Deborah Maranville

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Chair, Curricular Innovation
Professor of Law

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Clinical Legal Education in the IP Context: Ideas from the U.S. Experience, Workshop on Innovations in Indian IP Teaching and Research, Feb. 16, 2014 (New Delhi, India)

Discussant, Experiential Education in a Changing World: The Problem of Definitions, Sequencing in Experiential Education for BUILDING ON BEST PRACTICES IN LEGAL EDUCATION, Clinical Theory Workshop, Feb. 7, 2014

Curricular Integration Chapter, Conference on Clinical Legal Education, Building on Best Practices in Legal Education, Apr. 29, 2013 (San Juan, PR)

Small group leader, Working Group on Workplace Law, Association of American Law Schools, Conference on Clinical Legal Education, Apr. 30, 2012 (Los Angeles, CA)

Unemployment Insurance: Does It Still Work for the Out of Work?, University of Washington, Unemployed Nation Hearings, Mar. 30, 2012 (Seattle, WA)

Applying Decision Making Theory to Experiential Learning Choices: Students as Our Client, with Esther Park, Association of American Law Schools, Conference on Clinical Legal Education, Jun. 15, 2011 (Seattle, WA)

Is It a Clinic, an Externship or Something Else? Shedding Orthodoxies While Developing Transformative Conceptual Frameworks for Experiential Learning Opportunities, Society of American Law Teachers, Teaching in a Transformative Age: The Law School of the Future, Dec. 11, 2010 (Honolulu, HI)

Choosing Among Different Experiential Structures, Northwest Clinical Conference, Oct. 9, 2010 (Leavenworth, WA)

Re-vision Quest: A Law School Guide to Designing Experiential Courses Involving Real Lawyering, New York Law School, Clinical Theory Workshop, 25th Anniversary Conference, Oct. 1, 2010 (New York, NY)

Bringing About Change, Clinical Program Redesign Workshop: Exploring and Expanding Design Choices for Experiential Legal Education, Association of American Law Schools, Conference on Clinical Legal Education, May 8, 2010 (Baltimore, MD)

Re-vision Quest: A Law School Guide to Designing Experiential Courses Involving Real Lawyering, University of Minnesota, Experiential Renaissance Roundtable, Apr. 9, 2010 (Minneapolis, MN)

Goals, Approaches, and Orthodoxy of Supervision, University of Montana School of Law, Northwest Clinical Conference, Sep. 25, 2009 (Helena, MT)

Facilitator, First Year Projects Integrating the Cognitive, Skills and Professional Formation Apprenticeships and Whole Curriculum Projects: Rhetoric and Process, University of Washington School of Law, Legal Education at the Crossroads Conference, Ideas to Accomplishments: Sharing New Ideas for an Integrated Curriculum, Sep. 6, 2008

Reflecting on Improvisation: Jumping, Soaring, Contemplating the Crash, Association of American Law Schools, Conference on Clinical Legal Education, May 5, 2008 (Tucson, AZ)

Globalization, Federalism and Welfare Benefits, Australian National University Law School and University of Technology Law School, Mar. 2007 (Canberra and Sydney, Australia)

Moderator, Civil Gideon: Lost Cause or Cause Whose Time Has Come, Association of American Law Schools, Poverty Law Section, Annual Meeting, Jan. 4, 2007

UW Law School Gender Study, Washington State Gender Justice Commission, Jan. 14, 2006

University of Washington School of Law, Faculty Workshop, Jun. 3, 2005

University of Washington, Catalyst Spark Session, Jan. 21, 2005

Unemployment Insurance Meets Globalization and the Modern Workforce, INTELL 7 Conference, Mar. 27, 2004 (Kyoto, Japan)

Unemployment Insurance Meets Globalization and the Modern Workforce, Santa Clara Law Review, Symposium on Working Families, Jan. 30, 2004

UW Law School Gender Study, Washington State Gender Justice Commission, Jan. 8, 2004

Women & Teaching, Seattle University, Cascadian Feminists Conference, Oct. 12, 2003

Organizer, Plenary Session, Professionalism in Clinic Design: Avoiding Your Worst Nightmares, and Plenary Speaker, Conflicts of Interest, AALS Workshop on Clinical Legal Education, Vancouver B.C. (May 15, 2003)

U.S. Changes in Public Benefits: The Case of Unemployment Insurance, University of Victoria, Cascadian Feminists Conference, Apr. 12, 2003

Panelist, Legal Education and Access to Justice: Can We Do More?, Washington State Access to Justice Conference, Jun. 7, 2002

Panelist, Breaking the Glass Ceiling, Washington Women Lawyers and University of Washington Law Women’s Caucus, Apr. 16, 2002

University of Miami Law School, Symposium: Beyond Right and Reason, Pierre Schlag’s Enchantment of Reason, Feb. 22, 2002

Small group leader and chair, Panel on Curricular Works-in-Progress, Association of American Law Schools, Workshop on Clinical Legal Education, May 10, 2001

Scholarship Supporting Equal Justice, Association of Amerian Law Schools, Equal Justice Colloquium, Jan. 29, 2001

Teaching Difficult Students, Northwest Clinical Law Teachers Conference, Oct. 5, 2000 (Lake Seely, MT)

Passion, Context, and Lawyering Skills: Choosing Among Simulated and Real Clinical Experiences, New York Law School, Lawyering Theory Workshop, Dec. 10, 1999

Panelist, Workplace Panel, American University, Washington College of Law, Conference on Unbending Gender: Why Work and Family Conflict and What to Do About It, Nov. 19, 1999 (Washington, DC)

Passion, Context and the Spiral Curriculum: Integrating Experiential Learning Into the Traditional Law School Curriculum, University of Washington School of Law, Faculty Colloquium, Oct. 20, 1999

Passion, Context, and Lawyering Skills: Choosing Among Simulated and Real Clinical Experiences, Northwest Clinical Conference, Sep. 11, 1999 (Leavenworth, WA)

Workshop leader, Passion, Context and the Law School Curriculum, Institute for Law School Teaching, Jun. 12, 1999

Small group leader, Association of American Law Schools, Workshop on Clinical Legal Education, May 4, 1999 (Lake Tahoe, CA)

Chair, Panel on Employment Equity and Workplace in Transition, International Network for Transformative Employment and Labour Law, Conference on Equity, Minimum Standards and the Pressures of Globalisation, Mar. 18, 1999 (Cape Town, South Africa)

Passion, Context, and Lawyering Skills: Choosing Among Simulated and Real Clinical Experiences, New York University Law School, Clinical Faculty, Mar. 12, 1999

Statutory Regulation of Atypical Employment, Association of American Law Schools, Workshop on Work, Workers & Law in the 21st Century, Jan. 7, 1999

Small group discussion leader, Labor and Employment Law, Society of American Law Teachers, Teaching Conference on Power, Pedagogy & Praxis: Moving the Classroom to Action, Oct. 16, 1998

Session leader and small group facilitator, Association of American Law Schools, Conference on Clinical Legal Education, May 5, 1998 (Portland, OR)

Commentator, The Superior Court Perspective, Washington Office of Administrative Hearings, ALJ Conference, Apr. 21, 1998

Commentator, University of Miami, International Transformative Employment and Labor Conference, Mar. 28, 1998

Facilitator, Discussion of Videotape for Ethics CLE Credit, Whatcom Co. Bar Association (Nov. 6, 1996), King County Bar Association, Gender Equality in the Legal Profession Committee, All in a Day's Work, Nov. 6, 1996

Small group facilitator, Association of American Law Schools, Conference on Clinical Legal Education, Jun. 4, 1995 (Newport Beach, CA)

Panelist, Faculty Colloquium on The Lawyer as Ethical Problem Solver, Apr. 4, 1995

Discussant, Panel on Unemployment Compensation Eligibility and the 1990s Labor Force, Michigan Journal on Law Reform and the Advisory Council on Unemployment, Symposium on Unemployment Compensation: Continuity and Change, Mar. 30, 1995

Women, Unemployment Compensation and the Contingent Workforce, Critical Networks Conference, Women, Work and the Market Panel, Mar. 10, 1995 (Washington, DC)

Researching Women Seriously: Legal and Interdisciplinary Research on Feminist Theory and Practice, American Association of Law Libraries, Annual Meeting, Jul. 9, 1994

Host, Peer Exchange on Unemployment Compensation Benefits sponsored by the Inter-University Poverty Law Consortium (April 9, 1994). , Apr. 9, 1994

Panelist, Poverty Advocacy: The Law School's Role, National Legal Aid and Defender Association, National Conference, Nov. 2, 1991

Small Group Leader, Private Gain or Public Interest: The Struggle for the Soul of American Legal Education, Society of American Law Teachers, 1991 Conference for Legal Educators, Oct. 4, 1991

Critical Legal Studies, National Conference of Women Judges, Oct. 1987

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