Friday, April 17, 2015
- Inside Higher Ed, Too Rude for Tenure?
- Law Practice Today, Are New Lawyers Ready for the Job?
- Katerina Lewinbuk (South Texas), Hard to Build, But Easy to Destroy?: Will Chaos in Legal Education Lead to Restructuring of Law Schools and Elimination of Faculty Tenure?, 39 J. Legal Prof. 1 (2014)
- Michael Madison (Pittsburgh), Leading New Lawyers: Leadership and Legal Education
- Deborah Jones Merritt (Ohio State), Equating, Scaling, and Civil Procedure
- Jay Mitchell (Stanford), Sketch Pad as Legal Pad: Picturing Corporate Practice
- Naples News Press, Ave Maria School of Law in Naples to Purchase Campus
- Laura Ray (Widener), The Hindrance of a Law Degree': Justice Kagan on Law and Experience, 74 Md. L. Rev. Endnotes 10 (2015)
- David Siegel (New England), The Ambivalent Role of Experiential Learning in American Legal Education and the Problem of Legal Culture
- Ben Spencer (Virginia), Multiple Choice and Formative Assessment
- Aaron Taylor (St. Louis), Suspicious Diversity at Law Schools