SALT Equalizer


Contents of This Issue:

Deborah Waire Post & Margaret Martin Barry, Co-Presidents’ Column, at 1.

Hazel Weiser, Executive Director’s Column, at 1.

Camille Nelson, January 2010 Cover Workshop at the AALS Annual Meeting: “In the Public Interest: Exploring Legacy of Robert Cover as Professor, Activist, and Scholar,” at 4.

SALT at the AALS in January, at 4.

Hazel Weiser, “Sowing the Seeds of Justice:” Sneak Preview Saturday, January 9, in NOLA, at 5.

Ruben Garcia, 2010 SALT Annual Dinner Promises to Be a Jazzy Affair, at 5.

Hazel Weiser, SALT Board of Governors Welcomes New and Returning Board Members, at 6.

Steven Bender, 2010 Trino Grillo Retreat to Emphasize Globalization, Economic Justice, and Climate Change, at 6.

2010 Cover Retreat to Focus on the Future, at 7.

Nancy Cook, “Vulnerable Populations and Economic Realities:” Teaching Workshop at Golden Gate, March 19-20, 2010, at 7.

Raquel Aldana, “Teaching in a Transformative Era: The Law School of the Future:” SALT Teaching Conference, Honolulu, Hawai’i, December 2010, at 8.

Andi Curcio, Work of SALT’s Committee on Issues in Legal Education Continues on Several Fronts, at 9.

Andi Curcio, Study Shows LSAT Could Better Predict Lawyer Effectiveness, at 9.

Andi Curcio, SALT Comments on Proposed Outcome Measures Accreditation Standard, at 10.

Olympia Duhart, Still a Place for YOU Among the SALT Law School Representatives, at 11.

Ruben Garcia, SALT-LatCrit Junior Faculty Development Workshop Continues to Grow, at 11.

Katherine Hedland Hansen, Seattle University School of Law and SALT Partner on Efforts to Diversify Law School Deanships, at 14.

About SALT, at 15.

Publication Citation

SALT Equalizer, Fall 2009.

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