Session Materials – Annual Meeting

Materials from Annual Meeting sessions will be available here before and after the meeting. If you are interested in materials for specific sessions, check back regularly.


Submit your presentation/materials for posting via our online submission form any time prior to the start of the meeting or until February 15, 2019. PDF files are preferable, and all files must be accessible. Microsoft offers instructions on how to do this for Microsoft Office files and Adobe provides accessibility directions for PDF documents.


Open Source Program
Energy Justice and the Green Energy Transition

Elizabeth Kronk Warner, University of Kansas School of Law
Paper: Energy Justice: Frameworks for Energy Law and Policy

Section on Administrative Law
New Voices in Administrative Law

Ilan Wurman, Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
Paper: The Specification Power

Section on Constitutional Law
100 Years of Incitement

Paul BaierLouisiana State University, Paul M. Hebert Law Center
Script: Act III: “Father Chief Justice”

Section on Defamation and Privacy
Co-Sponsored by Jurisprudence, Mass Communication Law, and Torts and Compensation Systems
Substantive Issues in Privacy and Defamation in the Internet Age: Prospects for Civil Recovery

Robert PostYale Law School
Paper: Data Privacy and Dignitary Privacy: Google Spain, the Right To Be Forgotten, and the Construction of the Public Sphere

Section on Empirical Study of Legal Education and the Legal Profession and Academic Support Joint Program
Circling the Square: Fresh Partnerships to Understand Student Learning through Empirical Studies

Andrea Curcio, Georgia State University College of Law
Paper: Bar exam risk and plus factors from admissions through the bar exam study period

Section on European Law
Works-in-Progress Panel (in conjunction with ELFA)

John Morijn, New York University School of Law
Paper: Responding to populist politics at EU level: Regulation 2018/673 and beyond

Section on Human Rights and International Law
New Voices in Human Rights and International Law

Sara OchsElon University School of Law
Paper: In Need of Prosecution: The Role of Personal Jurisdiction in the Khmer Rouge Tribunal
Presentation: In Need of Prosecution: The Role of Personal Jurisdiction in the Khmer Rouge Tribunal 

Section on Property Law
Property Law: Works in Progress

Christopher Odinet, University of Oklahoma College of Law
Paper: Data as Property

Section on Torts & Compensation Systems
Co-Sponsored by Law, Medicine, and Health Care
Tort Law and Health Law: Intersections and Opportunities

Elizabeth Weeks, University of Georgia School of Law
Paper: What Is (And Isn’t) Healthism?
Mark Rothstein, University of Louisville, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law
Presentation: Health Care Provider Liability for Failure to Warn a Patient’s Genetically At-Risk Relatives

Section on Socio-Economics
Gender, Race, and Competition in the New Economy

June Carbone, University of Minnesota Law School
Naomi Cahn, The George Washington University Law School
Presentation: Women, Rule-Breaking, and the Triple Bind

Section on Student Services
Building Institutional Bridges to Form a Stronger Path to Student Services

David Jaffe, American University, Washington College of Law
Article: The Key to Law Student Well-Being? We Have to Love Our Law Students 
Report: The Path to Lawyer Well-Being: Practical Recommendations For Positive Change