Stephen Ellmann Clinical Theory Workshop

Stephen Ellmann Clinical Theory Workshop

The Stephen Ellmann Clinical Theory Workshop provides clinical legal educators with the opportunity to discuss legal scholarship exploring issues of clinical pedagogy, lawyering theory, substantive law, and empirical analysis that are relevant to clinical legal education. The Stephen Ellmann Clinical Theory Workshop is named in honor of Stephen J. Ellmann (1951-2019), a law professor, scholar, and advocate of clinical legal education, who founded the Clinical Theory Workshop in 1985. The Workshop is jointly sponsored by the City University of New York School of Law, Fordham Law School, New York Law School, and New York University School of Law.

Schedule for 2021-2022:

October 1, 2021 at 2pm - Virtual
Title:  Family Separation Conditions
Alexis Karteron, Rutgers Law School

November 12, 2021 at 2pm - Virtual
Title: Speak to Your Dead, Write for Your Dead: David Galloway, Malinda Brandon, and a Story of American Reconstruction
Aderson Francois, Georgetown University Law Center

January 21, 2022 at 2pm - Half-Baked Presentations - Virtual
Title:  Privacy and Disability
Prianka Nair, Brooklyn Law School

Title:  The Georgetown Slave Sale:  How Untold Stories Shape the Narrative of Truth and Reconciliation
Aysha Ames, Director of Legal Writing, Fordham Law School

February 25, 2022 at 2pm - Virtual
Title:  Using Community Control and Oversight Laws to Resist and Abolish Police Surveillance Technologies
Vincent Southerland, New York University School of Law

April 1, 2022 at 2pm - Virtual
Title:  Centering Disability Justice 
Natalie Chin, CUNY School of Law