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Completing an ALI Project: Lessons from Reporters

Completing an ALI Project: Lessons from Reporters

Update: 2021-04-22
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Have you ever wondered what exactly goes into completing an ALI project? There’s nobody better to talk about the ALI process than four veteran Reporters whose projects may be completed at the 2021 Annual Meeting.

In this episode of Reasonably Speaking, Reporter on one of our newest projects, Lyrissa Lidsky from Restatement of the Law Third, Torts: Defamation and Privacy will moderate the panel of Matthew L.M. Fletcher (American Indian Law), Geoffrey P. Miller (Compliance and Enforcement for Organizations), Kenneth W. Simons (Intentional Torts), and Christiane C. Wendehorst (Principles for a Data Economy), as they discuss their journey from project conception to ALI member approval and completion.

They will discuss how they came to be an ALI Reporter, how they work with project Advisers and ALI members, the draft approval process, surprises they learned along the way, and more.
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Completing an ALI Project: Lessons from Reporters

Completing an ALI Project: Lessons from Reporters

Geoffrey Miller, Lyrissa Lidsky, Matthew Fletcher, Kenneth Simons, Christiane Wendehorst