Members of the Pitt Law Faculty will be among the presenters at the annual meeting of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS), the largest yearly conference for law professors. The conference features professors from around the nation and the world discussing new developments and research in every imaginable field of law.
Among the Pitt Law Faculty selected this year to present talks on their work are:
Professor Deborah Brake, who will present her work at the joint program on Title IX 40th anniversary, Thursday, Jan. 5, from 2 to 5 pm;
Professor Teresa Brostoff, Nancy Burkoff, and Ann Sinsheimer, who will present their work at a panel on "Legal Research an Writing for Non-US Lawyers: What Resources Do Law Schools Need to Provide?" on Saturday, Jan. 7, at 5:30 pm.
Professor Larry Frolik, who chairs the AALS Section on Law and Aging, who will serve as moderator and presenter on a panel entitled "Gaurdianship: Reconsidering the Reality of Reform," Friday, Jan. 6, at 8:30 am;
Professor Haider Hamoudi, who will present his work at the pane on "Comparative Law and the Evolution of Global Norms of Good Gvernance," on Saturday, Jan. 7, from 3:30 to 5:15 pm; and
Professor Rhonda Wasserman, who will discuss her work, "Secret Class Action Settlements" at the Litigation Section meeting on Friday, Jan. 6, from 4:00 to 5:45 pm.
Pitt Law Professor Pat Chew will be active at the conference as part of the AALS leadership; she will participate in meetings of the AALS Executive Council. She will also speak at a special program on the legacy of Pitt Law graduate and former Harvard Law Professor Derrick Bell, and will introduce and moderate the AALS Presidential Plenary Program on "Law School Faculty Demographics and Law School Finance."
Also attending the conference are Professor Jessie Allen, Professor John Burkoff, Dean and Professor of Law Mary Crossley, Professor Jasmine Gonzales Rose, Associate Dean for Research David Harris, and Professor and Director of the Barco Law Library George Pike.
See the Annual Meeting program here.