Today, I have the privilege to being on a panel at the Southeastern Association of Law Schools annual meeting, entitled "The 'Ins' and 'Outs' of Empirical Research." The panel was put together by Benjamin Barton (Tennessee), and I am splitting time with Stefanie Lindquist (Vanderbilt) and Ahmed Taha (Wake Forest).
As I was preparing for my talk, I realized that I was the only presenter who did not have a PhD -- and I am going last on the program. I plan on stealing the show with my topic, "Empiricism for the Non-PhD Law Professor"-- something that is likely to resonant with 90 percent of the audience. I am building on some of the themes set forth in my April 2006 post, ELS on the Cheap (i.e., without Graduate School).
The SEALS sessions tend to be large (even discounting for my participation on the program), so I am posting two handouts here in the event we run short: