Romig named secretary for AALS Legal Writing Section
By Emory University School of Law | Emory Law | March 22, 2013
Emory Law legal writing instructor Jennifer Murphy Romig has been selected as secretary of the American Association of Law Schools' Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research.
The mission of the American Association of Law Schools is to serve as a "resource for the improvement of the quality of legal education by networking law school faculty, professional staff and deans to information and resources." Within the AALS, the Section on Legal Writing, Reasoning and Research sponsors programming, information, and awards related to excellence in legal writing, teaching and scholarship.
Recent Section programs include "The Past, Present, and Future of the Appellate Brief" and "The Bench, the Bar, and the Academy Unite to Discuss Legal Education."
Romig has taught at Emory Law School since 2001 and has published articles about legal writing in Legal Communication & Rhetoric: JALWD and the Georgia Bar Journal.