Session Materials - Annual Meeting

AALS Arc of Career Program

The Experiential Sabbatical: How a Semester in Practice Can Reignite Your Career and Inspire Your Students

Katherine Vukadin, South Texas College of Law Houston
Presentation:  aals experiential sabbatical proposal template
Presentation:  arc of career panel bibliography
Presentation:  arc of career panel timeline

AALS Discussion Group

Discussing Polarizing Topics in a Polarizing Time: Why Can’t We All Just Get Along?

Jeffrey Baker, Pepperdine University, Rick J. Caruso School of Law
Presentation:  OPEN CONVERSATIONS: BUILDING CULTURE, DEVELOPING DISCOURSE, NURTURING DEMOCRACY

Understanding Professional Identity Formation and Integrating Professional Identity Formation into the Required Curriculum

Debra Moss Vollweiler, Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law
Presentation:  “Using Evidence-Based Decision Making to Make Room for Professional Identity Education”

From Scholarship to Impact: Breaking Out of the Ivory Tower at the Speed of Tech

Michele Pistone, Villanova University Charles Widger School of Law
Presentation:  “From Scholarship to Impact: Breaking Out of the Ivory Tower at the Speed of Tech Session”

Leveling the Playing Fields in Legal Education & Legal Services Through Generative AI

Michael Murray , University of Kentucky J. David Rosenberg College of Law
Presentation:  Leveling the Playing Field in Legal Education & Legal Services Through Generative AI

AALS Hot Topic

A Pathway Forward: Pipeline Programs as Key Responses to the Elimination of Affirmative Action in Admissions: A Tool for Law Schools to Shape Democracy

Laura Rothstein, University of Louisville, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law
Presentation:  “A Pathway Forward”

Amy Wallace, New York Law School
Presentation:  “A Pathway Forward”

AALS Open Source Program

How Do We Teach the Rule of Law? Making the Rule of Law an Essential Dimension of Law School Education

William Hubbard, University of South Carolina School of Law
Presentation:  “Speaker Bios”
Presentation:  How Can Law School Teach the Rule of Law?”
Presentation:  US Rule of Law Resources?”

AALS Workshop for Pretenured Law School Teachers of Color

Session One: On Being an “Other” in the Classroom, Law School, and University

Robert Chang, Seattle University School of Law
Paper:   “MAKING UP IS HARD TO DO: RACE/GENDER/SEXUAL ORIENTATION IN THE LAW SCHOOL CLASSROOM”

National Conference of Bar Examiners Program

Drafting the NextGen Bar Exam

Sophie Martin, National Conference of Bar Examiners
Presentation:  Drafting the NextGen Bar Exam

NextGen Bar Exam Update

Sophie Martin, National Conference of Bar Examiners
Presentation:  The NextGen Bar Exam Update for Legal Educators

Section on Africa

Redefining Investment Dynamics: Africa’s Influence on Evolving Landscape of ISDS and the AfCFTA Investment Protocol

Ansel Kebede Brown, North Carolina Central University School of Law
Presentation:  Establishing an Integrated Judiciary to Facilitate the African Continental Free Trade Area

Section on Associate Deans for Academic Affairs and Research

Academic Integrity and Technology: What to Do About AI

Rosa Castello, St. John’s University School of Law
Presentation:  Faculty & AI

Section on Art Law

Authenticating Art

Herbert Lazerow, University of San Diego School of Law
Presentation:  Authentication Problem: Stevens and Cooper

Amy Adler, New York University School of Law
Presentation:  ARTIFICIAL AUTHENTICITY

Section on Associate Deans for Academic Affairs and Research

Academic Integrity and Technology: What to Do About AI

Jennifer Wondracek, Capital University Law School
Presentation:  Administrative Role in Using and Limiting Generative AI

Section on Civil Procedure

Rule 24: The Power and Politics of Intervention

Monica Haymond, Harvard Law School
Presentation: Pipeline Programs as Response to the Elimination of Affirmative Action in Admissions

Section on Clinical Legal Education

Clinical Legal Education Section Works-in-Progress

Peter Meyers, The George Washington University Law School
Presentation: Integrating Fictional Narratives into Clinical Education Curricula

Clinical Legal Education Section Works-in-Progress

Jaclyn Kelley-Widmer, Cornell Law School
Presentation: the unfulfilled right to access to counsel for detained immigrants

Section on Community Economic Development and State and Local Government Law Joint Program

State and Local Government Responses to Population Changes

David Park, National League of Cities
Presentation: Weather, Water, & Population Change

Section on Constitutional Law

The Many Voices of Constitutional Law

Charles Tyler, The George Washington University Law School
Presentation: CONSTITUTIONAL GENEALOGY

Section on Criminal Procedure

The Future of Miranda in the Roberts Court

Eve Primus, The University of Michigan Law School
Presentation: THE STATE OF CONFESSION LAW AFTER MIRANDA’S DEMISE

Criminal Procedure Section Works-in-Progress

Tonja Jacobi, Emory University School of Law
Presentation: Katz’s Imperfect Circle: An Empirical Study of Reasonable Expectations of Privacy

Section on Criminal Procedure

The Future of Miranda in the Roberts Court

Eve Primus, The University of Michigan Law School
Presentation: THE STATE OF CONFESSION LAW AFTER MIRANDA’S DEMISE

Section on Disability Law

Policing and Surveillance of People with Disabilities

Nicole Tuchinda, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
Presentation: DISPROPORTIONATE POLICING, SURVEILLANCE, AND SCHOOL BRUTALITY UPON CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES

Section on Empirical Study of Legal Education and the Legal Profession

Professional Identity in the Legal Academy

Carolyn Larmore, Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law
Presentation: First Gen Students

Carolyn Larmore, Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law
Presentation: FIRST-GEN IN THE FIELD

Empirical Study of Legal Education and the Legal Profession Section Works-in-Progress Incubator

Benjamin Pyle, Boston University School of Law
Presentation: MEASURING LAWYER MENTAL ILLNESS: EVIDENCE FROM TWO NATIONAL SURVEYS

Professional Identity in the Legal Academy

Megan Bess, University of Illinois Chicago School of Law
Presentation: Professional Identity Formation in Transitions: Externship Pedagogy as a Tool
Presentation: Empirical Program Handout

Big Money Unleashed: Author-Meets-Reader with Ann Southworth

Susan Carle, American University, Washington College of Law
Presentation: Big Money Unleashed

Section on Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation

Emerging Issues in Retirement Equity

Samantha Prince, The Pennsylvania State University – Dickinson Law
Presentation: Megacompany Employee Churn Meets 401(k) Vesting Schedules: A Sabotage on Workers’ Retirement Wealth

Section on Financial Regulation

Financial Regulation Under Stress

Morgan Ricks, Vanderbilt University Law School
Presentation: “Rebuilding Banking Law”

Section on European Law

New Scholarship in EU Law

Tracy Kaye, Seton Hall University School of Law
Presentation: AALS experiential sabbatical proposal template

EU Fiscal Federalism and the U.S. Perspective

Tracy Kaye, Seton Hall University School of Law
Presentation: EU tax principles

EU Fiscal Federalism and the U.S. Perspective

Kim Lane Scheppele, Princeton University
Presentation: Money for Nothing aals Notes

Section on Immigration Law

New Voices in Immigration Law

Matthew Boaz, Washington and Lee University School of Law
Presentation: THE MIGRATION OF ABOLITION THEORY

Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning, and Research

The AI Era: Leveraging LLMs to Improve the Lawyers Craft

Michael Murray, University of Kentucky J. David Rosenberg College of Law
Presentation: THE AI ERA: LEVERAGING LLMS TO IMPROVE THE LAWYERS’ CRAFT

Section on Internet and Computer Law

Law and Technology Section Works-in-Progress

Hofit Wasserman Rozen, Tel Aviv University
Presentation: LOST IN TRANSLATION: THE LIMITS OF EXPLAINABILITY IN AI

Law and Technology Section Works-in-Progress

Nick Nugent, University of Tennessee College of Law
Presentation: THE UNPROPERTIED INTERNET

Section on Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property Emerging Scholars Panel

Patricia Judd, Washburn University School of Law
Presentation: PROGRESSIVE COPYRIGHT THEORY

Section on Law School Administration and Finance

Panel 2: Administration & Finance Bootcamp

Jeff Dobbins, Willamette University College of Law
Presentation: LOOKING BEFORE YOU LEAP: THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE BECOMING AN ASSOCIATE DEAN FOR ACADEMIC AFFAIRS

Section on Law and the Humanities

Democracy and the Threat of Fascism

Kim Lane Scheppele, Princeton University
Presentation: Destroying Democracy by Law

Section on Law and Sports

Law and Sports Section Works-in-Progress

Ariel Dulitzky, The University of Texas School of Law
Presentation: Global Constitutionalization and Eurocentric Adjudication: The case of human rights in sports law

Section on Legislation & Law of the Political Process

Legislation, Governance, and Democratic Fragility

Richard Pildes, New York University School of Law
Presentation: Neglected Value

Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning, and Research

The AI Era: Leveraging Large Language Models to Improve the Lawyer’s Craft

Ivy Grey, WordRake
Presentation: Balancing Ethics, Inclusion, and Innovation: Preparing Future Lawyers for the Age of AI

Section on Minority Groups

Democracy in Crisis: A Pedagogical Response in the Legal Academy

Doron Samuel-Siegel, The University of Richmond School of Law
Presentation: Democracy in Crisis: A Pedagogical Response in the Legal Academy

Section on Natural Resources and Energy Law

Natural Resources and Energy Law, Co-Sponsored by Agricultural and Food Law, Animal Law, and Environmental Law Section Works-in-Progress

Kamaile Turcan, University of Hawaii, William S. Richardson School of Law
Presentation: “MAJOR QUESTIONS” ABOUT PREEMPTION: FAREWELL TO FEDERAL SUPREMACY?”

Natural Resources and Energy Law, Co-Sponsored by Agricultural and Food Law, Animal Law, and Environmental Law Section Works-in-Progress

Sean Lyness, New England Law | Boston
Presentation: Entrusting Groundwater

Natural Resources and Energy Law, Co-Sponsored by Agricultural and Food Law, Animal Law, and Environmental Law Section Works-in-Progress

Gabriel Weil, Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
Presentation: Climate Nationalism

Natural Resources and Energy Law, Co-Sponsored by Agricultural and Food Law, Animal Law, and Environmental Law Section Works-in-Progress

Jon Mueller, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
Presentation: The Last 40 Years of Chesapeake Bay Restoration: The Definition of Insanity

Super-Wicked Problems: Managing Natural Resources Across Institutions and Scales

Sarah Light, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Legal Studies and Business Ethics Department
Presentation: Insuring Nature

Section on New Law Professors

Designing Our Teaching to Support All Students

Debra Moss Vollweiler, Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law
Presentation: Avoiding DOOM (Didn’t Organize, Only Moved) in the Classroom: Three Tiny Tips

Doron Samuel-Siegel, The University of Richmond School of Law
Presentation: Stereotype Threat & Strategies for Minimizing its Impacts

Kristen Wolff, The University of Michigan Law School
Presentation: Supporting All Students in the Era of Generative AI_Wolff.pdf

Section on Nonprofit and Philanthropy Law

Recent Scholarship in Nonprofit & Philanthropy Law

Darryll Jones, Florida A&M University College of Law
Presentation: AI and Tax Exemptions

Section on Professional Responsibility

The Duties of Lawyers to Constitutional Governance Justice

Stephen Gillers, New York University School of Law
Presentation: Because they are lawyers first

New Voices in Professional Responsibility

Pam Jenoff, Rutgers Law School
Presentation: THE DEGREE OF HARM: TOWARD A COGENT FRAUD EXCEPTION TO CLIENT CONFIDENTIALITY

Summer Chandler, Louisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center
Presentation: Liking, Linking, and Tweeting

Section on Poverty Law

Part II: Poverty Law Scholars

Shirley Lin, Brooklyn Law School
Presentation: Race, Solidarity, and Commerce: Work Law as Privatized Public Law

Poverty Law, Co-Sponsored by Clinical Legal Education, Critical Theories, Pro-Bono & Access to Justice, Property Law, and Women in Legal Education: Part I: New Voices in Poverty Law

Aissatou Barry, Brooklyn Law School
Presentation: rehabing tenants rights aals slide

Poverty Law, Co-Sponsored by Clinical Legal Education, Critical Theories, Pro-Bono & Access to Justice, Property Law, and Women in Legal Education – Part I: New Voices in Poverty Law

Carrie Floyd, The University of Michigan Law School
Presentation: New Tech, Old Problem: The Rise of Virtual Rentto-Own (VirTO) Agreements

Section on Property Law and Real Estate Transactions Joint Program

Corporate Acquisition of Rental Housing & Public Policy Responses

Nadiyah Humber, University of Connecticut School of Law
Presentation: NSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS & TENANTS

Section on Socio-Economics

History of Capitalism

June Carbone, University of Minnesota Law School
Presentation: The American Family: Human Capital Investment as a Counterpoint to the Ages of Capitalism

Section on Remedies

Teaching Remedies in Contentious Times

Terrence Cain, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law
Presentation: REMEDIES: A GUIDE FOR THE PERPLEXED

Section on Teaching Methods

Using Netflix to Teach Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Paige Kohn, Capital University Law School
Presentation: Using Netflix to Teach Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Seeing Allred

Inclusivity in Assessment

Chelsea Baldwin, Washburn University School of Law
Presentation: “Accessibility in assessment

Inclusivity in Assessment

Allison Martin, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
Presentation: “What Is Inclusive Language?”

Section Technology, Law and Legal Education

AI & Jurisprudence: Challenges, Risks & Opportunities

Gerald Postema, University of North Carolina School of Law
Presentation: “AI in Law or AI in the Place of Law”

Innovations in Technology Across the Curriculum: Ideas, Implementations, Opportunities for Change

Jessica de Perio Wittman, University of Connecticut School of Law
Presentation: “Innovations in Technology Across the Curriculum: Ideas, Implementations, Opportunities for Change”

AI Bill of Rights: Emerging Issues in AI Regulation

Marc Rotenberg, Georgetown University Law Center
Presentation: “The Law of Arti!cial Intelligence and the Protection of Fundamental Rights: The Role of the ELI Guiding Principles”

Section Technology, Law and Legal Education

AI & Jurisprudence: Challenges, Risks & Opportunities

Gerald Postema, University of North Carolina School of Law
Presentation: “AI in Law or AI in the Place of Law”

Section on Torts and Compensation Systems

Liability for Gun Violence

Alinor Sterling, Koskoff Koskoff & Beider
Presentation: “REPRESENTING VICTIMS OF MASS SHOOTINGS”

Section on Scholarship

New Voices on Methods of Defending Democracy Research and Scholarship

Bruce Ledewitz, Thomas R. Kline School of Law of Duquesne University
Presentation: “Two Ways Law Professors Can Defend American Democracy”

Section on Securities Regulation

Securities Regulation Section Works-in-Progress

James Tierney, Chicago-Kent College of Law, Illinois Institute of Technology
Presentation: The stock exchange rulemaking firehose: A law-as-data approach

Section on Student Services

The Pandemics Eras Impact on Law Students, the Classroom, and the Legal Academy

Andrew Realon, The George Washington University Law School
Presentation: How American Law Students Experienced Virtual Classroom Instruction During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Section on Student Services

The Pandemics Eras Impact on Law Students, the Classroom, and the Legal Academy

Andrew Realon, The George Washington University Law School
Presentation: How American Law Students Experienced Virtual Classroom Instruction During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Corbin Evans, American Psychological Association
Presentation: State of Student Mental Health

Section on Transactional Law and Skills

Experiential Exercises for Business & Transactional Courses

Naveen Thomas, Brooklyn Law School
Presentation: Decision Tree

Section on Women in Legal Education

Feminism, the Development of Professional Identity, and Implementing Standard 303(b)

Debra Moss Vollweiler, Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad College of Law
Presentation: No Difficulty Holding Both Logic and Feeling: Can the Barbie Movie Help with Women’s Professional Identity Education?