2019 AALS President and Harvard Law Professor Vicki Jackson discusses her theme, Pillars of Democracy.
AALS measured for the third consecutive year how much law schools contribute to the delivery of much-needed legal services through clinics, other experiential courses, and pro bono activities of law students.
AALS Executive Director Judith Areen delivered her annual report on association activities to the House of Representatives during the 2019 Annual Meeting.
New Orleans’ vibrant atmosphere was host to more than 2,400 law faculty, deans, professional staff, and exhibitors who gathered January 2-6 at the 2019 AALS Annual Meeting.
A new schedule, new session formats, and more opportunities to exchange ideas.
The Section on Institutional Advancement provides informational exchange and professional development among law school administrators and faculty involved in alumni relations, communications, development, external affairs, government relations, and public relations.
AALS is seeking a tenured member of the faculty at an AALS member school to serve as Associate Director, beginning in the summer of 2019 when Professor Sean Scott finishes her term. She leaves the Association in a much stronger position thanks to her hard work, good judgment, and vision.
Thoughtful and effective volunteers are a vital element in the work of AALS, much of which is accomplished by a diverse group of committees organized around a wide range of issues in legal education.
The Nominating Committee for 2020 would very much appreciate your help in identifying strong candidates for President-Elect of the Association and for two open positions on the Executive Committee (three-year terms).
The newest issue of the Journal of Legal Education responds to the relationship between American legal education and globalization and internationalism, through an examination of international and comparative law.
Want to be a speaker at the AALS Annual Meeting? The Arc of Career and Program Committees have requested program proposals for Arc of Career professional development sessions and a variety of session types categorized under “open source” programs.