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NIFTEP Fall 2013 Workshop

Submitted by Tiffany Roberts on Wed,06/11/2013
Long title
National Institute for Teachings Ethics & Professionalism Fall 2013 Workshop: Are We Making A Difference?
Country
United States
Sponsor organization(s) or institution(s)
National Institute for Teaching Ethics & Professionalism
ABA Standing Committee on Professionalism
Sponsor(s)' contact information
Clark Cunningham
W. Lee Burge Professor of Law & Ethics
NIFTEP Director
Phone: (404) 413-9168
Email: cdcunningham@gsu.edu

Tiffany Williams Roberts
NIFTEP Deputy Director
Phone: (404) 413-9178
Email: twroberts@gsu.edu

National Institute for Teaching Ethics and Professionalism
Georgia State University
P.O. Box 4037
Atlanta, GA 30302-4037
Conference Description
November 15-17, 2013
Co-sponsored by the American Bar Association Standing Committee on Professionalism
Location: The Inn at Serenbe - Palmetto, Georgia
The Inn at Serenbe is conveniently located only 25 minutes south of Hartsfield Jackson International Airport and 40 minutes from Downtown Atlanta in the quaint planned community of Serenbe. The Inn has 19 guest rooms located between six buildings on the Inn grounds. The exceptional food and hospitality – surrounded by 1000 acres of rolling countryside – make The Inn at Serenbe a perfect location for our workshop.
Workshop Theme
Are We Making a Difference?
Developing Outcome Measures to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Law School Efforts to Teach Ethics and Develop Professionalism
The goal of this workshop is to prepare participants to implement one or more measurement methods that can be used either by individual teachers or at the law school level to evaluate the effects of individual curricular programs or the entire law school experience on the capacity for ethical decisionmaking and the formation of a responsible professional identity. For more information see the attached Proposal Submitted at 2010 FutureEd conference held at Harvard Law School.
Schedule
The NIFTEP Fall 2013 Workshop is scheduled to begin on Friday November 15 at 1:00 PM and to conclude on Sunday November 17 at 2:00 PM. Workshop participants agree to be present at all sessions, to arrive to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson Airport no later than 11:00 AM on Friday and to depart from Atlanta no earlier than 4:00 PM on Sunday.
More information regarding the workshop agenda will be posted as it becomes available.
Meals
NIFTEP will provide the following meals at no expense to all workshop fellows, speakers and discussants:
Friday- Lunch & Dinner
Saturday- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Sunday- Breakfast & Lunch
Breakfast and lunch will be served by The Inn at Serenbe in workshop meeting space. Dinner will be served by The Inn's Farmhouse Restaurant in the main dining room.
More information about Farmhouse is available on the Inn website:
"The Farmhouse, located in the Inn at Serenbe, serves beloved recipes made with farm-fresh organic ingredients grown just steps away on the Serenbe Farms. Marie Nygren, who founded Serenbe with her husband Steve, and operated it with the family as a bed-and-breakfast before the community developed, has returned to her kitchen in the historic home as proprietress to guide the art of southern cuisine utilizing local products. The weekly-changing, a la carte menu is rich with Southern delicacies straight from Marie’s storied recipe box, prepared in a style that highlights the flavor and nutrients of farm-fresh produce."
**Workshop participants accompanied by guests are responsible for covering the cost of their guests' meals.
Workshop Participants
The application period for this workshop has ended.
Workshop participants are designated as NIFTEP Fellows. There is no charge for workshop registration, lodging or meals during the workshop. Fellows are expected to pay their own travel costs.
Fellows, speakers and discussants are listed below. Biographical information for each participant may be viewed by selecting the person’s name.
Please direct any questions about the workshop to NIFTEP Deputy Director Tiffany Roberts at
twroberts@gsu.edu or (404) 413-9178.
Fellows
Nicola Boothe-Perry
Barbara Glesner Fines
Benjamin Grimes
Wendy Muchman
JoNel Newman
Donald Nicholson
Shamini K. Ragavan
Margaret Reuter
Speakers & Discussants
Ben Kotzee
John Berry
Clark Cunningham
Paul Haskins
William Henderson
Dennis Honabach
Patrick Longan
Jerry Organ
Tiffany Roberts
Michael Virzi
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