LAWCHA program committee member Ken Fones-Wolf requests that LAWCHA members who will be submitting session proposals for the 2017 AHA (Denver) and/or the 2017 Berkshire Conference (Hempstead, New York) please CC or otherwise forward Ken ([email protected]) a copy of their proposal. This will help him and the other LAWCHA members on the program committee coordinate with the respective conferences.
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