment? Reintegrating Islamic State “Collaborators” in Iraq

Institutional AdvancementWomen in the Law and Philanthropy
Jeannie Sager, The Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy
Handout: Research that Grows Women’s Philanthropy

January 7, 2022

Academic Support and Technology, Law and Legal Education Joint Program, Co-Sponsored by Pre-Law Education and Admission to Law SchoolPanel 1: Leveraging Technology to Increase Student Engagement in Online Courses
Martha M. Ertmann, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
Powerpoint: Teaching Lecture Videos
Powerpoint: Powerpoint
Handout: Quiz for LV2I Mirror Image Rule

Academic Support and Technology Law and Legal Education Joint Program, Co-Sponsored by Pre-Law Education and Admission to Law SchoolPanel 1: Leveraging Technology to Increase Student Engagement in Online Courses
Charles R. Calleros, Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
Handout: Preparing and Writing to Win
Powerpoint:Engagement in ASP in Trying Times Leveraging Zoom w/ Solid Programming

Property Law, Co-Sponsored by State and Local Government LawRegulatory Takings at 100
David L. Callies, University of Hawaii William S. Richardson School of Law
Paper: Regulatory Taking, Ripeness, and Categorical Takings after Lucas

Deans Forum Diversity BreakoutDiscussions and Training on Cultural Competency
Barbara Glesner-Fines, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law
Powerpoint: Discussions and Trainings on Cultural Competency

Immigration Law New Voices in Immigration Law
Kit Johnson, University of Oklahoma College of Law
Paper: ICE Transfers as a Dimension of immigration Detention
Paper:Secret Law at the Board of Immigration Appeals

Global Engagement, Co-Sponsored by Post-Graduate Legal Education Increasing Global Engagement at U.S. Law Schools
Fernando Villarreal-Gonda, Facultad Libre de Derecho de Monterrey
Paper: Empirical Research: Why Enroll in a U.S. L.L.M. Program

January 8, 2022

AALS Workshop for Pretenured Law School Teachers of Color Session One: On Being an “Other” in the Classroom, Law School, and University
Carmen G. Gonzalez, Loyal University Chicago
Paper: Presumed Incompetent – The Intersections of Race and Class for Women in Academia
Handout: Presumed Incompetent 2 – Race, Class, Power, and Resistance of Women in Academia
Paper: Women of Color in Legal Education – Challenging the Presumption of Incompetence

Securities Regulation, Co-Sponsored by Agency, Partnership, LLC’s and Unincorporated, Business Associations, and Financial Institutions and Consumer Financial ServicesEquity and Access in Securities Markets
Yuliya Guseva, Rutgers Law School
Paper: When the Means undermine the End: The Leviathan of Securities Law and Enforcement in Digital-Asset Markets

Family and Juvenile LawThe Future of Family and Law
Yvonne Lindgren, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law
Paper: Baby M, Motherhood, Fatherhood, & the Emerging Antiabortion Strategy
Caroline Rogus, The George Washington University Law School
Paper: Forms Follow Function? Individualism, Family Law, and the Role of Government Documents

Litigation, Co-Sponsored by Election Law and Professional Responsibility – Litigation Conduct and Pushing the Envelope: Impact or Abuse?
Matthew A. Shapiro, Rutgers Law School
Paper: Procedural Wrongdoing

Securities RegulationSecurities Regulation Works in Progress Session
James Fallows Tierney, University of Nebraska College of Law
Paper: Gamification and Securities Regulation

January 9, 2022

Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation, Co-Sponsored by Poverty LawThe Future of Social Security Nancy J. Altman, Social Security Works
Presentation: Expanding Social Security: Next Steps in the Quest for Social Security

Internet and Computer LawAlgorithms in the Academy: Surveillance, Evaluation, and Risk Assessment at Universities
Shaanan Cohney, University of Melbourne
Paper: Watching the Watchers: Bias and Vulnerability in Remote Proctoring Software

Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation, Co-Sponsored by Aging and the Law and Poverty LawSocial Security: Looking Backwards and Looking Forward
Eugene Steuerle, Urban Institute
Presentation: Social Security: Looking Backwards and Looking Forward