|Teaching Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Law Workshop Application|
Thank you for your interest in Teaching Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and the Law: A Roundtable Discussion, presented on August 23 at the Lavender Law Conference & Career Fair. This workshop is intended for individuals who teach, have taught, or will teach Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity courses in law school or undergraduate settings.
The workshop will be structured as an informal, facilitated discussion in which participants can share ideas about teaching-related topics. Topics will be participant-generated, but will likely include: 1) overall course structure and philosophy, 2) the use of textbooks versus other reading materials, and 3) how to meet the challenge of keeping pace with doctrinal developments while maintaining a predictable course arc.
The workshop welcomes faculty regardless of tenurial status, and especially invites adjuncts to join our discussion.
Please complete the following application and an organizer will be in touch with you soon.
Note: You must be currently teaching or planning on teaching a class on sexual orientation, gender identity and the law in order to participate in this workshop.
8/21/2014 » 8/23/2014
Lavender Law 2014