Pragmatic Reform of Legal Education: A Critical Syllabus
Table of Contents
M. Kristine Knapland and Richard H. Sander, The Art and Science of Academic
Support, Journal of Legal Education Vol 45, No. 2 (June 1995), 157-234,
N. Stephen R. Marsh, Critical Reform of Legal Education,
Three Essays (1995). (a large file).
O. Suzette Haden Elgin, Uphill All The Way -- Persuasion in Adverse
Circumstances, reprinted by express permission. [includes resource ordering
information, in duplicate].
P. Julie M. Cheslik, Teaching Assistants: A Study of Their Use in Law School
Research and Writing Programs, Journal of Legal Education, Vol. 44, No. 3
Q. J. M. Feinman, Teaching Assistants, 41 Journal of Legal Education 269-287
(1991).; see also Why Law Teachers Should Teach Undergraduates. Feinman includes
R. Proper Considerations, 1995 edition, etc. (a
S. Class Outline and Syllabus, Orientation to Legal
Practice (Considering Your Options -- Life After Law School).
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