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A noted authority in the study of the future of legal education, having served as past chair of the ABA's Law School Administration Committee and American Association of Law Schools Section on Part-time Legal Education, Garon's scholarship extends broadly over the areas of emerging technologies and their impact on business, society, the practice of law, and delivery of legal education, as well as the field of entertainment law.
He's the past chair of the American Association of Law Schools' Section on Labor and Employment Law and, since 1999, has chaired labor law programs for the Center for American and International Law in Texas.
The American Association of Law Schools imposes on its members a "duty to ameliorate" the Solomon Amendment, meaning that law schools must make up for following the amendment by protesting it in other ways.
Nance is well-known nationally, as well, after having been the former chair of the American Association of Law Schools' Employment Discrimination Law and Labor & Employment Law sections.
In his dissent, Justice Scalia pointed out that the American Association of Law Schools, "to which any reputable law school must seek to belong," refuses admission to "any school that refuses to ban from its job-interview facilities a law firm (no matter how small) that does not wish to hire as a prospective partner a person who openly engages in homosexual conduct." This has had an obvious impact in engineering a pro-homosexual consensus in the legal system--an important victory in what Michael Walzer calls the "Gramscian war of position."
This symposium was organized in conjunction with the Evidence and Criminal Justice Sections of the American Association of Law Schools. Many of the papers were first presented at the organization's annual meeting in San Francisco in January 2001.
To do that, a law school had to become part of a recognized liberal arts college, had to hire a full-time dean and full-time faculty, open a day division for students, erect law school buildings, ensure a strong financial foundation, and rig a few other seaworthy conditions imposed by the two accrediting institutions: the American Bar Association and the American Association of Law Schools.
Bolla is currently the Chair-Elect of the American Association of Law Schools section on Maritime Law.
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