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UNLVLaw Road Scholars

UNLVLaw Road Scholars

August 2012

July 29-Aug. 1

  Marketa Trimble will attend the 31st Annual Congress of the International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property (ATRIP) at Chicago-Kent College of Law in Chicago, IL.

July 29-Aug. 4

  Ian Bartrum, Linda Berger, Ann McGinley, and Stacey Tovino will attend the Southeastern Association of Law Schools (SEALS) 2012 Annual Conference in Amelia Island, FL. Bartrum will serve as an invited participant in the Junior Faculty Workshop. Berger will serve as a facilitator for the Legal Writing Institute's Writers' Workshop held in conjunction with the conference. McGinley will participate in a discussion group on "Contemporary Issues in Gender and Law" and will speak on "Masculinities Theory Meets Feminist Theory" as part of a "Masculinities, Manliness, and Law" panel. Tovino will present "The Rhetoric of Health Information Confidentiality" as part of a "Health Care, Health Law, and Rhetoric" panel and will discuss the Supreme Court's recent opinion on the Affordable Care Act as part of a "Health Care Reform" panel.
Aug. 2-3   Ngai Pindell will attend the ABA Section of Legal Education Chairperson Dinner and ABA Council meeting in Chicago, IL, in his capacity as Co-President of the Society of American Law Teachers (SALT).
Aug. 2-3   Nancy Rapoport will speak on a variety of ethics issues in bankruptcy law at the Montana Bankruptcy Bar Conference in Big Sky, MT.
Aug. 3-5   Keith Rowley will attend the ABA Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL, in his capacity as Developments Reporter for the Business Law Section's Uniform Commercial Code Committee.
Aug. 6-10   Mary LaFrance will teach U.S. Copyright Law to Japanese law students at Tokai University School of Law in Tokyo, Japan.
Aug. 9  

Nancy Rapoport will speak to the International Law Department of Bridgestone in Chicago, IL, about images of lawyers in popular culture.


Aug. 9-10

  Marketa Trimble will attend the IP Scholars Conference at Stanford Law School in Stanford, CA.
Aug. 10   Ann McGinley will speak at the Master's Program in Labor Law at Adolfo Ibanez University in Santiago de Chile, South America. Entitled "La Ley del Acoso Sexual en los Estados Unidos: Historia, Problemas de Interpretacion y unos Propositos," McGinley's talk will be given in Spanish and will address sexual harassment in U.S. Labor and Employment law.

Aug. 10-12

  Sara Gordon and Rebecca Scharf will attend the Second Annual Western Regional Legal Writing Conference at the University of Oregon School of Law in Eugene, OR. Scharf will present her paper entitled, "Child Support: Whose Money Is It Anyway?" as part of the Conference's Association of Legal Writing Directors (ALWD) Scholars' Forum/Workshop.
Aug. 13-16   Nancy Rapoport will attend the Ninth Circuit Judicial Conference in Maui, HI, where she will participate in a Bench/Bar Program entitled, "Legal Ethics and the Perception of Clients and Litigants."