The school year is winding down. If you put off planning for the summer until you could catch your breath, now is the time. Consider this: Attending Emory Law School’s conference on the teaching of transactional law and skills on June 1 and 2 would be a great way to kick off the summer!
Focused on fostering excellence, we’ll welcome Dean Michael Hunter Schwartz, whose keynote address on “Joy and Innovation in the Teaching of Transactional Law and Skills” is bound to energize us all. Since the proposals are all in, you don’t have to do any work; you can come and be one of those most appreciated people –active listeners and happy participants.
Information about registering for the conference is available here. Please join us in Atlanta, where we’ll be celebrating all of our contributions to the field we love and paying special tribute to the first winner of the inaugural Tina L. Stark Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Transactional Law and Skills. We look forward to welcoming you to Atlanta in June.
William and Jane Carney Professor of Transactional Law and Practice
Center for Transactional Law and Practice
Emory University School of Law