Paul L. Caron

Monday, September 29, 2014

How to Build a Better Law Professor

National Law Journal Special Report, How to Build a Better Law Professor:

Book 2A good legal education offers more than an understanding of case law — it provides students with the real-world skills they need to succeed, an appreciation for the role of attorneys in society and the confidence to pursue their career goals. In this special report, we look at a new book [What the Best Law Professors Do (Harvard University Press, 2013)] that identifies the top law teachers in the country and spotlight how some of those honorees approach teaching.

Patti Alleva (North Dakota)
Rory Bahadur (Washburn)
Cary Bricker (McGeorge)
Roberto Corrada (Denver)
Bridget Crawford (Pace)

Meredith Duncan (Houston)
Beth Enos (Lewis & Clark) (retired)
Paula Franzese (Seton Hall)
Steve Friedland (Elon)
Heather Gerken (Yale)
Ingrid Hillinger (Boston College)
Steve Homer (New Mexico)
Don Hornstein (North Carolina)
Nancy Knauer (Temple)
Larry Krieger (Florida State)
Susan Kuo (South Carolina)
Andy Leipold (Illinois)
Nancy Levit (Missouri – Kansas City)
Paula Lustbader (Seattle)
Nelson Miller (Western Michigan - Cooley)
Hiroshi Motomura (UCLA)
Julie Nice (San Francisco)
Philip Prygoski (Western Michigan - Cooley)
Ruthann Robson (CUNY)
Tina Stark (Boston University)
Andy Taslitz (American) (died on Feb. 9)

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