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    Journal of Legal Education

    Journal of Legal Education

     

    2000, Vol.50                      2010-2011, Vol.60

    2001, Vol.51                2011-2012, Vol.61

    2002, Vol.52                2012-2013, Vol.62

    2003, Vol.53                2013-2014, Vol.63

    2004, Vol.54                2014, Vol.64

    2005, Vol.55

    2006, Vol.56

    2007, Vol.57

    2008, Vol.58

    2009-2010, Vol.59

     

     

    Journal of Legal Education, 2000, Vol.50

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Marina Angel

    The Glass Ceiling for Women in Legal Education: Contract Positions and the Death of Tenure

    No.1

    pp. 1-15

    Joe G. Baker, Brian K. Jorgensen

    Leaving the Law: Occupational and Career Mobility of Law School Graduates

    No.1

    pp. 16-34

    Barbara Black

    Establishing a Securities Arbitration Clinic: The Experience at Pace

    No.1

    pp. 35-49

    Susan L. DeJarnatt

    In re MacCrate: Using Consumer Bankruptcy as a Context for Learning in Advanced Legal Writing

    No.1

    pp. 50-71

    William S. Dodge

    Teaching the CISG in Contracts

    No.1

    pp. 72-94

    Nira Hativa

    Teaching Large Law Classes Well: An Outsider's View

    No.1

    pp. 95-111

    Edith K. Warkentine

    Kingsfield Doesn't Teach My Contracts Class: Using Contracts to Teach Contracts

    No.1

    pp. 112-133

    Lucie E. White

    Pro Bono or Partnership? Rethinking Lawyers' Public Service Obligations for a New Millennium

    No.1

    pp. 137-146

    Philiv F. Postlewaite

    Publish or Perish: The Paradox

    No.2

    pp. 157-188

    WilliamJ. Turnier

    Tax (and Lots of Other) Scholars Need Not Apply: The Changing Venue for Scholarship

    No.2

    pp. 189-212

    Jamison Wilcox

    Borrowing Experience: Using Reflective Lawyer Narratives in Teaching

    No.2

    pp. 213-239

    Gordon T. Butler

    The Law School Mission Statement: A Survival Guide for the Twenty- first Century

    No.2

    pp. 240-270

    Mark F. Anderson

    There's No Business Like Show Business

    No.2

    pp. 271-283

    Elizabeth Anderson

    From Normative to Empirical Sociology in the Affirmative Action Debate: Bowen and Bok's The Shape of the River

    No.2

    pp. 284-305

    Robert E. Rains

    Andrea's Adventures in Law Review Land

    No.2

    pp. 306-309

    Richard K. Neumann

    Women in Legal Education: What the Statistics Show

    No.3

    pp. 313-357

    Paul T. Hayden

    Professorial Conflicts of Interest and "Good Practice" in Legal Education

    No.3

    pp. 358-375

    Christian A. Johnson, Mary Grossman

    The Tax Law Clinic: Loyola Chicago's Decade of Experience

    No.3

    pp. 376-392

    Stephen M. Johnson

    www.legaleducation. edu: Using Technology to Educate the Public

    No.3

    pp. 393-397

    John A. Miller

    The Modern Law Dean

    No.3

    pp. 398-413

    Steven H. Goldberg

    Bringing The Practice to the Classroom: An Approach to the Professionalism Problem

    No.3

    pp. 414-430

    William R. Slomanson

    Legal Scholarship Blueprint

    No.3

    pp. 431-449

    Dan Subotnik

    Seeing Through "The Glass Ceiling": A Response to Professor Angel

    No.3

    pp. 450-453

    Marina Angel

    Comments in Reply: It's Becoming a Glass House

    No.3

    pp. 454-456

    R. Lawrence Dessem

    A Form Letter from the Dean

    No.3

    pp. 457-461

    David S. Favre

    How the World of Legal Education Changed and I Got to Build My Root Cellar

    No.3

    pp. 462-467

    John B. Attanasio

    The Brave New World of Multidisciplinary Practice

    No.4

    pp. 469-472

    Philip S. Anderson

    Facing Up to Multidisciplinary Practice

    No.4

    pp. 473-476

    Margaret Milner Richardson

    Changes, Choices, and Challenges for the Legal Profession

    No.4

    pp. 477-480

    Ramon Mullerat

    The Multidisciplinary Practice of Law in Europe

    No.4

    pp. 481-493

    Herb D. Vest

    Felling the Giant: Breaking the ABA's Stranglehold on Legal Education in America

    No.4

    pp. 494-503

    Phoebe A. Haddon

    The MDP Controversy: What Legal Educators Should Know

    No.4

    pp. 504-520

    Mary C. Daly

    What the MDP Debate Can Teach Us About Law Practice in the New Millennium and the Need for Curricular Reform

    No.4

    pp. 521-546

    Gene R. Nichol

    Law's Disengaged Left

    No.4

    pp. 547-561

    Jo Anne Durako

    Second- Class Citizens in the Pink Ghetto: Gender Bias in Legal Writing

    No.4

    pp. 562-586

    Robert M. Lloyd

    Investigating a New Way to Teach Law: A Computer- Based Commercial Law Course

    No.4

    pp. 587-592

    Elizabeth A. Reilly

    Deposing the "Tyranny of Extroverts": Collaborative Learning in the Traditional Classroom Format

    No.4

    pp. 593-614

    Journal of Legal Education, 2001, Vol.51

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Marcella David

    A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Multiple- Choice Exam: or, The Schoolroom Lessons from Bush v. Gore

    No.1

    pp. 1-14

    Peter Goodrich, Linda G. Mills

    The Law of White Spaces: Race, Culture, and Legal Education

    No.1

    pp. 15-38

    James B. Levy

    The Cobbler Wears No Shoes: A Lesson for Research Instruction

    No.1

    pp. 39-50

    Deborah Maranville

    Infusing Passion and Context into the Traditional Law Curriculum Through Experiential Learning

    No.1

    pp. 51-74

    Carole Silver

    Adventures in Comparative Legal Studies: Studying Singapore

    No.1

    pp. 75-90

    Alan Watson

    Legal Education Reform: Modest Suggestions

    No.1

    pp. 91-97

    Paul T. Wangerin

    Calculating Rank- in- Class Numbers: The Impact of Grading Differences Among Law School Teachers

    No.1

    pp. 98-117

    Kif Augustine-Adams, Suzanne B. Hendrix, andjames R. Rasband

    Pen or Printer: Can Students Afford to Handwrite Their Exams?

    No.1

    pp. 118-129

    John M. Burman

    Oral Examinations as a Method of Evaluating Law Students

    No.1

    pp. 130-140

    Dan Subotnik

    Bah, Humbug to the Bleak Story of Women Law Faculty: A Response to Professor Neumann

    No.1

    pp. 141-150

    Richard K. Neumann

    Comments in Reply

    No.1

    pp. 151-156

    Deborah L. Rhode

    The Professional Responsibilities of Professors

    No.2

    pp. 158-166

    David Luban

    Legal Scholarship as a Vocation

    No.2

    pp. 167-174

    William H. Simon

    Fear and Loathing of Politics in the Legal Academy

    No.2

    pp. 175-184

    Davison M. Douglas

    The Jeffersonian Vision of Legal Education

    No.2

    pp. 185-211

    Lawrence M. Grosberg

    Medical Education Again Provides a Model for Law Schools: The Standardized Patient Becomes the Standardized Client

    No.2

    pp. 212-234

    Mitu Gulati, Richard Sander, Robert Sockloskie

    The Happy Charade: An Empirical Examination of the Third Year of Law School

    No.2

    pp. 235-266

    Janeen Kerper

    Let's Space Out: Rethinking the Design of Law School Texts

    No.2

    pp. 267-283

    Andrew Kull

    The Simplification of Private Law

    No.2

    pp. 284-293

    Jonathan Rose

    Learning to Be a Legal Historian: Reflections of a Nontraditional Student

    No.2

    pp. 294-304

    Michael P. Waxman

    Teaching Comparative Law in the 21st Century: Beyond the Civil/ Common Law Dichotomy

    No.2

    pp. 305-312

    John Sexton, Carl C. Monk

    Papers from the La Pietra Conference of International Legal Educators

    No.3

    pp. 313-314

    Roger Burridge

    Landmarks, Signposts, and Directions in Legal Education in the United Kingdom

    No.3

    pp. 315-324

    Nadia de Araujo

    The Status of Brazilian Legal Education

    No.3

    pp. 325-331

    Norman Dorsen

    Achieving International Cooperation: NYU's Global Law School Program

    No.3

    pp. 332-337

    Yoseph M. Edrey, Sylviane Colombo

    Haifa and Its Law School: Toward the Future

    No.3

    pp. 338-345

    Lawrence C. Foster

    The Impact of the Close Relationship Between American Law Schools and the Practicing Bar

    No.3

    pp. 346-349

    Antonio Garcia Padilla

    Perspectives on the Internationalization of Legal Education

    No.3

    pp. 350-354

    Philip F. Iya

    The Legal System and Legal Education in Southern Africa: Past Influences and Current Challenges

    No.3

    pp. 355-362

    John B. Kaburise

    The Structure of Legal Education in South Africa

    No.3

    pp. 363-371

    Mary Kay Kane

    The Requirement of Full- Time Faculty in American Legal Education: Responsibilities and Expectations

    No.3

    pp. 372-374

    Elliott S. Milstein

    Clinical Legal Education in the United States: In- House Clinics, Externships, and Simulations

    No.3

    pp. 375-381

    Carl C. Monk, Harry G. Prince

    How Can an Association of Law Schools Promote Quality Legal Education?

    No.3

    pp. 382-388

    Frank T. Read

    The Unique Role of the Law School Dean in American Legal Education

    No.3

    pp. 389-397

    Sang-Hyun Song

    Legal Education in Korea and the Asian Region

    No.3

    pp. 398-402

    John Sexton

    The Academic Calling: To Global Common Enterprise

    No.3

    pp. 403-406

    Anna Williams Shavers

    The Impact of Technology on Legal Education

    No.3

    pp. 407-412

    Walter A. Stoffel

    Legal Education in Switzerland: An Example of the Continental Style

    No.3

    pp. 413-417

    Rennard Strickland

    Creating Opportunity: Admissions in U.S. Legal Education

    No.3

    pp. 418-422

    Kent D. Syverud

    The Dynamic Market for Law Faculty in the United States

    No.3

    pp. 423-426

    Robert K. Walsh

    The ABA's Standards for the Accreditatio of Law Schools

    No.3

    pp. 427-430

    Judith Welch Wegner

    The Curriculum: Patterns and Possibilities

    No.3

    pp. 431-437

    James P. White

    History of the Administration of the American Law School Accreditation Process

    No.3

    pp. 438-442

    Adrien Katherine Wing

    Race- Based Affirmative Action in American Legal Education

    No.3

    pp. 443-448

    MargaretY. K. Woo

    Reflections on International Legal Education and Exchanges

    No.3

    pp. 449-456

    Marilyn Yarbrough

    Financing Legal Education

    No.3

    pp. 457-161

    Stephen Zamora

    The Cultural Context of International Legal Cooperation

    No.3

    pp. 462-468

    David M. Becker

    Some Concerns About the Future of Legal Education

    No.4

    pp. 469-486

    Mitchell Berger

    Why the U.S. News and World Report Law School Rankings Are Both Useful and Important

    No.4

    pp. 487-502

    Christian C. Day

    Teaching Students How to Become In- House Counsel

    No.4

    pp. 503-519

    Matthew A. Edwards

    Teaching Foreign LL.M. Students About U.S. Legal Scholarship

    No.4

    pp. 520-532

    Richard A. Ippolito

    The Sorting Function: Evidence from Law School

    No.4

    pp. 533-553

    William B. T. Mock

    Informing Law Curricula: Modifying First- Year Courses to Reflect the Information Revolution

    No.4

    pp. 554-567

    Peter W. Murphy

    Teaching Evidence, Proof, and Facts: Providing a Background in Factual Analysis and Case Evaluation

    No.4

    pp. 568-598

    John Henry Schlegel

    Walt Was Right

    No.4

    pp. 599-609

     

    Augustine in Chicago Review Essay

    No.4

    pp. 610-613

    Journal of Legal Education, 2002, Vol.52

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    John J. Costonis

    The LSU Law Center- Canada Bijuralism Conference Introduction: Global Law and the Law School Curriculum

    No. 1-2

    pp. 1-4

    JohnJ. Costonis

    The Louisiana State University Law Center's Bijural Program

    No. 1-2

    pp. 5-11

    Yves-Marie Morissette

    McGill's Integrated Civil and Common Law Program

    No. 1-2

    pp. 12-28

    Nicholas Kasirer

    Bijuralism in Law's Empire and in Law's Cosmos

    No. 1-2

    pp. 29-41

    Michael McAuley

    On a Theme by Rene David: Comparative Law as Technique Indispensable

    No. 1-2

    pp. 42-48

    Saul Litvinoff

    Global Law in the Perspective of the Bijural Curriculum

    No. 1-2

    pp. 49-54

    David Howes

    Maladroit or Not? Learning to Be of Two Minds in the New Bijural Law Curricula

    No. 1-2

    pp. 55-60

    Xavier Blanc-Jouvan

    Bijuralism in Legal Education: A French View

    No. 1-2

    pp. 61-67

    James W. Bowers

    The Elementary Economics of Bijuralism: A First Cut

    No. 1-2

    pp. 68-74

    Gerald F. Hess

    Heads and Hearts: The Teaching and Learning Environment in Law School

    No. 1-2

    pp. 75-111

    Lawrence S. Krieger

    Institutional Denial About the Dark Side of Law School, and Fresh Empirical Guidance for Constructively Breaking the Silence

    No. 1-2

    pp. 112-129

    Marc T. Amy

    Judiciary School: A Proposal for a Pre- judicial LL.M. Degree

    No. 1-2

    pp. 130-144

    Hugh Gibbons

    Electronic Technology Provides a New Methodology for Teaching and Testing

    No. 1-2

    pp. 145-150

    Kyle Graham

    A Moment in The Times: Law Professors and the Court- Packing Plan

    No. 1-2

    pp. 151-166

    Alex J. Hurder

    The Pursuit of Justice: New Directions in Scholarship About the Practice of Law

    No. 1-2

    pp. 167-188

    Bruce A. Kimball

    Young Christopher Langdell, 1826- 1854: The Formation of an Educational Reformer

    No. 1-2

    pp. 189-237

    Curtis Nyquist

    Teaching Wesley Hohfeld's Theory of Legal Relations

    No. 1-2

    pp. 238-257

    Richard H. Seamon, Stephen A. Spitz

    Joint Teaching with a Colleague, forJust a Week or Two

    No. 1-2

    pp. 258-271

    William K. S. Wang

    The Supreme Court's Misplaced Concern with Selective Fairness: Bush v. Gore and Three Analogies to Grading Dilemmas

    No. 1-2

    pp. 272-277

    Laura R. Winer

    Computer- Enhanced Collaborative Drafting in Legal Education

    No. 1-2

    pp. 278-286

    Bobette Wolski

    Why, How, and What to Practice: Integrating Skills Teaching and Learning in the Undergraduate Law Curriculum

    No. 1-2

    pp. 287-302

    Brannon P. Denning

    The Yale Law School Divisional Studies Program, 1954- 1964: An Experiment in Legal Education

    No.3

    pp. 365-396

    Donald E. Lively

    The Provisional Approval Experience: Lessons for Legal Education in Darwinian Times

    No.3

    pp. 397-439

    Eugene Volokh

    Test Suites: A Tool for Improving Student Articles

    No.3

    pp. 440-445

     

    Society of American Law Teachers Statement on the Bar Exam July 2002

    No.3

    pp. 446-452

    Richard A. White

    AALS Survey of Law Schools on Programs and Courses Designed to Enhance Bar Examination Performance

    No.3

    pp. 453-464

    Russell L. Weaver

    A Heroic Law Teacher: Dean Leonard Gering

    No.3

    pp. 466-467

    R. Lawrence Dessem

    U.S. News U.: or, The Fighting Volunteer Hurricanes

    No.3

    pp. 468-470

    Richard J. Peltz

    A Form Letter

    No.3

    pp. 471-472

    Larry Cata Backer

    Defining, Measuring, and Judging Scholarly Productivity: Working Toward a Rigorous and Flexible Approach

    No.3

    pp. 317-341

    Stephen B. Burbank

    Procedure, Politics, and Power

    No.3

    pp. 342-346

    Richard A. Danner

    Electronic Publication of Legal Scholarship: New Issues and New Models

    No.3

    pp. 347-364

    John B. Attanasio

    Out- of- the- Box Dialogs- Foreword

    No.4

    pp. 473-479

    Mary C. Daly

    The Structure of Legal Education and the Legal Profession, Multidisciplinary Practice, Competition, and Globalization

    No.4

    pp. 480-490

    Cruz Reynoso, Cory Anron

    Diversity in Legal Education: A Broader View, a Deeper Commitment

    No.4

    pp. 491-505

    Peter W. Martin

    Information Technology and U.S. Legal Education: Opportunities, Challenges, and Threats

    No.4

    pp. 506-515

    John A. Sebert

    The Cost and Financing of Legal Education

    No.4

    pp. 516-527

    John L. Lahey, Janice C. Griffith

    Recent Trends in Higher Education: Accountability, Efficiency, Technology, and Governance

    No.4

    pp. 528-539

    Douglas L. Colbert

    Broadening Scholarship: Embracing Law Reform and Justice

    No.4

    pp. 540-558

    Tracey E. George, Chris Guthrie

    Joining Forces: The Role of Collaboration in the Development of Legal Thought

    No.4

    pp. 559-582

    Jeffrey Evans Stake

    Making the Grade: Some Principles of Comparative Grading

    No.4

    pp. 583-618

    Eugene Volokh

    Lost Maxims of Equity

    No.4

    pp. 619-619

    Journal of Legal Education, 2003, Vol.53

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Laura J. Cooper

    Teaching ADR in the Workplace Once and Again: A Pedagogical History

    No.1

    pp. 1-32

    J. D. Droddy, C. Scott Peters

    The Effect of Law School on Political Attitudes: Some Evidence from the Class of 2000

    No.1

    pp. 33-47

    Bethany Rubin Henderson

    Asking the Lost Question: What Is the Purpose of Law School?

    No.1

    pp. 48-79

    Susan Hanley Kosse, David T. ButleRitchie

    How Judges, Practitioners, and Legal Writing Teachers Assess the Writing Skills of New Law Graduates: A Comparative Study

    No.1

    pp. 80-102

    George B. Shepherd

    No African- American Lawyers Allowed: The Inefficient Racism of the ABA's Accreditation of Law Schools

    No.1

    pp. 103-156

    Devon W. Carbado, Mitu Gulati

    Tenure

    No.2

    pp. 157-173

    Jon Gould

    It's NotJust for Law School Anymore: Clinical Education on the Death Penalty for Undergraduates

    No.2

    pp. 174-191

    Margaret A. Leary

    Library Support for Faculty Research

    No.2

    pp. 192-198

    Catharine A. MacKinnon

    Mainstreaming Feminism in Legal Education

    No.2

    pp. 199-212

    Paul Wangerin

    Technology in the Service of Tradition: Electronic Lectures and Live- Class Teaching

    No.2

    pp. 213-228

    Linda F. Wightman

    The Consequences of Race- Blindness: Revisiting Prediction Models with Current Law School Data

    No.2

    pp. 229-253

    John C. Kleefeld

    Rethinking "Like a Lawyer": An Incrementalist's Proposal for First- Year Curriculum Reform

    No.2

    pp. 254-266

    Robert J. Morris

    Not Thinking Like a Nonlawyer: Implications of "Recogonization" for Legal Education

    No.2

    pp. 267-283

    Susan P. Liemer

    Many Birds, One Stone: Teaching the Law You Love, in Legal Writing Class

    No.2

    pp. 284-294

    Brian A. Glassman

    I Didn't Take the Road Less Traveled, and What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been

    No.2

    pp. 295-300

    Paul D. Carrington

    On Ranking: A Response to Mitchell Berger

    No.2

    pp. 301-304

    Mitchell Berger

    Comments in Reply

    No.2

    pp. 305-307

    Volokh, Eugene

    Letter to the Editors

    No.2

    pp. 308-308

    Eugene Volokh

    Eugene Volokh Replies

    No.2

    pp. 309-309

    Lee Epstein, Gary King

    Building an Infrastructure for Empirical Research in the Law

    No.3

    pp. 311-320

    Howell E. Jackson

    Analytical Methods for Lawyers

    No.3

    pp. 321-327

    Matthew Spitzer

    Evaluating Valuing Empiricism (at Law Schools)

    No.3

    pp. 328-331

    David E. Van Zandt

    Discipline- Based Faculty

    No.3

    pp. 332-339

    Jayne W. Barnard, Mark Greenspan

    Incremental Bar Admission: Lessons from the Medical Profession

    No.3

    pp. 340-367

    Mark Bartholomew

    Legal Separation: The Relationship Between the Law School and the Central University in the Late Nineteenth Century

    No.3

    pp. 368-403

    Paul D. Carrington

    Incorrect Speech, Incorrect Hearing: A Problem of Postmodern Legal Education

    No.3

    pp. 404-412

    Deborah L. Rhode

    Pro Bono in Principle and in Practice

    No.3

    pp. 413-464

    Kenneth. J. Vandevelde

    Letter to the Editors

    No.3

    pp. 465-465

    George B. Shepherd

    George Shepherd Replies

    No.3

    pp. 466-466

    Rachel F. Moran

    Taking Stock: Women of All Colors in Legal Education

    No.4

    pp. 467-474

    Deborah L. Rhode

    Midcourse Corrections: Women in Legal Education

    No.4

    pp. 475-488

    Deborah Jones Merritt, Barbara F. Reskin

    New Directions for Women in the Legal Academy

    No.4

    pp. 489-495

    Katherine L. Vaughns

    Women of Color in Law Teaching: Shared Identities, Different Experiences

    No.4

    pp. 496-504

    Sari Bashi, Maryana Iskander

    Methodology Matters

    No.4

    pp. 505-514

    Susan Sturm, Lani Guinier

    Learning from Conflict: Reflections on Teaching About Race and Gender

    No.4

    pp. 515-547

    Marina Angel

    Teaching Susan Glaspell's A Jury of Her Peers and Trifles

    No.4

    pp. 548-563

    Judith Resnik

    A Continuous Body: Ongoing Conversations About Women and Legal Education

    No.4

    pp. 564-577

    Ruth Buchanan, Sundhya Pahuja

    Using the Web to Facilitate Active Learning: A Trans- Pacific Seminar on Globalization and the Law

    No.4

    pp. 578-593

    Richard E. Redding

    "Where Did You Go to Law School?" Gatekeeping for the Professoriate and Its Implications for Legal Education

    No.4

    pp. 594-614

    Jon Gould

    It's NotJust for Law School Anymore: Clinical Education on the Death Penalty for Undergraduates

    No.4

    pp. 615-638

    Journal of Legal Education, 2004, Vol.54

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Carrie Menkel-Meadow

    Dispute Resolution: Raising the Bar and Enlarging the Canon

    No.1

    pp. 4-6

    Carrie Menkel-Meadow

    From Legal Disputes to Conflict Resolution and Human Problem Solving: Legal Dispute Resolution in a Multidisciplinary Context

    No.1

    pp. 7-29

    Jennifer Gerarda Brown

    Insights from Economics

    No.1

    pp. 30-33

    Howard Gadlin

    Contributions from the Social Sciences

    No.1

    pp. 34-41

    Chris Guthrie

    Insights from Cognitive Psychology

    No.1

    pp. 42-48

    Nancy A. Welsh

    Remembering the Role ofJustice in Resolution: Insights from Procedural and SocialJustice Theories

    No.1

    pp. 49-59

    Pat K. Chew

    The Pervasiveness of Culture in Conflict

    No.1

    pp. 60-71

    Scott R. Peppet

    ADR Ethics

    No.1

    pp. 72-78

    Leonard L. Riskin

    Mindfulness: Foundational Training for Dispute Resolution

    No.1

    pp. 79-90

    Michael Moffitt

    Lights, Camera, Begin Final Exam: Testing What We Teach in Negotiation Courses

    No.1

    pp. 91-114

    Frank E. A. Sander

    Some Concluding Thoughts

    No.1

    pp. 115-118

    Michael R. Smith

    Alternative Substantive Approaches to Advanced Legal Writing Courses

    No.1

    pp. 119-135

    Monte N. Stewart, H. Dennis Tolley

    Investigating Possible Bias: The American Legal Academy's View of Religiously Affiliated Law Schools

    No.1

    pp. 136-155

    Catherine Valcke

    Global Law Teaching

    No.2

    pp. 160-182

    M. C. Mirow

    Globalizing Property: Incorporating Comparative and International Law into First- Year Property Classes

    No.2

    pp. 183-200

    Jerry L. Anderson

    Law School Enters the Matrix: Teaching Critical Legal Studies

    No.2

    pp. 201-215

    Thomas Hayes

    A Goode Judge Is Hard to Find: An Essay on Legal Realism and Law School Casebooks

    No.2

    pp. 216-222

    Tina L. Stark

    Thinking Like a Deal Lawyer

    No.2

    pp. 223-234

    William R. Slomanson

    State Civil Procedure Plea

    No.2

    pp. 235-241

    Kevin R. Johnson

    Integrating RacialJustice into the Civil Procedure Survey Course

    No.2

    pp. 242-263

    Peter A. Appel

    The Embarrassing Rule Against Perpetuities

    No.2

    pp. 264-282

    Desmond Manderson

    In the Tout Court of Shakespeare: Interdisciplinary Pedagogy in Law

    No.2

    pp. 283-301

    Gary Lawson

    Making Workshops Work

    No.2

    pp. 302-312

    Kathryn R.L. Rand, Steven Andrew Light

    Teaching Race Without a Critical Mass: Reflections on Affirmative Action and the Diversity Rationale

    No.3

    pp. 316-335

    David A. Brennen

    Race and Equality Across the Law School Curriculum: The Law of Tax Exemption

    No.3

    pp. 336-350

    Thomas W. Joo

    Race, Corporate Law, and Shareholder Value

    No.3

    pp. 351-364

    Steven A. Ramirez

    What We Teach When We Teach About Race: The Problem of Law and Pseudo- Economics

    No.3

    pp. 365-379

    Shirley Lung

    Developing a Course on the Rights of Low- Wage Workers

    No.3

    pp. 380-393

    Paul F. Kirgis

    Race, Rankings, and the Part- Time Free Pass

    No.3

    pp. 395-405

    Michael L. Seigel

    On Collegiality

    No.3

    pp. 406-441

    Suzanne Darrow-Kleinhaus

    A Response to the Society of American Law Teachers Statement on the Bar Exam

    No.3

    pp. 442-458

    Richard A. Ippolito

    Performance in Law School: What Matters in the End?

    No.3

    pp. 459-464

    Robert M. Jarvis

    W (h) ine and Roses

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    pp. 465-466

    Stephen M. Feldman

    The Transformation of an Academic Discipline: Law Professors in the Past and Future (or Toy Story Too)

    No.4

    pp. 471-498

    James Boyd White

    Schooling Expectations

    No.4

    pp. 499-503

    Roberta Rosenthal Kwall

    Why Intellectual Property Belongs in the First- Year Property Course

    No.4

    pp. 504-510

    Jennifer B. Wriggins

    Domestic Violence in the First- Year Torts Curriculum

    No.4

    pp. 511-526

    David K. DeWolf

    Teaching Harbeson

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    Douglas R. Haddock

    Collaborative Examinations: A Way to Help Students Learn

    No.4

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    Paul L. Caron, Rafael Gely

    Taking Back the Law School Classroom: Using Technology to Foster Active Student Learning

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    Sarah E. Ricks

    Some Strategies to Teach Reluctant Talkers to Talk About Law

    No.4

    pp. 570-587

    Jane Korn

    Teaching Talking: Oral Communication Skills in a Law Course

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    pp. 588-596

    Steven E. Hendrix

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    Journal of Legal Education, 2005, Vol.55

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    Charles W. Collier

    Affirmative Action and the Decline of Intellectual Culture

    No.1

    pp. 3-15

    Michael A. Olivas

    Law School Admissions After Grutter: Student Bodies, Pipeline Theory, and the River

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    pp. 16-27

    William M. Tabb

    Reflections on Diversity

    No.1

    pp. 28-34

    William C. Banks

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    pp. 35-41

    Stephen Dycus

    The Law Teacher as Peacemaker: National Security in the Classroom

    No.1

    pp. 42-48

    Michael J. Glennon

    Teaching National Security Law

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    pp. 49-56

    Juliette N. Kayyem

    The Other Students: Teaching the "War on Terror" to Nonlawyers

    No.1

    pp. 57-64

    Melissa E. Murray

    "I'd Like to Thank the Academy": Eminem, Duncan Kennedy, and the Limits of Critique

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    pp. 65-79

    Daria Roithmayr

    A Dangerous Supplement

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    pp. 80-93

    Steve Sheppard

    The Ghost in the Law School: How Duncan Kennedy Caught the Hierarchy Zeitgeist but Missed the Point

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    pp. 94-107

    Leslie Bender

    Teaching Torts Stories

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    Ajay K. Mehrotra

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    Thomas Ross

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    Nancy S. Marder

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    Laura S. Underkuffler

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    pp. 319-341

    Roberta Romano

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    pp. 342-359

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    pp. 381-385

    Peter Tiersma

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    pp. 386-400

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    pp. 475-478

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    pp. 479-483

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    pp. 484-487

    Roger Burridge

    Six Propositions for Legal Education in Local and Global Development

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    pp. 488-494

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    pp. 495-499

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    pp. 500-506

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    Special Methods for Educating the Transnational Lawyer

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    pp. 507-513

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    pp. 514-518

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    pp. 519-524

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    pp. 525-527

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    pp. 528-533

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    pp. 534-541

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    Crossing Borders in the Classroom: A Comparative Law Experiment in Family Law

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    pp. 542-559

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    pp. 583-588

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    pp. 589-591

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    Stephen B. Cohen

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    pp. 600-605

    Journal of Legal Education, 2006, Vol.56

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    Kent D. Syverud

    How Deans (and Presidents) Should Quit

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    pp. 3-21

    Barbara J. Cox

    AALS as Creative Problem- Solver: Implementing Bylaw 6- 4 (a) to Prohibit Discrimination on the Basis of Sexual Orientation in Legal Education

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    pp. 22-55

    Jonathan R. Siegel

    A Short Note on the Placement of Adverbs

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    pp. 61-69

    Deborah L. Rhode

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    pp. 86-105

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    The Professional Responsibilities of Law Professors: The Scope of the Duty of Confidentiality, Character and Fitness Questionnaires, and Engagement in Governance

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    Richard Henry Seamon

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    Kenney E. Hegland

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    pp. 190-195

    Jan Klabbers

    Legal Education in the Balance: Accommodating Flexibility

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    pp. 196-200

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    pp. 216-253

    Daniel J. Morrissey

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    pp. 254-280

    Joanne Ingham, Robin A. Boyle

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    pp. 281-295

    Amnon Reichman

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    Martha Nussbaum

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    pp. 320-329

    Stefan H. Krieger

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    pp. 332-355

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    pp. 356-373

    Dennis J. Callahan, Neal Devins

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    pp. 374-387

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    pp. 388-410

    Stephen L. Wasby

    "Why Clerk? What Did I Get Out of It?"

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    pp. 411-429

    Sadiq Reza

    Transnational Criminal Law and Procedure: An Introduction

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    pp. 430-432

    Markus D. Dubber

    Criminal Law in Comparative Context

    No.3

    pp. 433-443

    Ellen S. Podgor

    Incorporating Transnational Law in First Year Criminal Law and Procedure Classes

    No.3

    pp. 444-450

    Christopher Slobogin

    Transnational Law and Regulation of the Police

    No.3

    pp. 451-458

    Stephen C. Thaman

    A Comparative Approach to Teaching Criminal Procedure and its Application to the Post- Investigative Stage

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    pp. 459-476

    Helen Hershkoff

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    pp. 479-501

    Antonio Gidi

    Teaching Comparative Civil Procedure

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    pp. 502-509

    Edward F. Sherman

    Transnational Perspectives Regarding the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

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    pp. 510-523

    Kevin M. Clermont

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    pp. 524-538

    Jerry L. Anderson

    Comparative Perspectives on Property Rights: The Right to Exclude

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    pp. 539-550

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    Torts and Choice of Law: Searching for Principles

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    pp. 551-559

    M. Stuart Madden

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    pp. 560-577

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    pp. 578-595

    Ben W. Heineman

    Law and Leadership

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    pp. 596-614

    James H. Backman

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    No.4

    pp. 615-655

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    pp. 656-665

    Journal of Legal Education, 2007, Vol.57

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    Beth Simone Noveck

    Wikipedia and the Future of Legal Education

    No.1

    pp. 3-9

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    pp. 36-59

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    pp. 60-76

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    pp. 77-101

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    pp. 102-129

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    pp. 159-161

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    pp. 162-171

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    pp. 205-223

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    pp. 237-252

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    Dilemmas of Legal Education: A Comparative Overview

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    pp. 253-265

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    pp. 266-292

    Brian Huddleston

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    pp. 319-348

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    pp. 349-374

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    pp. 375-390

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    pp. 391-422

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    pp. 423-426

    Mark Weisberg, Jean Koh Peters

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    pp. 427-447

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    pp. 467-474

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    pp. 477-520

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    pp. 521-529

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    pp. 530-538

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    pp. 539-561

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    pp. 562-578

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    Bruce A. Kimball, Brian S. Shull

    The Ironical Exclusion of Women from Harvard Law School, 1870- 1900

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    pp. 3-31

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    pp. 32-60

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    pp. 61-78

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    pp. 79-121

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    pp. 122-140

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    pp. 141-146

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    pp. 159-165

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    pp. 245-273

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    pp. 531-532

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    pp. 533-539

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    pp. 540-544

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    pp. 545-562

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    pp. 563-578

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    pp. 3-34

    Martha F. Davis, Bethany Withers

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    Legal Education Reform in China Through U.S.- Inspired Transplants

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    pp. 60-96

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    pp. 97-124

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    pp. 125-130

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    pp. 131-135

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    pp. 136-150

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    pp. 151-157

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    pp. 169-170

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