Faculty Professional Development Programs, 2012-2013 Academic Year

September 2012

  • Friday, 9/7: Professor David Rubenstein, Washburn University School of Law
    "Administructuralism: At The Crossroads of Double Insecurity"
  • Friday, 9/21: Speed Scholarship – faculty speak for two minutes about her/his current scholarly project(s) so that attendees (1) will each have a sense of what everyone else is working on, and (2) will identify natural writing/discussion/mentoring opportunities among colleagues.
  • Friday, 9/28: Professor Freddy Sourgens, Washburn University School of Law
    "Resolving the Law Problem in Investor-State Disputes"

December 2012

  • Thursday, 12/13: Professor Craig Martin, Washburn University School of Law
    "Using Technology in Teaching and Scholarship"

January 2013

  • Tuesday, 1/22: Professor Patricia Judd, Washburn University School of Law
    "TRIPS and the Violet Beauregarde Syndrome"

February 2013

  • Friday, 2/1: Margann Bennett, Director of Professional Development and Pro Bono, Washburn University School of Law
    "Job Market for Our Students"
  • Friday, 2/8: Professor Freddy Sourgens, Washburn University School of Law
    "Out of the Fog - Developing International Law on Investment Protection as a Common Law"
  • Friday, 2/15: Professor Graeme Austin, Victoria University of Wellington (New Zealand)
    "IP and Privacy Rights"

March 2013

  • Friday, 3/8: Professor Craig Martin, Washburn University School of Law
    "Kiobel and the Court's Curious Concern over Extraterritoriality"
  • Monday, 3/11: Professor Adrian Walters, IIT Chicago-Kent
    "Involuntary Bankruptcy as Debt Collection: Multi-Jurisdictional Lessons in Choosing the Right Tool for the Job"
  • Thursday, 3/28: Professor Tishia A. Dunham, Stetson University College of Law
    "The Art and Benefits of Using a Problem-based Learning Approach with a Traditional Casebook that is Not Problem-oriented"

April 2013

  • Thursday, 4/11: Marie Robb, Westlaw Representative
    "Westlaw: Faculty Update on WestLaw Next, TWEN, and Law School Exchange"

May 2013

  • Wednesday, May 1: Professor Andrea Boyack, Washburn University School of Law
    "Freedom of Contract and the Endangered Right to Transfer"