Call for Presentations 

The AAfPE National Conference Planning Committee is charged with the development of a comprehensive educational plan encompassing all educational offerings. 

The committee's objective is to design an educational program for paralegal and legal studies educators at the entry, intermediate, and advanced levels in their careers. Please focus your presentations on real-life case studies and examples and include helpful resources or tips for attendees.

The committee and the AAfPE Board of Directors are vigorously soliciting fresh topics and speakers. Please share this link with your colleagues and peers so submissions will cover a broad range of experiences and knowledge. The submission deadline is Monday, July 25, 2022..

Benefits of Presenting at the AAfPE 41st National Conference:
- Recognition as a presenter at the national conference. 

- Contribution to the knowledge base of entry level, intermediate, and advanced paralegal and legal studies educators. 
- Networking with fellow paralegal and legal studies educators from across the country. 

PLEASE NOTE: AAfPE does not cover expenses or provide a registration discount for speakers.

Since you will need to complete the survey in one sitting, please collect the following information prior to beginning.

  • Speaker bio/photo 
  • Title of proposed session
  • List of objectives/behavioral terms
  • Content outline
  • Level of content
  • Preferred session length
  • Abstract of presentation

Think you have nothing to present? We all just went through an amazing and crazy couple of years. Did you try something that was super successful? Did you have an "aha" moment and improve a course? Did you build a presentation and share it with our members? Your excellence will spark new ideas for others!

Submit your presentation today!

The AAfPE National Conference Planning Committee is seeking volunteers!

Use your love of education and your expertise to help plan this year's National Conference. Email [email protected] to sign up today. Please note: your institution MUST be a member of AAfPE in order to volunteer.