Levin College of Law

UF Law Faculty Present Research, Engage with Peers During AALS Annual Meeting

In early January, several members of the UF Law faculty will travel to San Diego for the 2018 Association of American Law Schools Annual Meeting.  The meeting, themed “Access to Justice,” will bring together thousands of law faculty, administrators, law school deans and scholars from around the nation for a three-day event that includes 250 sessions, critical thinking discussions and collaboration opportunities. Dean Laura A. Rosenbury will serve as a co-presenter at the AALS Deans Forum Program, and Professors Mary Jane Angelo, Amy Stein, Danaya Wright, Jeffrey Harrison, Shani King and Nancy Dowd will participate in a number of panel discussions on a variety of leading issues, including food law, energy policy, trusts and estates, and children and the law.

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

1:30-3:15 PM | Agricultural and Food Law

Mary Jane Angelo will present on the panel “Legal and Policy Tools for Dairy in a Changing Climate.”

3:30-5:15 PM | Natural Resources and Energy Law, Co-Sponsored by Environmental Law and State and Local Government Law

Amy L. Stein will moderate the panel “Clean Energy Policies: International, Federal, State, and Local Conflicts, Opportunities, and Constraints.”

Thursday, January 4, 2018

1:30-3:15 PM | Trusts and Estates

Danaya C. Wright, presenter from a Call for Papers, will participate on the panel “Historical and Empirical Evidence and the Law of Trusts and Estates: What Really Happened?”

3:30-4:45 PM | Socio-Economics

Jeffrey L. Harrison will present on the panel “Teaching and Scholarship in a Polarized Society: A Roundtable on Pedagogy for New Law Teachers.”

Friday, January 5, 2018

8:30-10:15 AM | Environmental Law, Co-Sponsored by Natural Resources and Energy Law

Amy L. Stein will present on the panel “The Peril and Potential of Empirical Research for Environmental, Natural Resources, and Energy Law Professors.”

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM | Aging and the Law, Children and the Law, and Family and Juvenile Law Joint Program

Shani King will present on the panel “Keeping Up with the Changing Face of the American Family.”

Saturday, January 6, 2018

10:30 AM – 12:15 PM | Socio-Economics

Jeffrey L. Harrison will present on Socio-Economics and “Law and Economics”

1:30-3:15 PM | Children and the Law

Nancy E. Dowd will present on the panel “Contemporary Legal and Political Change: A Child-Centered Analysis.”

Published: December 20th, 2017

Category: Faculty News, News

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