Workshop: Writing Workshop for Black Male Law Professors

March 21, 2016 at 6:19 pm Leave a comment

The University of Miami School of Law hosts the Seventh John Mercer Langston Writing Workshop from July 7-10, 2016. The workshop “is intended for tenured or tenure-track black male legal academicians wishing to present a substantial preliminary draft of their scholarship in a supportive environment. Past presenters have successfully placed their work in well-regarded law journals.”

There are 12 spaces for works-in-progress that will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Those wishing to present a work-in-progress should send a detailed abstract of no more than four pages to Bret Asbury ( and Mario Barnes ( The cut-off date for receipt of abstracts is Friday, April 1, 2016. Those wishing to serve as commentators on papers should notify Professors Asbury and Barnes by the same date.

Click here for more information and click here to register.

Topics: Legal Writing.


Entry filed under: Legal Writing.

Symposium: Professional Leadership Education Symposium: George Washington Law School Symposium on Intellectual Property

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