Professor Abigail Perdue participates in LWI Webinar

Photo of Wake Forest Law Professor Abigail Perdue posing outside the Worrell Professional Center

Professor Abigail Perdue

Professor Abigail Perdue, director of the law school’s Washington, D.C.,Summer Judicial Externship Program, participated as a panelist in a one-hour webinar sponsored by the Legal Writing Institute’s Scholarship Committee on May 3, 2017.

Committee Chair Katrina Lee organized and moderated the webinar. Professor Wendy-Adele Humphrey (Texas Tech University) and Professor Sarah Morath (University of Houston) joined Professor Perdue on the panel.

The panelists covered everything from how to generate scholarly ideas and find time to write to how handle the article submission process. They also provided guidance regarding how to handle multiple publication offers and how to work effectively with student editors. Broadcast nationally, the webinar was well attended by both new and seasoned scholars and will be available on the LWI website.

Professor Perdue has written law review articles, scholarly essays, and media contributions on a diverse array of topics from gender discrimination to pedagogical innovation. Her latest book – The All-Inclusive Guide to Judicial Clerking – was published by West Academic this April and is currently listed as the No. 1 New Release in Legal Services on Amazon.