A Q&A with AALS President Wendy Collins Perdue, Dean, University of Richmond School of Law
AALS President and University of Richmond Law Dean Wendy Perdue discusses key findings from Before the JD.
The following individuals have been nominated: Darby Dickerson, John Marshall Law School for President-Elect, D. Benjamin Barros, University of Toledo College of Law, and L. Song Richardson, University of California, Irvine School of Law.
Two new research reports explore undergraduate views on law school and graduate degrees. The publications contain important findings about the impact of parental education on the decision to consider an advanced degree.
AALS has selected the Section on Alternative Dispute Resolution as its Section of the Year. The annual award recognizes excellence in member support and other activities that promote AALS core values.
AALS caught up with the leadership of the Section on Alternative Dispute Resolution Law to learn more about their activities at the AALS Annual Meeting and to discuss current issues facing the field and those who teach in this area.
Frank Pasquale, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, shares his perspective on the current state of higher education finance policy and suggests that policymakers need to view education as a public good.
Hot topic programs at the AALS Annual Meeting highlight important and timely topics on some of society and law’s most pressing issues.
AALS has announced the winners of the 2019 AALS Scholarly Papers Competition for law school faculty in the field for five years or fewer. The competition’s selection committee recognized the following outstanding papers.
AALS is proud to announce the winners of its 2019 section awards for excellence in legal education. The awards are hosted by several sections of the association organized around various academic disciplines and topics of interest.