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Call for Presentations

Submit a Presentation Proposal Today to the NJAJ Educational Foundation

ALL PROPOSALS ARE DUE by 12 Noon, FEBRUARY 24, 2006.

Share your expertise with your colleagues throughout the state by submitting a presentation proposal to the NJAJ Educational Foundation for consideration for its 2006-2007 Educational Calendar.
 
Either as an individual or as part of a group, you can join the ranks of your profession's recognized experts. To ensure a balanced educational program is offered, all submissions will be reviewed and evaluated by a team of your peers, the NJAJ Education Committee.
 
Proposals must be typed or, if you are preparing your proposal on a computer, you may substitute the official NJAJ Call for Presentations with one you prepare, but all information must appear in the correct order and follow all stated limits. Proposals must be returned by mail, or fax no later than 12 Noon, February 24, 2006. All mailed proposals should include one original and 5 copies. You may also complete the form online at www.NJ-Justice.orgunder the Calendar of Events.
 
PROPOSAL
 
Presentation Title ___________________________________________________________________
 
Primary Speaker_______________________________________________________________________
 
Core Content Area (e.g., matrimonial, employment, criminal law, technology, ethics, marketing, medical malpractice, support staff, personal injury)______________________________________________
 
INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD (Choose the two predominant methods you plan to use.)
 
q Lecture
q Interactive Group Discussion
q Roundtable
q Case Study
q Panel Presentation
q Role Play
q Other_________________________
 
LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
(Complete this sentence: “Following the presentation, participants will be able to…”)
 
1.
 
2.
 
3.
 
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
(75-100 words describing session content and format. Be sure to be as specific as possible.)
Descriptions are subject to editing in the final program brochure.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

PROGRAM OUTLINE:
A one-page outline of your presentation is also required. Please attach your outline to this proposal.
 
TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF:
Have you or one of your co-presenters given this specific presentation at another conference or seminar?
    q YES  q NO
 
If yes, please specify where and when: