Allard Law

In Autumn 2021 the Allard School of Law launched a series of lunchtime talks for Allard Law students curious about legal academia. Sessions address different aspects of legal scholarship and the paths to becoming a law professor, with plenty of time for Q&A. A schedule of sessions is set out below.

When & where
What
Who Material & Organisation
Nov 17, 2021, 12:30-1:30, Allard Hall 122 & Zoom The Law School Research-Track Job Markets: Advice for PhDs and LLMs Prof. Beswick Slides
Poster
Graduate Program
Feb 1, 2022, 12:45-1:45, Allard Hall 106 & Zoom What is Scholarly Legal Writing? An Introduction to Different Perspectives (on US Qualified Immunity Doctrine) Prof. Beswick Slides
Poster
Graduate Program
Feb 8, 2022, 12:45-1:45, Allard Hall 122 & Zoom Why and How to Become a Law Professor: Advice for JDs and LLMs Prof. Beswick Slides
Poster
Career Services Office
Mar 2, 2022, 12:45-1:45, Allard Hall 106 & Zoom Getting Articles Published: A Panel Discussion Prof. Lazarus, Prof. Joshi, Deborah Trotchine & Johanna Vanneste (chaired by Maddison Zapach) Slides
Poster
Co-authorship article
Graduate Program
Mar 23, 2022, 12:45-1:45, Allard Hall 123 & Zoom Clinical Law Teaching: What and How Prof. Barkaskas & Prof. Barrett (chaired by Charis Liu & Lucy Bogle) Poster
Clinical Program
TBC Developing a Research Agenda for the Law School Job Market Prof. Stacey & Prof. Thomasen Graduate Program

For more information or to give feedback or suggestions, contact Assistant Professor Samuel Beswick.

To explore other legal scholar skills, check out the Law PhD Skills Share site and the UBC Graduate School Events page.