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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Professor Terrill Pollman to Present at Northwest Regional Legal Writing Conference

Terrill Pollman is a professor of law at the William S. Boyd School of Law.

Professor Pollman will attend the 2015 Northwest Regional Legal Writing Conference from April 24-25 in Eugene, Ore. At the conference, she will present on the topic of “Goleman’s Leadership Styles for the Legal Writing Professor” and explore the various styles of leadership and when each style might be appropriate in the law school context.

Hosted by the University of Oregon Legal Research and Writing Program, the theme of this year’s conference, “Legal Writing & Leadership,” will delve into the ways legal writing faculty have achieved success through leadership, both inside and outside the field of legal writing.

A founding faculty member, Professor Pollman teaches in the areas of Lawyering Process, Persuasion, Negotiation, and Leadership and Law. Her scholarship focuses on legal writing, pedagogy and rhetoric.