Call for Reviewers Please indicate below whether you are interested in serving as a blind peer reviewer for any of the following proposals. Proposals submitted to the Education Law Association go through a double-blind peer-review process. This means applicants do not know the identity of the reviewers, and the reviewers do not know the applicant’s identity. The proposal portal does not permit any reviewer to review their own application. Reviewers evaluate each proposal and give both a quantative score and qualitative comments based on criteria set by the committees each year. Example: Reviewer's Rubric for Event ProposalsName(Required)List your full name only as used in publications. Do not include degrees in your suffix and prefix. Email(Required) Phone(Required)Proposal Type(Required)What types of proposals are you willing to review? Award (i.e., nominations for Beckham, Goldberg, Joseph, McGhehey, and Steinhilber Awards) Book (i.e., casebook, yearbook, single- and multi-authored books, and edited volumes) Course (i.e., online courses on EducationLaw.org for professional development or continuing legal education) Event (i.e., annual conference, mid-year seminar, mid-year webinar, video, or podcast) Periodical (i.e., The Chronicle of Education Law, West's Education Law Reporter) Areas of ExpertiseIn which of the following areas are you qualified to serve as a peer-reviewer? Charter Schools Curriculum & Instruction First Amendment Early Childhood Education Education Leadership English as a Second Langugage Higher Education School Choice School Finance School Governance School Safety Special Education Student Rights Teachers Rights Teaching Education Law Title IX Degrees Earned(Required)Please check all that apply. High School Diploma Bachelor's Degree Master's Degree Doctor of Education Ed.D. Doctor of Jurisprudence (Juris Doctor) J.D. Doctor of Philosophy Ph.D. CommentsDo you have any additional areas of expertise or other information you'd like to share?