Every year the National Conference of Law Reviews (NCLR) brings together the management of student run law journals from law schools across the country. NCLR is a great opportunity for editors from different journals to exchange ideas and learn how to more effectively run a student publication.
A different law school hosts NLCR each year, and Thomas Jefferson School of Law is honored to host the Conference in 2011. The 2011 NCLR will be held March 30 - April 2.
Attendees may stay at the Hard Rock hotel in Downtown San Diego, where part of the Conference is scheduled. The remainder of the Conference will take place at Thomas Jefferson's brand new state of the art campus (which opened in January of 2011), located about five city blocks from the Hard Rock Hotel.
Conference tickets are $375.00 each for exhibitors and attendees.
To purchase tickets by mail, please complete the registration form and send it with a check, payable to the Thomas Jefferson Law Review, to:
Thomas Jefferson Law Review - NCLR
Thomas Jefferson School of Law
1155 Island Ave.
San Diego, CA 92101
Conference attendees may stay at the Hard Rock Hotel in downtown San Diego. To receive the discounted room rate call 866.751.ROCK (7625) and inform the operator that you are attending the National Conference of Law Reviews, 2011. If you prefer to book accommodations online and still receive the discounted rate, visit:
The rate for rooms booked is $199.00 per night. This rate is subject to additional taxes and hotel fees. Upgraded rooms are available upon request. Please mention National Conference of Law Reviews to receive the special rate.
Floor plans can be found at http://www.hardrockhotelsd.com/meetings/capacity-charts.
Paul Goldman, Manager of Business Operations for Texas Legal Publications Jack Ford, CBS News Legal Analyst (tentative).
Dean Erwin Chemerinsky of UC Irvine Law School is a confirmed speaker for the Scribes Awards dinner (Thursday night).
Please see the schedule for more information.
Many of the panel presentations at the 2011 conference will be similar to the panels at past conferences; however, the Thomas Jefferson Law Review considered several new ideas in response to feedback received from attendees at the 2010 Conference. Below is a list of the panel topics currently be planned.
- Keeping Law Reviews Relevant
- Advanced Bluebook Information
- Administration & Faculty Relations
- Author v. Board, Board v. Author
- Why Use ALWD for Your Law Review?
- Selling Your Law Review Membership to Prospective Employers
- Article Selection and Solicitation
- Effective Write-on Competitions
- Making Your Journal Go “Green”
- Special Concerns for Specialty Journals
- Relations Between Multiple Journals Within a Law School
- Note Writing Schedule – Semester v. Year
- Bidding & Hosting NCLR
- Tips for Executive Editors
- Tips for Research Editors Tips for Managing Editors
- Tips for Editors in Chief
- How to Write Effective Staff Manuals
- Plagiarism: How to Avoid it
Please note that all ads for the 2011 NCLR program must be submitted as a PDF document to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than March 4, 2011. See the Sponsor / Exhibitor Information and the Sponsor Levels for more information. Click here to purchase a sponsorship online.
Part of the day on Friday is reserved for excursions that will allow attendees to explore and enjoy San Diego. Attendees can choose from three different options:
Frequently Asked Questions
More information about the 2011 Conference will be posted on this webpage as it becomes available.
For any other information, email: email@example.com or call 1.858.866.4051.
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