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Speakers and workshop leaders may choose to submit presentation materials and handouts in preparation for the conference, or as supplemental materials post-conference. Access all submitted materials here, and check back—files may be added through June 1. You do not need to have purchased a conference registration to access these files.

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Clinical 2018 speakers: Submit your materials, preferably in PDF format, at your convenience. You may continue to submit materials after the conference through June 1.

Workshop for New Law School Clinical Teachers Materials

Plenary: Clinical Teaching and the Clinic Seminar

Deborah Epstein, Georgetown University Law Center
Presentation: Designing a Clinic Seminar Class

New Clinicians Workshop on Scholarship

Michele Estrin Gilman, University of Baltimore School of Law
Jane K. Stoever
, University of California, Irvine School of Law
Handout: Resources for Writing and Publishing

Clinical Conference Materials

Plenary II: Identifying and Pursuing Interest Convergence Strategies in the Representation of Our Clients and the Pursuit of Building Community

Priya Baskaran, West Virginia University College of Law
Elizabeth B. Cooper, Fordham University School of Law
Stacey-Rae Simcox, Stetson University College of Law
Presentation: Identifying and Pursuing Interest Convergence
Article: Brown v. Board of Education and the Interest-Convergence Dilemma
Article: The Problem of Othering: Towards Inclusiveness and Belonging
Article: (Sub)Urban Poverty and Regional Interest Convergence
Article: The Curb-Cut Effect
Handout: Communications Toolkit 
Handout: Seminar Goals

Applying the Benefits of Reflection, Evaluation, and Assessment to Develop Cultural Competence in Clinics and Externships with an International Learning Context 

Briana Beltran, Cornell Law School
Gillian Dutton,
Seattle University School of Law
Ron S. Hochbaum,
Loyola University Chicago School of Law
Anna W. Nicol,
University of Michigan Law School
Presentation
Handout: Legal Writing, Skills, and Values
Handout: 26 Lawyering Effectiveness Factors (Skills) Inventory
Handout: Learning Outcomes

Excuse Me: Teaching Interrupting Bias as a Lawyering Skill 

Stacy Brustin, The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law
Anne Gordon, Duke University School of Law
Michelle Greenberg-Kobrin, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Latonia Haney Keith, Concordia University School of Law
Kathryn Ramsey, The George Washington University Law School
Margaret E. Reuter, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law
Meredith Schnug, University of Kansas School of Law
Presentation
Handout: Speaking Up Activity
Handout: Potential Responses
Handout: Interrupting Microaggressions

Go Full Circle: Creating a Comprehensive Curriculum around Law Student Well-Being in Clinics and Externships 

Tracye Edwards, Drexel University, Thomas R. Kline School of Law
Anne Gordon, Duke University School of Law
Deeya Haldar, Drexel University, Thomas R. Kline School of Law
Sarah Katz, Temple University, James E. Beasley School of Law
Inga N. Laurent, Gonzaga University School of Law
Amy Sankaran, The University of Michigan Law School
Presentation
Handout: Larry’s Conference Assignment
Handout: “Happiness” Course Plan
Handout: The Two Kinds of Stories We Tell About Ourselves

How Does the Clinician Say Goodbye?

Jean Koh Peters, Yale Law School
Presentation

Immigrant Rights Advocacy in the Age of Trump: Centering Community Organizations in the Clinical Setting

Nermeen Arastu, City University School of Law
Peter Markowitz
, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
Talia Peleg
, City University School of Law
Jessica Rofé
, New York University School of Law
Article: Its About PowerNot PolicyMovement Lawyering for LargeScale Social Change
Article: Reflections of Community Organizers: Lawyering for Empowerment of Community Organizations

Interdisciplinary Experiences from Clinic to the Classroom: Easier Than You Think

Amy G. Applegate, Indiana University Maurer School of Law
Toby Treem Guerin, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law
Negar Katirai
, The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law
Erin A. Lowry
, The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law
Corey Shdaimah
, University of Maryland School of Social Work
Presentation
Handout: Arizona Client Questionnaire Pre-Test
Handout: Arizona Client Questionnaire Post-Test
Handout: Arizona Commitment to Professionalism
Handout: Arizona Informed Consent for Social Workers 
Handout: Interprofessional Policy Exercise Facilitator’s Guide
Handout: Maryland Fiscal and Policy Note for House Bill 519
Handout: Maryland Spring 2018 Interprofessional Policy Initiative
Article: Child-Informed Mediation Study Follow-Up: Comparing the Frequency of Relitigation Following Different Types of Family Mediation
Article: Detecting Intimate Partner Violence in Family and Divorce Mediation
Article: Detection of Intimate Partner Violence and Recommendation for Joint Family Mediation: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Two Screening Measures
Article: Mediator’s Assessment of Safety Issues and Concerns (MASIC): Reliability and Validity of a New Intimate Partner Violence Screen
Article: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Child-Informed Mediation

It’s Not Me, It’s You; Actually, Maybe it is Me: Supervising Millennials in the Context of Client-Centered Lawyering and Changing Learning Styles

Bradford Colbert, Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Llezlie Green Coleman, American University, Washington College of Law
Vanessa Hernandez, Suffolk University Law School
Maritza Karmely, Suffolk University Law School
Laurie S. Kohn, The George Washington University Law School
Bibliography
Handout: Supervision Hypo

Lawyering in a Hostile Climate

Denise L. Gilman, The University of Texas School of Law
Kelly L. Haragan, The University of Texas School of Law
James W. Marcus, The University of Texas School of Law
Fatma Marouf, Texas A&M University School of Law
Andrea Marsh, The University of Texas School of Law
Natalie Nanasi, Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law
Ranjana Natarajan, The University of Texas School of Law
Erica B. Schommer, St. Mary’s University School of Law
Elissa C. Steglich, The University of Texas School of Law
Brief: Case 4:09-cv-03223 Amended Petitioner’s Brief Regarding Exhaustion and Other Procedural Matters
Report: “I was treated like an animal” Abuses Against African Detainees at the West Texas Detention Facility

Rules of Engagement: Teaching Students to Navigate Difficult Conversations with Purpose and Professionalism

Paulina E. Davis, New York University School of Law
Nadiyah J. Humber, Suffolk University Law School
Jamie Langowski, Suffolk University Law School
Marcia Levy, Columbia Law School
Joanna Medrano, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law
Caryn R. Mitchell-Munevar, New England Law|Boston
Amanda Sen, New York University School of Law
Shanda K. Sibley, New York University School of Law
Naomi B. Sunshine, New York University School of Law
Sarah Vendzules, New York University School of Law
Handout: Navigating “The Challenge”
Handout: Navigating “The Challenge” Resource List

Training Ethical Lawyers in Extraordinary Times

Constance Browne, Boston University School of Law
Peggy Maisel, Boston University School of Law
Susan B. Schechter, University of California, Berkeley School of Law
Paul Tremblay, Boston College Law School
Agenda and Handout: Experiential Education and Professional Responsibility: Training Ethical Lawyers in Extraordinary Times

Teaching the Whole Lawyer: Deliberate, Mindful, and Culturally Conscious Professional Identity Formations

Tanya Asim Cooper, Pepperdine University School of Law
Lindsay M. Harris, University of District of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of Law
Norrinda Hayat, University of District of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of Law
Kendall L. Kerew, Georgia State University College of Law
Amy Pritchard, University of Arkansas, Little Rock, William H. Bowen School of Law
Gail Silverstein, University of California, Hastings College of the Law
Brittany M. Stringfellow-Otey, Pepperdine University School of Law
Carwina Weng, Indiana University Maurer School of Law
Handout: Your Life Well
Handout: Problem Solving Portfolio
Slide: The Warning Signs Continuum
Handout: Additional Resources

With a Little Help from My Friends: Managing Stress in a Hostile Political Environment with Assistance from Non-Lawyers

George V. Baboila, Co-Director, University of St. Thomas Interprofessional Center for Counseling
Colleen Boraca, Northern Illinois University College of Law
Janet H. Goode, The University of Memphis, Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
Anjum Gupta, Rutgers School of Law-Newark
Susan Hazeldean, Brooklyn Law School
Geoffrey Heeren, Valparaiso University School of Law
Lucy Johnston-Walsh, The Pennsylvania State University – Dickinson Law
James E. Mitchell, Georgia State University College of Law
Rachel D. Settlage, Wayne State University Law School
Virgil O. Wiebe, University of St. Thomas School of Law
Amanda Zelechoski, Valparaiso University Department of Psychology
Presentation
Handout: Additional Resources