Legal Writing, Reasoning, and Research Section Social

Date: Tuesday, August 15th from 1:30 – 2:30 pm EST

 

Discussion Description:

The AALS LWRR Section invites you to a Back-to-School Section Social August 15 at 1:30 Eastern. This social will be an informal chance to connect with colleagues from around the country and get inspired for the year ahead.  Please come with either something you learned or want to try from this summer (maybe a takeaway from one of the excellent conferences?), or a question you have as you move into the fall semester.

We would love to see you there!

*This Session was not Recorded

Moderators

Hillary Reed, Clinical Professor, Lawyering Skills and Strategies, University of Houston Law Center

Professor Reed earned a B.A. in History from Abilene Christian University, magna cum laude. She then earned her J.D. at Pepperdine University School of Law, magna cum laude. After law school, she joined O’Melveny & Myers LLP as an associate in their downtown Los Angeles office. At O’Melveny, her practice areas included general litigation and corporate bankruptcy. From 2007-2017 Professor Reed taught Legal Research and Writing at Pepperdine University School of Law. From 2014-2017 she also taught Honors Appellate Advocacy and directed the Appellate Moot Court Program at Pepperdine.

 

Maria Termini, Professor of Legal Writing and Co-Director of Legal Research and Writing, Brooklyn Law School

Professor Termini joined the Brooklyn Law School faculty in the fall of 2014. She is a Professor of Legal Writing, Co-Director of Legal Research and Writing, and also teaches in the Law School’s externship program. Her scholarship interests relate to legal education pedagogy with a focus on helping students develop the legal reasoning skills needed for effective legal writing and advocacy.

Before joining the Law School faculty, Professor Termini was a litigator, practicing in federal and state court. She worked in the Appeals Division of the New York City Housing Authority and as a litigation associate at Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP. While in law school, Professor Termini was a member of the Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems. Before practicing law, she taught high school mathematics and was an adjunct professor of education. Professor Termini holds a J.D. from Columbia Law School, an M.A. in curriculum and instruction from the University of Mississippi, and a B.A. in mathematics from Smith College.