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Mercer Hosts LWI’s 25th Anniversary Symposium

The Mercer Law Review and the Mercer Law School hosted the 25th anniversary symposium of the Legal Writing Institute in November 2009. Articles from the symposium, The Legal Writing Institute: Celebrating 25 Years of Teaching & Scholarship, are being published at 61 Mercer L. Rev. (2010) and 16 Leg. Writing (2010).

Welcome and Program Overview
Dean Daisy H. Floyd, David T. Ritchie, & Kristin Gerdy

Plenary I: The Historical Perspective
Laurel Currie Oates, Mary Beth Beazley, & Jill J. Ramsfield
Moderated by Mary Garvey Algero

Plenary II: Teaching
M.H. "Sam" Jacobson, Carol McCrehan Parker, & Marilyn R. Walter
Moderated by Robin Boyle

Plenary III: Scholarship
Linda H. Edwards, Terrill Pollman, & Linda Berger
Moderated by Kirsten Davis

Plenary IV: Program Design
Eric B. Easton, Susan Hanley Duncan, and Suzanne E. Rowe
Moderated by Brooke Bowman

Closing Remarks: Kristin Gerdy, Pamela Lysaght, and LWI President Ruth Anne Robbins
 

 

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