Pitt Law hosts Feminist Law Teachers Conference
THE DELAWARE VALLEY, PENNSYLVANIA, OHIO, AND WEST VIRGINIA
FEMINIST LAW TEACHERS
The Fifteenth Annual CLE Conference
Update for Feminist Law Professors
Saturday, February 2, 2008
8:30-8:55 Registration, Coffee and Donuts
8:55-9:00 Introduction, Marina Angel, Temple University
9:00-10:00 Vernellia Randall, Dayton, & Tshaka Randall, Widener-Harrisburg, The Coming End to the Reproductive Right Debate
10:00-12:00 Browne Lewis, Pitt, Parental Obligations for Artificially Created Children
Rona Kaufman Kitchen, Temple, The Mommy Trap: FMLA & The Dependent Mother
Rhonda Wasserman, Pitt, Interstate Recognition of Adoptions by Gays & Lesbians
1:00-2:00 Pat Chew, Pitt, Subtly Sexist Language
2:00-3:00 Marina Angel, Temple, Bad Cases Make for Bad Casebooks, Bad Teaching, & Bad Learning
3:00-4:00 Carrie Griffin Basas, Penn State-Dickinson, Women with Disabilities and the Practice of Law
This CLE is targeted primarily for full-time and adjunct feminist law school professors. Registration is limited to 30. Approved by the Pennsylvania Continuing Legal Education Board for five (5) hours of substantive law, practice and procedure CLE credit and one (1) hour for ethics CLE credit.
Complete the attached form and forward to Marina Angel by fax to 215-204-1185 or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
There is no charge for this conference unless you desire CLE credit. If you desire CLE credit, fax or e-mail the
registration form now and bring a check for $1.50 per CLE credit to the Conference.
If you come in early on Friday, Feb. 1,
- make your own reservation at University Place Holiday Inn, 100 Lytton Ave., Pittsburgh.
Ask for "The Delaware Valley Feminist Conference" Rate by January 11, $114, tele. 412-682-6200
- 6 PM pre-conference "pay your own way" dinner on Feb. 1. Notify Marina.Angel@temple.edu if you plan to attend.
For additional information, contact Deborah Brake at email@example.com or (412) 648-2655