Friday, March 8, 2019
- ABA Journal, Ahead of the Curve: Law Schools Emphasize Tech Skills, But Is The Job Market Ready?
- ABA Journal, There’s a variety of affordable—or free—ways to teach legal tech, law school librarians say
- Law.com, After Bumpy Starts, Two More Law Schools Win Full ABA Approval
- Benjamin V. Madison III (Regent), New Rubrics Available to Help Law Schools that Have Adopted Learning Outcomes Related to Professional Identity Formation
- MarketWatch, With Their Law School Nearing Collapse, These Students Are Using the Courts to Fight Back
- Derek Muller (Pepperdine), Gaming Out Hein Citation Metrics in a USNWR Rankings System
- Symposium, Legal Education in Twentieth-Century America
Article of the Week: Benjamin V. Madison III (Regent), New Rubrics Available to Help Law Schools that Have Adopted Learning Outcomes Related to Professional Identity Formation
"In short, the law schools that adopted learning outcomes designed to produce lawyers who are not only legal technicians but whole persons are on the right track. The law schools that adopted competencies that go beyond traditional competencies (analytical skill, writing, etc.) showed they believed a complete lawyer needed other competencies to be complete."