Seven members of the UM Carey Law Faculty will discuss everything from teaching transnational law to the future of environmental and natural resources law, January 4 to 7, at the 2013 annual meeting of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS). Participants are drawn from the more than 10,000 faculty members at 176 AALS member law schools.
Highlights of the four-day conference include two panels with Antonin Scalia, associate justice of the US Supreme Court, and a luncheon address by Harold Hongju Koh, legal advisor of the U.S. Department of State, Martin R. Flug ’55 Professor of International Law at Yale and Gerber Lecturer at Maryland Carey Law.
UM Carey Law professors participating in the conference are:
Jane Barrett -- panelist, Forty Years of Environmental and Natural Resources Law—A Retrospective Look, January 7
Douglas Colbert -- moderator, annual Robert Cover workshop; panelist, Access to Justice Roundtable, January 4
Phoebe Haddon -- moderator, plenary session,The Goals of the Standard of Good Practices for the Retention of Minority Law Teachers and Students, January 6
Robert Percival -- panelist, Forty Years of Environmental and Natural Resources Law—A Prospective Look, January 7
William Reynolds -- panelist, Researching and Teaching Transnational Law and Skills in an Increasingly Global World, January 6
Ellen Weber -- panelist,The Times They Are a Changin’: Leveraging Library Services and Resources to Respond to Evolving Faculty Scholarship and Curricular Needs, January 5
Marley Weiss -- panelist,Workers after the Ascendancy of Global Financial Capital, January 4