The Section on Women in Legal Education of the Association of American Law Schools, for which I have the honor of serving as Chair this year, is seeking panelists to share methods of teaching gender in “core courses” -- legal writing, torts, contracts, corporations, federal income tax, civil procedure, contracts, or criminal law, among others not traditionally understood to include gender -- at the AALS 2011 Annual Meeting to be held January 4 to 8 in San Francisco. The panel will also include a paper presentation by the winner of "Teaching Gender as a Core Value" competition.
In keeping with the overall meeting theme of "Core Values," our Section will focus on teaching gender issues as a "core value." This program will include a variety of perspectives and will explore ways gender issues can be successfully incorporated into law school teaching.
To be considered as a panelist, please submit a note of interest no later than next Wednesday, March 31, 2010, to Professor Danne Johnson, Oklahoma City University School of Law, at email@example.com. In addition to your c.v., please include a 2-paragraph description what you would discuss on the panel; that is, of the course that you teach and the methods that you use to teach gender.
Further details here.